New Movies In Theaters (11-2)

2 November, 2018 at 6:20 am

“Bohemian Rhapsody” (PG-13)

Rami Malek stars as Queen singer Freddie Mercury. The movie covers how he met Brian May and Roger Taylor, renamed the band, and became the rock legend who wrote many of their biggest hits before ultimately dying from AIDS in November of 1991.
Brian May taught a few guitar licks to British actor Gwilym Lee, the guy who plays him. Brian says, quote, “The four guys who play us are phenomenal. They completely lived it. They became us. It just sends shivers up your spine.”

“The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” (PG)

An action adventure twist on the classic “Nutcracker” fairytale. Mackenzie Foy is Clara, a young girl who travels to a parallel world where three of the realms are at war with a fourth realm, which is ruled by an evil Helen Mirren.
Morgan Freeman plays Clara’s godfather, and Keira Knightley is the Sugar Plum Fairy. You know Mackenzie Foy as Renesmee Cullen, Edward and Bella’s daughter in the “Twilight: Breaking Dawn” movies.

“Nobody’s Fool” (R)

When Tiffany Haddish gets out of prison and finds out that her sister has been catfished by someone, the two of them decide to track him down and get their revenge. Tika Sumpter plays her sister, and Whoopi Goldberg is their mom.
It was written and directed by Tyler Perry and it’s his first R-rated movie. Amber Riley from “Glee” and Omari Hardwick from “Power” are also in it.

New Movies In Theaters (10/26)

26 October, 2018 at 6:23 am

“Hunter Killer” (R)

Gerard Butler is a submarine captain working with an enemy sub captain to rescue the Russian president before the guy who overthrew him can draw the U.S. into a war with Russia. The rest of the cast includes Common, Linda Cardellini, and Gary Oldman.

“Johnny English Strikes Again” (PG)

Rowan Atkinson returns as British agent Johnny English, who is forced to come out of retirement after a cyber attack reveals the identities of all the active MI7 agents. Emma Thompson plays the Prime Minister and Olga Kurylenko is in it as a Russian agent.

“Mid90s” (R)

Jonah Hill directed this coming-of-age movie about a 13-year-old who makes friends with older skateboarders as a way to escape the abuse of his older brother at home.

“Indivisible” (PG-13)

Justin Bruening and Sarah Drew move their family of five onto a military base just before he’s deployed for his first tour of Iraq, to serve as the base chaplain for 15 months during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

New Movies In Theaters (10/19)

19 October, 2018 at 6:33 am

“Halloween” (R)

The new movie ignores the other sequels and focuses on Michael Myers’ first target, Jamie Lee Curtis. She’s spent the past four decades preparing herself and her heavily fortified house for his return and their final confrontation.
He’s been locked up at the sanitarium for the past 40 years, but escapes in a bus crash after a couple of journalists taunt him with his old mask to try to get a story out of him. After retrieving his mask, he goes on a major killing spree on Halloween night.
Laurie Strode is a badass grandmother now, who’s been training herself to defend her family in the hopes of finally killing her brother. Judy Greer plays her daughter Karen, and a relatively unknown actress named Andi Matichak is her granddaughter Allyson.

“The Hate U Give” (PG-13)

Amandla Stenberg from “The Hunger Games” plays a teenager dealing with the aftermath of a shooting where she was the passenger in a traffic stop when a white cop killed her best friend . . . after mistaking his hairbrush for a gun.

New Movies In Theaters (10/12)

12 October, 2018 at 6:40 am

“First Man” (PG-13)

Ryan Gosling plays astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the Moon, in a movie about his life in the years leading up to his Apollo 11 mission. Claire Foy from “The Crown” plays his wife June.
Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins were the other members of Apollo 11 crew. Corey Stoll plays Aldrin, the second guy on the moon. And Lukas Haas is Collins, the pilot who stayed in orbit and never got to step foot on the lunar surface.

“Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween” (PG)

Jack Black is back as “Goosebumps” author R.L. Stine. When two kids find an old manuscript of his at an abandoned house, they accidently release the evil ventriloquist’s dummy Slappy from its pages. And they need Stine’s help to stop Slappy from destroying the town as he releases more and more Halloween monsters.

