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The Fall Film Challenge

The STX Fall Film Challenge

The Fall Film Challenge


This fall, STX Films is bringing three new films to theaters, and we're giving Cinemark Movie Rewards members the chance to earn digital downloads of all three films. Read on for tickets for the true-crime caper HUSTLERS, with Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and Cardi B as larcenous strippers, and for sneak peeks at the horror story of COUNTDOWN and police thriller 21 BRIDGES.

Hustlers (September 13)


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Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and a spectacular supporting cast bring a shocking real-life story to the big screen! HUSTLERS is based on Jessica Pressler's 2015 article, "The Hustlers at Scores." It's a true crime tale about several strippers who, during the dark days of the 2008 economic downturn, begin to rob wealthy clients they've met at their club.

Constance Wu plays Roselyn Keo, a single mother who isn't making enough money working a regular job. She turns to exotic dancing, and meets Samantha Barbash (Jennifer Lopez), an experienced dancer. In addition to becoming Keo's mentor, Barbash concocted a plan to bilk clients of their money. The cast also features Cardi B (who appeared on Lopez's single, "Dinero," in 2018) and Lili Reinhart ("Riverdale"), Keke Palmer ("Scream Queens"), Madeline Brewer ("The Handmaid's Tale"), Frank Whaley (SWIMMING WITH SHARKS) Trace Lysette ("Law and Order: Special Victims Unit"), Mette Towley (CATS), and Mercedes Ruehl (THE FISHER KING), with Julia Stiles (SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK) as the journalist who exposes the scam. Check out the trailer!

Countdown (October 25)


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In COUNTDOWN, a young nurse finds a new app that will supposedly tell users exactly when a person is going to die. That seems like playing with fire and, yes, she is told that she'll die in three days. That leaves the marked-for-death caregiver racing to save her own life, even as she is being followed by a mysterious figure.

First-time feature filmmaker Justin Dec writes this algorithmic horror (how does the app know this stuff, anyway?) which stars rising new talent Elizabeth Lail, of Netflix's psychological horror series, "You."

21 Bridges (November 22)

21 Bridges

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BLACK PANTHER himself, Chadwick Boseman, plays a troubled New York City cop in the thriller 21 BRIDGES. Boseman's detective is consumed by the manhunt for two cop killers, who are tied to a city-wide conspiracy. The film primarily takes place over a single night, during which unexpected allegiances and power dynamics are uncovered, as Manhattan is virtually closed off in order to prevent the criminals from escaping.

Irish filmmaker Brian Kirk, who is best-known for directing episodes of HBO's "Game of Thrones," "Boardwalk Empire" and "Luck," directed 21 BRIDGES. The film is produced by two people whose names might be familiar: Anthony and Joe Russo, who directed Marvel movies such as AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR and AVENGERS: ENDGAME. 21 BRIDGES is one of the first efforts from their new production company, and is the product of their continued desire to work with Chadwick Boseman. The Russos are fans of '70s thrillers, and what we've seen from this movie certainly has that vibe. Check out the trailer below!

Calling all Cinemark Movie Rewards members! You are eligible to participate in the Fall Film Challenge to receive digital downloads of all three of these films. Find out More.

Tickets for COUNTDOWN and 21 BRIDGES on sale soon!