Fall Movie Previews

Fall Movies
Most of the summer blockbusters have come and gone, and Hollywood now focuses its attention on the less costly fall film season.

The Early Show Entertainment Contributor and People magazine Senior Editor Jess Cagle will give a preview Friday of what looks to be the biggest and the best in the Weekend Marquee series.

Cagle says the films may be smaller, but the stars are just as big. This fall there seems to be something for everyone.

Intolerable Cruelty
George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones team up for the Coen Brother's romantic comedy, "Intolerable Cruelty."

The Duplex
Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore play New York homeowners who plot to get rid of their elderly tenant in "The Duplex."

Runaway Jury
An all-star cast including Gene Hackman, Dustin Hoffman and John Cusack bring John Grisham's best-selling novel "Runaway Jury" to the big screen.

Looney Tunes Back in Action
Animated all-stars Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Wyle E. Coyote team up to help Brendan Fraser and Jenna Elfman save the world from Steve Martin in "Looney Tunes Back in Action."

Once Upon a Time in Mexico
Antonio Banderas and Johnny Depp star in "Once Upon a Time in Mexico," the final chapter in director Robert Rodriguez's "El Mariachi" trilogy.

The Fighting Temptations
In "The Fighting Temptations," Cuba Gooding plays a man who must create a successful gospel choir in order to collect an inheritance. He gets some help from pop star Beyoncé Knowles.

The Rundown
The Rock plays a bounty hunter tracking down a renegade, played by "American Pie's" Seann William Scott, in "The Rundown."

The School Of Rock
Jack Black plays a frustrated musician who poses as a substitute teacher and forms a fifth-grade rock band in "The School of Rock."

Former Saturday Night live star Will Ferrell plays a man raised by elves who sets out to find his roots in "Elf."

Scary Movie 3
Get ready for a third go-round of horror movie spoofs with "Scary Movie 3."

Texas Chainsaw Massacre
There's a remake of the horror classic "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" for some real scares.

Oscar-winner Halle Berry stars in the thriller "Gothika."

Out of Time
Denzel Washington plays a police chief who gets caught up in a web of his own lies in "Out of Time."

Under the Tuscan Sun
Diane Lane escapes her past and finds her future in "Under the Tuscan Sun."

Kill Bill
"Kill Bill: Volume One" reunites Uma Thurman with writer-director Quentin Tarantino. "Pulp Fiction" won him an Oscar and her a nomination.

Human Stain
This year's best actress winner, Nicole Kidman, teams up with Oscar-winner Anthony Hopkins and nominees Ed Harris and Gary Sinise for "The Human Stain."

Mystic River
Clint Eastwood stays behind the camera and directs "Mystic River." He leaves the performances to Sean Penn, Tim Robbins and Kevin Bacon.

Veronica Guerin
Cate Blanchett stars as a journalist investigating Irish drug lords in "Veronica Guerin."

Master and Commander
Russell Crowe follows up his 2001 Oscar with the high seas epic "Master and Commander."

Matrix Revolutions
And Nov. 5 brings the final chapter in "The Matrix" trilogy — " Matrix Revolutions."