Here are all the upcoming historical costume movies and TV shows for fall and winter that 1) have a release date and 2) have a trailer! Unscheduled and further out productions can be found on our Upcoming Movies page.
Indian Summers – September 27
1930s British colonialists in India. Showing on PBS:
A Royal Night Out – October
Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret on VE Day. In US theaters sometime in October.
Legend – October 2
Tom Hardy as identical twin brother gangsters in 1960s London.
Home Fires – October 4
“A group of inspirational women in a rural Cheshire community living in the shadow of World War II.” Airing on PBS.
The Last Kingdom – October 10
TV miniseries set in Anglo-Saxon England. Airing on BBC America.
Crimson Peak – October 16
Gothic Victorian horror.
The Dressmaker – October 22
Kate Winslet, 1950s Australia, sewing machines.
Suffragette – October 23
Carey Mulligan, Meryl Streep, Helena Bonham Carter fighting for women’s suffrage in England.
Jekyll and Hyde – in Los Angeles, October 30
British TV show, supposedly showing just in Los Angeles (huh?) on 10/30. Don’t ask me.
Brooklyn – November 6
An Irish immigrant girl in New York.
Carol – November 20
Cate Blanchett as an older woman who falls in love with a younger woman in the 1950s.
Victor Frankenstein – November 25
Starring Daniel Radcliffe.
The Danish Girl – November 27
Eddie Redmayne as a transgender artist in the 1920s.
Macbeth – December 4
Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard in the Shakespeare play.
In the Heart of the Sea – December 11
AKA Moby Dick.
Which ones are you most excited about?