Mark Wahlberg delivers a heartfelt performance for director Reinaldo Marcus Green in Roadside Attractions Joe Bell. The film pulls its story from the true story of a small town, working-class father, Joe Bell (Wahlberg), who embarks on a solo walk across the U.S. to crusade against bullying
NEON films deliver another different kind of film with their latest release Pig. Michael Sarnoski collaborates with Mr. Nouveau Shamanic himself, Nicholas Cage, for the film in his directorial debut. Cage portrays Rob, who is a truffle hunter in the Oregon wilderness who lives a simple life.
Director Adam Robitel once again collaborates with stars Taylor Russell and Logan Miller for his new film. A sequel to their 2019 hit Escape Room in the new flick Escape Room: Tournament of Champions.
One of the most anticipated projects in the film division is Black Widow, which arrives from Marvel Studios.
The 24th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is from the pen of Eric Pearson, who works from a story by Jac Schaeffer and Ned Benson.
Boots Riley, lead vocalist of the hip-hop band, The Coup makes a stunning directorial debut with Sorry to Bother You from Annapurna Pictures. In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, Cassius “Cash” Green (Lakeith Stanfield) is having a rough life—living in his uncle’s garage and struggling to find a job.
Director Janicza Bravo adapts a 2015 tweet thread for her second full-length feature in A24’s Zola. On a regular workday, Zola (Taylour Paige) meets a sex worker named Stefani (Riley Keough) at a restaurant where Zola is a waitress, and the two immediately bond over pole dancing.
Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family race back to cinemas in Universal Pictures Fast & Furious 9. After a hiatus from the franchise, Justin Lin returns to the director’s chair for his fifth go-round.
In the Heights, one of my most anticipated movies of 2021, finally makes its way to theaters from director Jon M.Chu. The Warner’s Bros. release is an adaptation of the musical of the same name by Quiara Alegría Hudes and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
An iconic Disney villainess gets a spin-off film in director Craig Gillespie’s Cruella from Walt Disney Pictures. The film focuses on the rebellious early days of the notoriously fashionable Cruella de Vil (Emma Stone), who was born under the name of Estella.
An under-horse story arrives at charming the heart of moviegoers in Bleecker Street’s Dream Horse from director Euros Lyn. The film tells the inspiring true story of Dream Alliance, an unlikely racehorse bred by a small-town bartender, Jan Vokes (Toni Collette).
Comedy legend Chris Rock takes a step outside of his comedy comfort zone to dabble in the suspense genre in Lionsgate Spiral. Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, Spiral is the latest addition in the Saw franchise serving more like a reboot than a traditional sequel.