Both of this week’s new releases are incredibly well received by critics as the How to Train Your Dragon saga comes to a close with The Hidden World and the story of the WWE’s Paige is told in Fighting with My Family.
Vincent D’Onofrio returns to the Western genre with his Magnificent Seven co-stars Ethan Hawke and Chris Pratt for a new spin on the Billy the Kid story, with Dane Dehaan as Billy the Kid, in The Kid.
Jordan Peele is bringing back one of the greatest TV shows of all time, The Twilight Zone, for CBS All Access in April with a slew of amazing guest stars like Adam Scott, Sanaa Lathan, John Cho, Steven Yeun, Rhea Seehorn, Taissa Farmiga and many more.
Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cell Block 99 director S. Craig Zahler is back in March with Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn as corrupt LAPD partners in Dragged Across Concrete.
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson team up as the ex-Texas Rangers turned “special investigators” who tracked down the infamous Bonnie & Clyde in March’s Netflix Original, The Highwaymen.
The schlocky awesomeness of Overlord is out this week along with award season juggernaut A Star is Born, the new and already forgotten Taron Egerton Robin Hood, cult hockey movie Youngblood and more.
Alita: Battle Angel topped the box office for the holiday weekend and exceeded expectations but overall this past weekend was the worst President’s Day weekend of the last 15 years.
Ray Charles helped kick off the iconic 1967 crime thriller In the Heat of the Night with the title song, “In the Heat of the Night”, that was composed by the legendary Quincy Jones.
Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal, Garrett Hedlund, and Charlie Hunnam assemble to try and pull off a massive heist of drug cartel cash in South America in next month’s Netflix action/heist thriller Triple Frontier.
The ladies take over the box office this weekend as Jessica Rothe is back for Happy Death Day 2U, Rosa Salazar stars as Alita in Alita: Battle Angel and Rebel Wilson is trapped in a romantic comedy in Isn’t It Romantic.