“Bad Times at the El Royale” (R)

It’s a thriller about strangers who meet at a seedy hotel straddling the California – Nevada border in Lake Tahoe in the 1960s. Jeff Bridges checks in as a priest on the run from the law, Jon Hamm stumbles across secret corridors with one-way mirrors, and Dakota Johnson is trying to protect her sister from cult leader Chris Hemsworth.
Bill Pullman’s son Lewis Pullman is the mild-mannered hotel concierge, and the rest of the cast includes Nick Offerman, and Broadway singer Cynthia Erivo.

New Movies In Theaters (10/5)

5 October, 2018 at 6:23 am

“A Star Is Born” (R)

Lady Gaga is an unknown songwriter who falls in love with Bradley Cooper. He’s an aging rock star who mentors her, but then struggles with his anger and his drinking after her career outshines his own. Bradley directed it and also did all of his own singing.
The rest of the cast includes Andrew Dice Clay as Gaga’s dad, Sam Elliott as Bradley’s older brother and manager, and Dave Chappelle as his trusted friend. Cooper also co-wrote the screenplay, which is the third remake of “A Star Is Born”.
The original was made in 1937. It didn’t star anyone you’re likely to know, but it took home the Best Writing Oscar. It was remade in 1954 with Judy Garland and James Mason, and again in 1976 with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson.
The Streisand version won an Oscar for Best Original Song for “Evergreen”. The breakout song from this year’s Lady Gaga remake is called “Shallow”.

“Venom” (PG-13)

Tom Hardy is Eddie Brock, a reporter investigating a billionaire whose company is killing homeless people while conducting illegal tests on alien parasites called symbiotes. And when Brock bonds with one, he becomes the Marvel anti-hero Venom.
Michelle Williams plays his fiancée, Riz Ahmed is the billionaire villain, and Jenny Slate is the scientist who blows the whistle on Ahmed’s lethal human experiments.
(Spoiler) Woody Harrelson has a cameo in a mid-credits scene as serial killer Cletus Kasady, who “Venom” fans know as the guy who becomes Carnage, Venom’s nemesis.

“The Hate U Give”

Amandla Stenberg stars as a teenager dealing with the aftermath of a shooting where a white cop killed her best friend in front of her after mistaking his hairbrush for a gun.

“Loving Pablo”

Javier Bardem stars as Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, Penelope Cruz as his lover, anchorwoman Virginia Vallejo, and Peter Sarsgaard as a DEA agent trying to take Escobar down. It’s rated R. (Trailer)

“Studio 54”

A compelling documentary where Ian Schrager talks on camera for the first time about partnering with Steve Rubell to open the club in 1977, describes its rise and fall, and how Ian was sentenced to prison for tax evasion in 1980.

New Movies In Theaters (9/28)

28 September, 2018 at 6:38 am

“Night School” (PG-13)

Kevin Hart plays a high school dropout who loses his job, and then can’t find decent work anywhere unless he first goes back for his GED. Tiffany Haddish is his night school instructor, and “SNL’s” Taran Killam is the jive-talking school principal.
The rest of the cast includes Fat Joe, Rob Riggle, Mary Lynn Rajskub from “24”, Romany Malco from “A Million Little Things”, and Al Madrigal from Showtime’s “I’m Dying Up Here” as Kevin’s classmates.
It’s directed by Malcolm D. Lee, the guy who did “Girls Trip”.

“Smallfoot” (PG)

An animated movie starring Channing Tatum as a yeti who has a brief encounter with a human, but no one believes him. So he decides to leave the safety of his mountain to prove that they exist. James Corden is the “smallfoot.”
The rest of the cast includes Zendaya, Common, LeBron James, Gina Rodriguez, Danny DeVito, and Yara Shahidi from “Black-ish”.

“Hell Fest” (R)

When a masked serial killer attacks a horror-themed amusement park, most of the idiots in the audience think it’s all part of the show. It stars Bex Taylor-Klaus from “Scream”, Reign Edwards from “Snowfall”, and Amy Forsyth from “Rise”.

“Little Women” (PG-13)

A modern retelling of the classic Louisa May Alcott novel. It stars Melanie Stone, Sarah Davenport, Allie Jennings, and Elise Jones as sisters Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March. And “Back to the Future’s” Lea Thompson plays their mom.

