This final weekend before the Labor Day weekend summer sendoff, a thriller about a killer dinner party and a drama about a veteran at the end of his rope hit theaters while Sylvester Stallone, Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg star in projects heading directly to streaming services.
This weekend’s new releases include a pulse-pounding thriller that pits a family against a rogue lion and a horror prequel that pits a mother against a murderous woman who is posing as her missing daughter.
This weekend, two new films hit theaters — including an adrenaline-fueled thriller set atop a remote, abandoned radio tower and a comedy in which Diane Keaton plays the unlikeliest of social media influencers — while four new features and one new series hit streaming services.
This weekend, Brad Pitt goes off the rails in theaters while four new features stalk streaming services, including a film that serves as a prologue to the “Predator” franchise.
Movie studios and streaming services open the floodgates on new releases this weekend as we enter the final stretch of summer.
This weekend, filmmaker Jordan Peele reunites with “Get Out” star Daniel Kaluuya in the expansive horror epic “Nope” while directors Anthony and Joe Russo reunite with “Captain America” and “Avengers” star Chris Evans in the action-packed summer blockbuster “The Gray Man.”
This weekend’s new entertainment releases include a dramatic mystery produced by actress Reese Witherspoon and an animated adventure loosely inspired by the 1974 Mel Brooks comedy “Blazing Saddles.”
This weekend, the God of Thunder battles an adorable one-inch-tall shell in theaters while three new entertainment properties premiere on streaming platforms.
This Independence Day holiday weekend will see the return of the incoherent yellow creatures known as the Minions to theaters as well as the streaming debut of a Chris Pratt-led action series and a series centered around one of the most memorable characters to have come out of Disney’s modern catalog of animated films.
Two new movies hit theaters this weekend, including a musical biopic about the king of rock and roll, while Netflix debuts two new entertainment properties.