From Don’t Worry Darling to Ticket to Paradise: What’s on in cinemas in September 2022?

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1 Sep 2022, 15:58

(L-R) Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in Don't Worry Darling, and Julia Roberts and George Clooney in Ticket to Paradise

Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures / Universal Pictures

The kids are back in school, the weather is turning colder and we’re after more entertainment to keep us occupied as the autumn season rolls in. 

It’s almost important to note we’re in full film-festival swing, with Venice, Toronto and London taking place in September and October, and the Oscars race will no doubt kick off soon, so there’s lots on the menu to choose from. 

Here is the list of what is coming out in cinemas in September 2022: 

Three Thousand Years of Longing - 2nd September 

Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton star in this fantasy drama, which takes its inspiration from some familiar fairy tales. 

Tilda plays Dr Alithea Binnie, whose trip to Istanbul takes an interesting turn when she buys an antique bottle which has a Djinn (or genie) inside. 

Romance, mystery and fantasy all combine for this drama, which had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May. 

The Forgiven - 2nd September 

Based on the 2012 novel of the same name, The Forgiven stars Ralph Fiennes, Jessica Chastain as a married couple who travel to Morocco in an effort to help save their relationship. 

Things go from bad to worse when the dream trip turns into a nightmare when the couple accidentally kill a young man. 

Matt Smith, Caleb Landry Jones and Christopher Abbott also star in the drama.

Tomorrow Morning - 6th September 

Time for a musical now, and fresh off of Broadway is Tomorrow Morning. 

The film follows two different couples going through two different times in their lives together, as one is getting married and the other is getting a divorce.

Joan Collins, Samantha Banks and Omid Djalili star in the all-singing-all-dancing comedy-drama. 

See How They Run - 9th September 

Period drama See How They Run is set in London’s West End in the 1950s, where plans for a smash-hit play come to a grinding halt when a crucial member of the crew is murdered. 

Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan star as Inspector Stoppard and Constable Stalker, who find themselves thrown into the case within an glamorous old theatre with a cast of suspicious characters. 

Adrien Brody, David Oyelowo, Ruth Wilson also appear in the star-studded cast. 

Ticket to Paradise - 16th September 

It’s a rom-com reunion for George Clooney and Julia Roberts in Ticket to Paradise. 

The Ocean’s Eleven co-stars are back playing warring exes, who find themselves on a shared mission to stop their love-struck daughter from making the same mistake they once made. 

Ticket to Paradise marks their first official romantic comedy in over a decade, with Roberts’ last proper rom-com in 2011 with Larry Crowe, while George got his start with 1996’s One Fine Day.

Don’t Worry Darling - 23rd September

Harry Styles will flex his acting chops once again in Don’t Worry Darling

The As It Was singer stars alongside Florence Pugh in the psychological thriller, which is directed by Olivia Wilde. 

Harry and Florence play 1950s couple Jack and Alice Chambers, who live in the model community of Victory, but as they explore the company's Victory Project, Alice becomes aware of the horrifying realities behind the picket-fence suburban life.

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris - 30th September 

Time for some feel-good fun with Mrs Harris Goes To Paris.

Lesley Manville plays a widowed cleaning lady in 1950’s London, who falls madly in love with a Dior dress, and decides she must own one herself. 

Jason Isaacs, Lucas Bravo and Isabelle Huppert also star in the historical comedy-drama.