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Shia LaBeouf, left, and Michelle Monaghan star as two unsuspecting Americans drawn into a mysterious conspiracy in the DreamWorks thriller "Eagle Eye."

Here is a listing of this year's fall film releases, though these dates are subject to change:

SEPT. 12

BURN AFTER READING — The Coen brothers get less serious with this cheeky crime caper starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney.

THE FLYBOYS — The locally produced adventure film follows two young boys who accidentally stow aboard a mobster's plane.

RIGHTEOUS KILL — Aging New York cops Al Pacino and Robert De Niro try to stop a vigilante killer in this thriller.

TAKE — Utah locations figure prominently in this dramatic thriller, starring Minnie Driver as the mother of a special-needs student.

TYLER PERRY'S THE FAMILY THAT PREYS — The playwright-turned-filmmaker returns with this comedy-drama about infidelity.

THE WOMEN — Meg Ryan stars as a scorned socialite in this remake of the 1939 George Cukor classic.

SEPT. 19

GHOST TOWN — Greg Kinnear gives love advice from beyond the grave — to Ricky Gervais — in this fantasy-comedy.

IGOR — John Cusack voices the title character in this animated feature about the loyal lab assistant.

LAKEVIEW TERRACE — Thriller about an interracial couple (Patrick Wilson and Kerry Washington) confronted with prejudice.

MY BEST FRIEND'S GIRL — Romantic comedy starring Jason Biggs and Dane Cook as friends in love with the same woman.

SEPT. 26

EAGLE EYE — Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan are menaced by a cell-phone caller in this thriller.

FOREVER STRONG — Ryan Little's rugby drama, starring Gary Cole and Sean Astin, is based on a true story.

THE LUCKY ONES — Another Iraq War drama, this one starring Rachel McAdams and Tim Robbins.

MIRACLE AT ST. ANNA'S — Spike Lee's racially charged, World War II drama follows U.S. Army soldiers stuck behind enemy lines.

NIGHTS IN THE RODAN — This adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks best-seller reteams Richard Gere and Diane Lane.

TOWELHEAD — "Six Feet Under" creator Alan Ball adapts the controversial bestseller about the misadventures of an Arab-American teen.

OCT. 3

BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA — Drew Barrymore voices a pampered pooch that may be canine "royalty" in this live-action comedy.

THE DUCHESS — Costume drama starring Keira Knightley as conniving aristocrat Georgiana Cavendish.

FLASH OF GENIUS — Fact-based drama starring Greg Kinnear as an inventor who sued the Detroit auto makers.

HOW TO LOSE FRIENDS AND ALIENATE PEOPLE — Simon Pegg is a British journalist adrift in New York City in this comedy.

NICK AND NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST — Romantic comedy starring Michael Cera and Kat Dennings as lovelorn teens.

OCT. 10

BODY OF LIES — Leonardo Di Caprio and Russell Crowe play a cat-and-mouse spy game in Ridley Scott's latest thriller.

CITY OF EMBER — The creators of "Monster House" return with this fantasy, based on Jeanne Duprau's best-selling book series.

THE EXPRESS — Football drama starring Rob Brown as Heisman Trophy-winning football star Ernie Davis.

QUARANTINE — A television crew is among those people locked inside a quarantined apartment building in this thriller.

OCT. 17

MAX PAYNE — Revenge-thriller based on the hit video game, starring Mark Wahlberg as a DEA agent.

MORNING LIGHT — Documentary feature examining an open-ocean race, from the perspective of the sailors-in-training.

OCT. 24

THE BROTHERS BLOOM — This dark comedy follows con men (Adrien Brody and Mark Ruffalo) whose partnership is tested by a woman.

CHANGELING — Angelina Jolie stars in Clint Eastwood's latest, a period thriller about a possibly unbalanced mother.

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 3: SENIOR YEAR — The singing and dancing teens face an uncertain future in this big-screen musical.

THE PASSENGERS — Anne Hathaway and Patrick Wilson are plane-crash survivors who are still in danger in this thriller.

PRIDE AND GLORY — Crime thriller about a cop (Edward Norton) who uncovers a police corruption scandal.

SAW V — The latest installment in this grisly, hit movie series sees more people falling victim to the Jigsaw killer.

OCT. 31

THE HAUNTING OF MOLLY HARTLEY — Horror film starring Haley Bennett as a teen who's hoping to make it to her 18th birthday.

ZACK AND MIRI MAKE A PORNO — Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks play would-be, adult-film stars in Kevin Smith's latest.

NOV. 7

MADAGASCAR: ESCAPE 2 AFRICA — Ben Stiller and David Schwimmer reprise their voice roles in this sequel to the 2005 animated hit.

ROLE MODELS — Comedy starring Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott as irresponsible and reluctant "Big Brothers."

NOV. 14

QUANTUM OF SOLACE — Daniel Craig returns as in this spy thriller, with 007 trying to stop an environmental terrorist.


APPALOOSA — Ed Harris directed and stars in this Western, based on the well-regarded Robert Parker novel.

ASSASSINATION OF A HIGH SCHOOL PRESIDENT — The Sundance Film Festival hit stars Mischa Barton as a teen who uncovers a conspiracy.

BLINDNESS — Filmmaker Fernando Meirelles returns with this science-fiction about a sight-impairing "epidemic."

CHOKE — Adaptation of author Chuck Palahniuk's darkly comic novel, about a con artist (Sam Rockwell) with serious intimacy issues.

CROSSING OVER — Harrison Ford and Sean Penn head up the ensemble cast of this drama dealing with illegal immigration.

FANBOYS — Devoted Star War-

riors try to "steal" a print of one of George Lucas's "prequel" movies in this road comedy.

RACHEL GETTING MARRIED — Drama starring Anne Hathaway as a drug addict who disrupts her sister's wedding.

RELIGULOUS — "Borat" director Larry Charles and Bill Maher team up for this documentary examining organized religion.

ROCKNROLLA — Guy Richie's long-awaited return to form is a gangster thriller/comedy starring Gerard Butler.

THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES — Dakota Fanning finds refuge with three bee keepers in this adaptation of the best-selling novel.

SEX DRIVE — This raunchy comedy follows a teenager who becomes obsessed with losing his virginity.

W. — Josh Brolin plays George W. Bush in Oliver Stone's film about the current commander-in-chief.

WHAT JUST HAPPENED? — The cast of Barry Levinson's Hollywood satire includes Robert De Niro and Bruce Willis.