Earlier this year I previewed some of this fall's movie schedule, so consider this a sort of part two. Here are some more big films set to hit theaters through the end of 2019.

Midway (Nov. 8)

One of the most critical battles in World War II's Pacific Theatre will be portrayed once again on the big screen in "Midway." This will be the second feature on the battle, as it was featured in another movie of the same name, 1976's "Midway."

The movie is helmed by Roland Emmerich, who's previously directed "Independence Day," "The Patriot" and "The Day After Tomorrow." The picture stars Golden Globe nominees Aaron Eckhart, Dennis Quaid and Patrick Wilson, as well as Academy Award nominee Woody Harrelson.

The Good Liar (Nov. 15)

A mid-November release, "The Good Liar" is a crime drama featuring a long-time con artist, played by Ian McKellen, who's trying to steal money from a rich widow, portrayed by Helen Mirren. However, as time goes on, the con artist begins to have feelings for her.

Knives Out (Nov. 29)

Rian Johnson, who directed "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," is returning to the big screen with a movie featuring elements of both a drama and a comedy. The film features a dysfunctional family under investigation for the death of a relative at what was supposed to be a reunion. As a "who-done-it" type of story, everyone becomes suspect.

The film's cast includes Golden Globe winners Don Johnson and Jamie Lee Curtis, Oscar nominees Michael Shannon and Toni Collette and Academy Award winner Christopher Plummer. The movie also features Chris Evans and Daniel Craig

Jumanji: The Next Level (Dec. 13)

A follow-up to the 2017 box office hit, "Jumanji: The Next Level" once again brings a group of characters into the jungle themed game. Like in the 2017 picture, this Jumanji is a video game, rather than a board game like the original 90s flick.

Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan all return as "avatars" in the game for the group of characters who are playing Jumanji.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Dec. 20)

Expected to be the grand finale of the series that began with the original in 1977 and story wise the climax to the saga that started with "The Phantom Menace," "Rise of Skywalker" will complete the most recent trilogy. Like 2015's "The Force Awakens," "Rise of Skywalker" will be directed by J.J. Abrams.

Following the events of the 2017 film, "Rise of Skywalker" will feature the final conflict between the Resistance and the First Order as well as the culmination of the battle between the Jedi and the Sith. The new Jedi Rey (Daisy Ridley), the former Stormtrooper Finn (John Boyega) and the X-Wing pilot Poe (Oscar Isaac) all return for the finale.

Bombshell (Dec. 20)

The Roger Ailes scandal that rocked Fox News will be documented for the second time in 2019, this time on the big screen. A Showtime mini-series was released earlier this year, which covered more of Ailes' career in forming Fox News. However, this movie appears to focus more on the sexual abuse allegations made against him.

Academy Award winners Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman star as Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson respectively, while Oscar nominee John Lithgow will portray Ailes. Oscar nominee Margot Robbie is also in the cast, portraying a fictionalized character based on several real people. Jay Roach, who helmed 2015's drama "Trumbo," directs.

Little Women (Dec. 27)

Based on the book of the same name, "Little Women" is actually the seventh adaptation of this story, with other films coming out in 1917, 1918, 1933, 1949, 1978 and 1994. As with previous adaptations, the movie again tells the story of a group of sisters growing up in the years following the American Civil War.