New Movies In Theaters (9/21)

21 September, 2018 at 6:40 am

“The House with a Clock in Its Walls” (PG)

Jack Black teaches magic to his recently orphaned nephew and then has to enlist his help in defending the world from a dark wizard who left a doomsday clock in their home. Cate Blanchett is a witch fighting alongside them and Kyle McLachlan is the villain.

“Life Itself” (R)

This movie spans multiple generations, starting with Oscar Isaac dating Olivia Wilde, and eventually proposing to her. Olivia Cooke from “Ready Player One” and “Bates Motel” plays their grown-up daughter. And Mandy Patinkin plays Oscar Isaac’s father.
Antonio Banderas, and Annette Bening are also in it. The movie was written and directed by “This Is Us” creator Dan Fogelman.

“Assassination Nation” (R) Trailer

Odessa Young, Suki Waterhouse, R&B singer ABRA, and transgender model Hari Nef are four high school girls fighting to survive a wave of “Purge”-like chaos that erupts after a massive internet hack exposes all of their small town’s dirty secrets.
The extremely violent movie confronts a lot of sensitive issues like gun violence, bullying, homophobia, transphobia, racism, and drugs, alcohol, and sexual abuse.
“Variety” also reported yesterday that the movie was having trouble placing ads online and getting billboard ad space because of its controversial content.

New In Theaters (9/14)

14 September, 2018 at 6:12 am

“The Predator” (R)

Boyd Holbrook from “Narcos” plays a sniper who pulls a predator’s helmet from the wreckage of a crash site in Mexico and mails it back home to his autistic son. The kid is played by Jacob Tremblay from “Wonder” and “Room”.
Sterling K. Brown is a government agent covering it up the existence of the aliens, and Olivia Munn is a biologist recruited to study the predators.
Unfortunately, her character was introduced in the scene that was cut to remove a sex offender from the cast, and some people say that edit hurt her character development.
The rest of the cast includes Keegan-Michael Key, Thomas Jane, Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy) from “Game of Thrones”, and Jake Busey . . . whose presence serves as a tie-in to his dad’s NSA character from “Predator 2”.
The franchise reboot is directed by “Iron Man 3” director Shane Black. Some of you may remember him as Hawkins, the predator’s first victim in the first “Predator” movie.

“A Simple Favor” (R)

Anna Kendrick stars in this thriller about a woman trying to figure out what happened to her best friend after she disappears and is presumed dead. Blake Lively plays her missing friend and “Crazy Rich Asians” star Henry Golding is Blake’s husband.

“White Boy Rick” (R)

A guy named Richie Merritt is the FBI’s youngest informant, a 14-year-old drug dealer who works with the Feds to try to keep his dad out of jail. Jennifer Jason Leigh is one of the FBI agents, and Matthew McConaughey plays his gun-running dad.
It’s based on a true story. The kid got busted and was sentenced to life in prison at the age of 17 after the FBI disavowed any knowledge of his informant activities.

“Unbroken: Path to Redemption” (PG-13)

This is sort of a sequel to the World War II movie “Unbroken”. It focuses on how Olympic runner Louis Zamperini coped with his PTSD by immersing himself in religion after surviving being tortured in a Japanese POW camp.
Unlike the first movie, it’s not directed by Angelina Jolie, and none of the original cast is back. This one stars a guy named Samuel Hunt, who you might recognize from “Chicago PD”.

New Movies In Theaters (9/7)

7 September, 2018 at 6:16 am

“The Nun” (R)

This movie is in the same universe as the “Conjuring” and “Annabelle” movies and acts as another prequel to both. This one’s set in 1952, and tells the origin of the evil nun character that attacked the Warren family in the second “Conjuring” movie.
The Vatican sends a priest and a novitiate nun who hasn’t taken her final vows yet to investigate the suicide of a young nun at a remote abbey in Romania. And then they find out the abbey is under attack by the demonic nun you know from “The Conjuring 2”.
It stars Taissa Farmiga from “American Horror Story”, and Mexican-American actor Demian Bichir from “Weeds” and “The Bridge”.

“Peppermint” (R)

Jennifer Garner wakes up from a coma to learn that her husband and daughter were murdered by a local drug lord. But when a corrupt justice system fails to bring their killers to justice she spends the next five years plotting her own revenge.

