New versions of The Grinch and Lisbeth Salander arrive in theaters this weekend along with an apparently awesome and over the top horror movie set in World War II and an addiction drama that is expanding wide.
CIA agent Bob Stone recruits his old high school acquaintance Calvin Joyner for help tracking a series of black market deals, although it seems like Bob may have gone crazy and rogue when the rest of the CIA comes after him.
A former chubby nerd, Bob Stone transformed himself into a deadly, but still charmingly sweet, CIA agent who needs the help of the former most popular guy in his high school turned accountant to unravel a shady black market auction.
Searching for WMDs in Iraq, Chief Warrant Officer Roy Miller starts to realize there’s some sort of cover up going on in 2009’s Green Zone.
Kevin Hart may have found his best comedic partner yet in The Rock, as the duo try to uncover a black market CIA conspiracy in Central Intelligence.
A high school senior discovers a strange creature in his local junkyard and finds that it can enhance and turbo charge the truck he’s building in next year’s insane looking family adventure, Monster Trucks.
Bryan Cranston plays an undercover FBI agent trying to infiltrate the operation of Pablo Escobar in the 80’s in the upcoming “based on a true story” thriller, The Infiltrator.
A new kid in town finds out that he’s moved next door to author RL Stine and accidentally unleashes all the monsters from the Goosebumps series of books in the new Goosebumps movie, coming this October.
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks team up again for the Cold War thriller, Bridge of Spies, based on true events.
Securit expert Ray Breslin is set up and left in a seemingly inescapable prison run by a sadistic warden, so he teams with fellow inmate, Emil Rottmayer, to try and get out.