First up, Everest, with Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, Keira Knightley, and Jake Gyllenhaal, opens on November 3. The film is based on the true events of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster where climbers got trapped by a devastating storm. Could be a good one to catch in IMAX.
On November 4, the second film in the post-apocalyptic, young adult series, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials opens. The film has been received poorly, but might be worth checking out if you liked the first movie or the books.
A couple of days later, The Peanuts Movie comes out. That's right, Snoopy and Charlie Brown are getting their big screen moment. So far, reviews from early screenings in the US sound promising. Look for it in theaters on November 6.
Bond 24, Spectre, arrives on Friday, November 13. After the success of Skyfall, Sam Mendez is back in the director's chair for a story that pits Bond against terrorist organization Spectre, which is often considered to be Bond's greatest adversary.
Hunger Games/Jennifer Lawrence fans, heads up, Mockingjay - Part 2 hits theaters the same day it does in the US on November 20.
Finally, The Martian, starring Matt Damon is getting released on November 25. The film has already made over 428 million USD worldwide with rave reviews from audiences and critics, and it is the first Ridley Scott film since American Gangster that doesn't suck. Yeah, it's been a while.
You can also still catch Ant-Man in theaters now; it's been blowing up China's box office.