“God Bless the Broken Road” (PG)

A Christian-based movie about a young mother who loses her husband in Afghanistan and then has to raise their daughter alone. It’s directed by the guy who did “God’s Not Dead”.

New Movies In Theaters (8/31)

31 August, 2018 at 5:57 am

“Kin” (PG-13)

Jack Reynor from “Transformers: Age of Extinction” is an ex-con who goes on the run with his 14-year-old brother after the kid finds a mysterious weapon amongst the dead bodies of some futuristic soldiers in an abandoned building.
James Franco is the drug dealer who’s after them, and Zoe Kravitz plays a stripper with a heart of gold that they meet halfway through the movie when the kid has to pull out the weapon to save his brother at a strip club.
Dennis Quaid is in it as the boys’ father. And Michael B. Jordan from “Creed” also has a cameo at the end of the movie.

“Operation Finale” (PG-13) (Opened Wednesday)

Oscar Isaac leads a team of Mossad agents to Argentina to find a Nazi fugitive played by Ben Kingsley. Their mission is to grab him and return him to Israel to stand trial for his war crimes during the Holocaust. Nick Kroll is also in it as one of the Israelis.

New Movies In Theaters (8/24)

24 August, 2018 at 6:20 am

“The Happytime Murders” (R)

It’s a raunchy buddy cop comedy set in a world where humans and puppets co-exist. After the puppet cast of an ’80s children’s show starts getting killed off, one by one, Melissa McCarthy teams up with her old LAPD puppet partner to solve the murders.
He’s voiced by Bill Barretta, the guy who does Swedish Chef, Pepe the Prawn, and Rowlf the Dog in the Muppet movies. Maya Rudolph plays his human secretary, Elizabeth Banks is his stripper ex-girlfriend, and Joel McHale is an FBI agent.

“A.X.L.” (PG)

A robot dog developed to protect soldiers on the battlefield is discovered by a random guy in the desert, who becomes its new owner and helps its A.I. evolve. It stars Alex Neustaedter from “Colony” as the guy who bonds with the robot, and Becky G as his love interest helping to hide the dog from the people who created it.

New Movies In Theaters (8-17)

17 August, 2018 at 6:15 am

“Mile 22” (R)

Mark Wahlberg leads a black ops team on a mission to escort a foreign agent through 22 miles of enemy territory. He knows the location of stolen nuclear materials, but they have to reach the airport and get him out of the country before he’ll serve it up.
Indonesian martial arts expert Iko Uwais from the “Raid” movies is the badass spy they’re protecting. Wahlberg’s team includes Ronda Rousey, and Lauren Cohen from “The Walking Dead” . . . and John Malkovich is their CIA handler.

“Crazy Rich Asians” (PG-13)

Constance Wu from “Fresh Off the Boat” plays an NYU professor who travels to Singapore with her boyfriend to attend a wedding and meet his family for the first time.
Henry Golding plays her boyfriend, and Michelle Yeoh plays his disapproving mother. Ken Jeong and Awkwafina are also in it as Constance’s friends.

“Alpha” (PG-13)

Kodi Smit-McPhee stars in this story of how the wolf was first tamed to become man’s best friend. It’s set 20,000 years ago during the Ice Age.
He plays an injured hunter trying to survive alone in the wilderness. He’s attacked by a pack of wolves and wounds one of them. But instead of killing it, he makes friends, and they learn to rely on each other to get back to his tribe before the harsh winter storms.

New Movies In Theaters (8/10)

10 August, 2018 at 6:14 am

Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman” (R)

Denzel Washington’s son . . . John David Washington . . . plays an African American police officer who infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan and becomes the head of a local Colorado chapter in the ’70s. It’s based on the real life of Detective Ron Stallworth.
Adam Driver plays the white undercover cop he sent to attend the actual meetings for him and Topher Grace is the Klan’s “Grand Wizard,” David Duke.
The rest of the cast includes Alec Baldwin, and Corey Hawkins from “Straight Outta Compton” and “24: Legacy” as civil rights leader Kwame Ture.

