Here are some previews of upcoming fall movies by The Early Show entertainment contributor Laurie Hibberd:
Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow
Gwyneth Paltrow, Jude Law, and Angelina Jolie team up to save the planet in "Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow."
Jude law also stars as a womanizer questioning his philandering ways in an update of the '60s classic "Alfie."
I Heart Huckabee
And the very busy Law joins Naomi Watts, Lily Tomlin, and Dustin Hoffman in the ensemble comedy "I Heart Huckabee."
Joaquin Phoenix and John Travolta play firefighters mixing heroism with family life in "Ladder 49."
Bernie Mac is an egotistical baseball player who comes out of retirement when a statistics error reveals he really isn't "Mr 3000."
Friday Night Lights
Billy Bob Thornton plays a high school football coach in "Friday Night Lights."
Julianne Moore stars as a mother who's told her deceased son never existed in the psychological thriller "The Forgotten."
Sarah Michelle Gellar battles her own demons in the horror film "The Grudge."
Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon lighten things up in the comedy "Taxi."
After The Sunset
Pierce Brosnan and Salma Hayek get romantic in "After The Sunset."
Team America: World Police
The creators of "South Park" return to the big screen with the R-rated tale of marionettes who save the world in "Team America: World Police."
Animation makes a big splash this fall, starting on Oct. 1 with "Shark Tale."
On Nov. 5, Disney and Pixar team up for their latest "The Incredibles."
The Polar Express
Five days later, Tom Hanks and director Robert Zemeckis release their third big screen collaboration, an animated adaptation of the holiday children's book "The Polar Express."
The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
On Nov. 19, Nickelodeon favorite "Spongebob Squarepants" jumps to the big screen.
Christmas With The Kranks
"Christmas with the Kranks" is based on John Grisham's novel "Skipping Christmas." The film stars Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis as a couple trying to ignore the holidays.
Ben Affleck plays a lonely man who rents a family for the holidays in the comedy "Surviving Christmas."
It may be a little early to think about the holiday season, but it's never too soon to think about awards season. Jamie Foxx is already getting Oscar buzz for his portrayal of Ray Charles in "Ray."
Head In The Clouds
Reigning best actress Charlize Theron follows up her award with the World War II drama "Head In The Cloud."
Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason
Best supporting actress Renee Zelwegger returns to the role that gave her the first of three consecutive Oscar nominations in "Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason."
Johnny Depp looks to get his second best actor nomination with "Finding Neverland."
Liam Neeson stars as a pioneering sexuality researcher in "Kinsey", also starring Laura Linney.
And Colin Farrell stars as one of the greatest conquerors of all time in three-time Academy Award winner Oliver Stone's epic, "Alexander."