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From Mulan to The New Mutants: The movies released in September

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All the movies coming out in September (Picture: Disney)

With lockdown easing around the world, movies have been slowly premiering in cinemas and online much to everyone’s delight and this September has some great releases, including the highly-anticipated Mulan as well as The New Mutants.

Tenet was recently released in the UK to some great reviews after its release date was pushed back several times due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Meanwhile, Netflix and Disney are coming through with fresh originals to keep us entertained throughout the month.

Here’s everything coming out in September 2020 that you need to know about:

I’m Thinking of Ending Things (Netflix)

The horror/drama is coming to Netflix on September 4 and will have us hiding behind our sofas.

According to the synopsis, the story follows a young woman who travels with her new boyfriend to his parents’ secluded farm.

Upon arriving, she comes to question everything she thought she knew about him, and herself.

I’m Thinking Of Ending Things stars Chernobyl’s Jessie Buckley and Fargo’s Jesse Plemons.

Mulan (Disney Plus)

Ever since the trailer dropped early this year, we’ve been impatiently waiting for the live-action remake of Mulan.

No, there’s no Mushu or singing in this version but we’ll do our best to not cry.

Due to the pandemic, Mulan will be released on Disney Plus on September 4 instead.

If you don’t have a Disney Plus account, steal your friends password or cough up the £5.99 to tune in.

The New Mutants (cinema)

The New Mutants is already out in the US but will be released in the UK on September 4.

That day is packed, huh?

The movie follows five young mutants who are discovering their abilities while held in a secret facility against their will.

Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams stars in the film alongside Stranger Things’ Charlie Heaton.

The Devil All The Time (Netflix)

Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson working side-by-side is everything we always wanted.

The Devil All The Time has an all-star cast, including Bill Skarsgard, Riley Keough and Sebastian Stan.

According to the synopsis, the film follows a young man devoted to protecting those he loves in a postwar backwoods town teeming with corruption and brutality.

The Devil All The Time is released on Netflix on September 16.

Bill and Ted Face the Music (cinemas)

Bill and Ted Face the Music is the sequel we knew we needed.

It’s been a whopping 29 years since we saw Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves in the stoner-comedy and we’re ready for the release.

The film premieres on September 16 but is already out in the US in theatres and VOD.

Enola Holmes (Netflix)

Enola Holmes is all about Sherlock Holmes’ little sister and we’re already invested.

‘While searching for her missing mother, intrepid teen Enola Holmes uses her sleuthing skills to outsmart big brother Sherlock and help a runaway lord,’ the synopsis reads.

And it stars Millie Bobby Brown. Stranger things have happened, right?

It also stars The Witcher’s Henry Cavill as Sherlock and The Crown’s Helena Bonham Carter as Mrs. Holmes.

Enola Holmes is released on September 23 on Netflix.

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