“The Meg” (PG-13)

Jason Statham from the “Expendables” movies stars in this giant prehistoric shark movie. He plays an expert deep sea rescue diver recruited to rescue the crew of a sub that’s been attacked by a 75-foot long extinct shark called a Megalodon.
Ruby Rose, Rainn Wilson, Masi Oka from “Heroes”, and Bingbing Li from “Resident Evil: Retribution” are also in it.

“Slender Man” (PG-13)

Joey King from “The Conjuring” stars in this horror movie about a group of friends who set out to prove they don’t believe in the myth of Slender Man and end up becoming his targets after a ritual summons him and they start disappearing one by one.
Horror lore surrounding the character started hitting the internet in 2014 after the news got out about an attempted murder in Wisconsin, where two 12-year-old girls stabbed a classmate 19 times. After they were caught, the kids claimed that they were trying to protect their families from being killed by something they called Slender Man.
Out of respect for the victim’s family, theaters in the Milwaukee area will NOT be showing this movie.

“Dog Days” (PG) (Opened Wednesday)

Vanessa Hudgens, Nina Dobrev, Eva Longoria, Adam Pally, Rob Corddry, and Finn Wolfhard from “Stranger Things” star in this ensemble comedy about a bunch of dog owners whose lives somehow intersect because of their pets.

New Movies In Theaters (7/27)

27 July, 2018 at 6:14 am

“Mission Impossible – Fallout” (PG-13)

Tom Cruise returns as IMF agent Ethan Hunt. In this one, he loses track of some plutonium while saving his team . . . Ving Rhames (Luther) and Simon Pegg (Benji) . . . and then has to work with an arms dealer to retrieve it.
Henry Cavill is a CIA assassin assigned to the mission to take him out if he goes rogue, and Vanessa Kirby from “The Crown” is the arms dealer with the plutonium.
Sean Harris returns as Syndicate leader Solomon Lane, Rebecca Ferguson is also back as her “Rogue Nation” character Ilsa Faust, Alec Baldwin is IMF Secretary Alan Hunley, and Angela Bassett is the new head of the CIA.

“Teen Titans Go! To the Movies” (PG)

The Cartoon Network TV show moves to the big screen for the first time when Robin decides the only way to be taken seriously is for the Titans to get a big Hollywood movie like all the other superheroes. Kristen Bell is a director who rejects them.
Will Arnett is the bad guy, Slade Wilson, who the team tries to turn into an arch-enemy to increase their chances of landing a movie deal. Will normally plays Batman in the “LEGO” movies, but Jimmy Kimmel is Batman in this one.
The other voice cameos include Halsey as Wonder Woman, Nicolas Cage as Superman, Patton Oswalt as the Atom, Lil Yachty as Green Lantern, Wil Wheaton as the Flash, and Stan Lee as himself.

New Movies In Theaters (7/20)

20 July, 2018 at 6:13 am

“The Equalizer 2” (R)

Denzel Washington returns as Robert McCall, a former CIA operative who’s now working as a Lyft driver while helping random people get payback on their attackers.
But when someone kills his best friend Susan, he turns to Pedro Pascal to help him figure out who’s behind her murder. You may remember Melissa Leo as his CIA handler Susan in the first movie. Pedro was Oberyn Martell on “Game of Thrones”.

“Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!” (PG-13)

The story bounces back and forth between the present day and the past as a pregnant Amanda Seyfried decides to relaunch her mother’s inn a year after her passing, and asks her three dads to tell her the story of how they met her mother Donna.
Meryl Streep still has a few scenes in the movie, and Lily James from “Downton Abbey” stars in the flashbacks as the younger version of Meryl Streep’s character.
Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan, and Stellan Skarsgard are back as Sophie’s three dads. Christine Baranski and Julie Walters return as Donna’s best friends, and Cher joins the cast as Sophie’s grandmother. Andy Garcia is also in it as “Fernando”.

“Unfriended: Dark Web” (R)

A barista steals a laptop from a coffee shop’s lost & found. While he is video chatting with a group of friends, he shows them a bunch of disturbing videos he found on the hard drive . . . then the owner barges into the online chat, demanding his laptop back.

