‘Catching Fire,’ ‘Gravity,’ ‘Wolf of Wall Street': What Are Our Six Most Anticipated Movies of the Fall?

Hollywood just scored its biggest moneymaking summer ever. But it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down as we enter the fall. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will show viewers the further adventures of Jennifer Lawrence‘s plucky Katniss Everdeen — and rake in a cornucopia’s worth of box office dollars. Alfonso Cuaron’s lost in space drama Gravity is drawing major Oscar attention, as is Robert Redford for his turn as a marooned yachtsman in the lost at sea drama All Is Lost. And there are a whole bunch of biopics comings out, from the adrenalized portrait of 1970s racecar drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda, Rush, to Naomi Watts as the late Princess of Wales in Diana, and Leonardo DiCaprio as a highliving stockbroker in The Wolf of Wall Street

Hollywood.com’s Christian Blauvelt sat down with CBS 2’s Dana Tyler on Eye on New York to discuss these movies and help you decide what to see. Check out his Fall Movie Preview above or at Eye on New York‘s website here.

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Editor/Interactive Content Director Christian Blauvelt is Hollywood.com’s expert for all things geek. Can’t tell the difference between a Kowakian monkey lizard and a Krayt dragon? Don’t know whether to order a raktajino or a Romulan Ale from your Ferengi barman? He’s your geek! This knowledge was acquired over many years of rigorous training during his youth on the swamp planet St. Petersburg, FL. Think of him like Channing Tatum in Magic Mike but with entertainment journalism in place of the custom furniture ambitions and minus the washboard abs. A stint on the ice planet Hoth (Northwestern University) finally led to him coming to Coruscant (New York City), where he helps share his knowledge with you all. He will desperately try to avoid puns like, "Set phasers for phun!"