Welcome to New Release Rundown. I'm Tony Maccio from Moviefone, and we're running down the most anticipated movies hitting theaters in November 2017.

The month starts with the "Bad Moms" sequel "A Bad Moms Christmas," coming to theaters, while the following Friday features the limited releases of indie darling "Lady Bird," drama "Last Flag Flying," biopic "LBJ" while psychological thriller "The Killing of a Sacred Dear" and Marvel's "Thor: Ragnarok" go nationwide.

November 10th moves along with a limited run of Martin McDonough's "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" and the wide releases of biographical drama "My Friend Dahmer," novel adaptation "Murder on the Orient Express," and comedy sequel "Daddy's Home 2"

Dropping November 17th is the coming-of-age film "Wonder," faith-based animated movie "The Star," drama "Roman J. Israel, Esq" starring Denzel Washington, and DC Entertainment going "all-in" with the big-screen debut of the "Justice League."

The day before Thanksgiving sees the wide release of Pixar's "Coco" as well as the limited releases of holiday film "The Man Who Invented Christmas" and drama "Darkest Hour."

November finishes out on the 24th with the limited release of indie-drama "Call Me by Your Name."

Head over to Moviefone.com to watch the trailers for all the movies we mentioned, plus search showtimes and buy tickets for a theater near you!