New In Theaters (7/6)

6 July, 2018 at 6:22 am

“Ant-Man and the Wasp” (PG-13)

Paul Rudd is on house arrest after the events of “Captain America: Civil War”. But that doesn’t stop Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly from asking for his help in trying to rescue the original Wasp, Michelle Pfeiffer, from wherever she disappeared years ago.
Their plans are complicated by a team of crooks trying to steal Michael Douglas’s technology, and by “Killjoys” star Hannah John-Kamen, who plays a villain named Ghost. Laurence Fishburne is also in it as an old colleague of Hank Pym.

“The First Purge” (R) (Opened Wednesday)

The fourth movie in the series is a prequel where a new political party offers $5,000 to anyone who’ll stay on Staten Island while they conduct a social experiment of letting people violently release their aggression in an isolated community for 12 hours.
Lex Scott Davis and Y’lan Noel are the stars of the movie defending their turf, and Marisa Tomei is the scientist who designed the experiment . . . which eventually gets out of control and spreads across the entire nation.

New Movies In Theaters (6/29)

29 June, 2018 at 6:17 am

“Sicario: Day of the Soldado” (R)

Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro are back as CIA operatives working the Mexican border. They kidnap a drug lord’s daughter to provoke a war between the cartels after find out the cartel is smuggling terrorists into the U.S.
But after the mission goes terribly wrong, the CIA orders Del Toro to eliminate the only witness . . . and he chooses to defend the girl from Brolin and his assault team.

“Uncle Drew” (PG-13)

After Lil Rel Howery loses his street basketball team to Nick Kroll, he convinces a legendary ball player to come out of retirement to play for him. It’s based on some old Pepsi Max ads from 2012.
Kyrie Irving from the Boston Celtics is aged to wear old man makeup as Uncle Drew. The rest of the geriatric crew he rounds up to round out the team includes Shaq and NBA all-stars Chris Webber, Reggie Miller, and Nate Robinson.

“Woman Walks Ahead”

Jessica Chastain stars as an artist who travels to North Dakota to paint a portrait of Sitting Bull. Sam Rockwell is an army officer trying to force a confrontation and a guy named Michael Greyeyes is Sitting Bull.

“Dark River”

Ruth Wilson from “The Affair” stars as a woman trying to reclaim her family farm after the death of her father, Sean Bean from “Game of Thrones”.

“Won’t You Be My Neighbor”

New Movies In Theaters (6/22)

22 June, 2018 at 6:20 am

“Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom” (PG-13)

It takes place three years after the last movie, with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard returning to the abandoned theme park to rescue the remaining dinosaurs before the island’s dormant volcano erupts and makes their species extinct again.
Jeff Goldblum has a cameo as his character from the first two movies, chaos theory expert Dr. Ian Malcolm. Daniella Pineda from “The Detour” is a former Marine working as a vet on the island, and B.D. Wong is also back as geneticist Dr. Henry Wu.

“Boundaries” (R) (Limited)

A road trip movie starring Vera Farmiga as a single mother driving her father across country after he gets kicked out of his nursing home for being a pot dealer. Christopher Plummer plays her dad and Kristen Schaal plays her sister.
Peter Fonda and Christopher Lloyd are also in it as his old pot smoking buddies.

“The Catcher Was a Spy” (R) (Limited)

Paul Rudd stars in this World War II spy thriller as a baseball player recruited by the government to go behind enemy lines, find out if the Nazis have a nuclear bomb, and assassinate their lead scientist before he can develop one.
Jeff Daniels is the officer who recruits him, Paul Giamatti is the physicist preparing him for the mission, and Mark Strong is German physicist Werner Heisenberg.
It’s based on the true story of Moe Berg, who spoke seven languages and whose home movies of the Japanese skyline were used to help plan U.S. bombing raids of Tokyo.

New Movies In Theaters (6/15)

15 June, 2018 at 6:14 am

“Tag” (R)

Every year a group of five adults reunite for a highly competitive game of tag where they become a target for a whole month, but you can’t tag back the person who tagged you, and the last person tagged is stuck as “It” for the rest of the year.
Annabelle Wallis is a “Wall Street Journal” reporter who stumbles across their story when Ed Helms disrupts her interview to go after Jon Hamm. Isla Fisher plays Ed’s wife and the rest of the group is rounded out by Jake Johnson and Hannibal Buress.
They’re all going after Jeremy Renner HARD. He’s the only one in the group who’s still undefeated . . . and this year his wedding coincides with Tag Month. Leslie Bibb plays his bride. Rashida Jones is also in it.
The movie’s based on a true story. “The Wall Street Journal” ran a 2013 article describing a Nordstrom executive who’d been playing for decades with his friends.
Jeremy broke both his arms while filming a stunt for this movie. He went on “The Tonight Show” recently and told Jimmy Fallon he fell while surfing a stack of chairs on the second day of filming. He broke his right elbow and left wrist.

“Incredibles 2” (PG)

The sequel picks up with that scene at the end of the first movie where the family has to save the city from being destroyed by a throwaway villain called the Underminer. He’s played by John Ratzenberger, who’s kind of like the Stan Lee of Pixar cameos.
Unfortunately, being a superhero is still against the law, so they immediately get in trouble. The family is approached by tech company CEO Bob Odenkirk, who wants to help change public perception of heroes by recording Elastigirl in action.
That leaves Mr. Incredible at home playing Mr. Mom and struggling with Jack Jack growing into his powers while she’s out fighting crime. But then a real villain comes along that requires the whole family to work together again to save the day.
“Avengers” superstar Samuel L. Jackson is back as Frozone, Holly Hunter is Elastigirl, and Craig T. Nelson IS Mr. Incredible.

“Gotti” (R) Trailer

John Travolta plays mob boss John Gotti, the guy who took over as the head of the Gambino crime family in the ’80s after he had his predecessor whacked.
Gotti’s nicknames included the Dapper Don because of his stylish suits, and then the Teflon Don because of how the Feds struggled to make any charges against him stick.
He was eventually brought down by Sammy Gravano, his second in command turned FBI informant. William DeMeo plays Gravano. You’ve seen him as Jason Molinaro on “The Sopranos” or as “Al Pacino” in Billy Crystal’s mob comedy “Analyze That”.
Travolta says the Gotti family personally asked him to play the part. He even got his wife Kelly Preston to be Victoria Gotti. A guy named Spencer Lofranco plays their son, John Gotti Jr. and it’s based on the son’s memoir, “Shadow of My Father”.

New Movies In Theaters (6/8)

8 June, 2018 at 6:17 am

“Ocean’s 8” (PG-13)

Sandra Bullock is Debbie Ocean, the sister of George Clooney’s character from the “Ocean’s 11” trilogy. Like her brother Danny, she’s putting together a team to pull off a major jewel heist . . . by hitting the Met Gala during New York’s fashion week.
Cate Blanchett is Debbie’s partner, Mindy Kaling is their jewel expert, and Anne Hathaway is a famous actress wearing the diamond necklace they want to steal.
The rest of Debbie Ocean’s all-female crew features Rihanna as a hacker, Asian rapper Awkwafina as the team’s pickpocket, Sarah Paulson as their fence, and Helena Bonham Carter as the fashion designer getting Anne Hathaway ready for the gala.
Meanwhile, “Late Late Show” host James Corden and Richard Armitage are on the testosterone side of the cast. Richard was Thorin Oakenshield in “The Hobbit” movies.

“Hotel Artemis” (R)

Jodie Foster stars in this crime thriller about a nurse who runs a secret, members-only emergency room for criminals. It’s set 10 years in the future during some rioting in L.A., and the Rules of Membership include “No weapons, and no killing the other patients.”
Dave Bautista is her muscle. Their shady clientele all have to use codenames . . .
Sterling K. Brown is the Bank Robber, Brian Tyree Henry is the Jewel Thief, Sofia Boutella is the Contract Killer, Charlie Day is the Arms Dealer, Zachary Quinto is Daddy’s Boy, Jenny Slate is the Cop, and Jeff Goldblum is the Wolf King.
The action kicks in when a bank robbery goes wrong and Sterling’s crew inadvertently steals something from Jeff Goldblum . . . leading to a bloody siege at the hotel.

“Hereditary” (R)

Toni Collette stars in a horror movie about an artist who obsessively builds dollhouses that are modeled after events in her life. When her mother dies, her daughter starts acting strangely and Toni lets a friend convince her to attend a séance.
The plot quickly descends into a long history of mental instability in the family, with events escalating enough that “Rolling Stone” calls it “the scariest movie of the year.”