The White Crow
Russian ballet star Rudolf Nureyev seeks asylum in the West in this fact-based drama. With Oleg Ivenko, Ralph Fiennes. Written by David Hare; based on a book by Julie Kavanagh. Directed by Fiennes. In Russian, English and French with English subtitles. (127 minutes, R)
The live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1992 animated musical based on the timeless fantasy tale about a charming thief, a beautiful princess and a big blue genie. With Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott, Will Smith, Nasim Pedrad, Billy Magnussen. Written by John August, Guy Ritchie. Directed by Ritchie. (128 minutes, PG)
A child from another planet comes to Earth, but rather than being a savior, he unleashes superhero horror. With Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn. Written by Brian Gunn, Mark Gunn. Directed by David Yarovesky. (90 minutes, R)
As high school graduation looms, two overachieving BFFs decide to cut loose for the first time. With Kaitlyn Dever, Beanie Feldstein, Jessica Williams, Lisa Kudrow, Will Forte, Jason Sudeikis. Written by Emily Halpern, Sarah Haskins, Susanna Fogel, Katie Silberman. Directed by Olivia Wilde. (88 minutes, R)
This horror thriller follows the dark journey taken by a troubled musical prodigy and a new star pupil. Look for it on Netflix. (90 minutes, NR)
Rim of the World
Another movie, about a quartet of summer camp-enrolled misfits who must save the world after aliens invade the planet, launching exclusively on Netflix. (98 minutes, NR)
MOVIE AND A MARKET: The Biggest Little Farm
The Biggest Little Farm follows the eight-year journey husband-and-wife duo John and Molly Chester took to establish themselves on 200 acres of farmland outside Los Angeles. But the local premiere for this new documentary at Tampa Theatre comes with the Franklin Street Farmer’s Market, where small farms, environmentally friendly entrepreneurs and sustainable businesses offer samples and sales. The first 200 people get a free reusable grocery bag. You can also drop off unwanted wires, batteries, phones and other electronics for recycling. $11, $8 members. Market at 5:30 p.m., movie at 7:30 Friday. 711 N Franklin St. (813) 274-8286. tampatheatre.org.
GET RAW: The Cold Blue
The Cold Blue contains 1943 raw color footage of the air war over Nazi Germany, which award-winning director William Wyler filmed for his documentary The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress. The footage was recently recovered from the National Archives. 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Regal Cinemas Citrus Park 20, 7999 Citrus Park Town Center Mall, Tampa. Brandon’s AMC Regency 20 and Gibsonton’s GQT Riverview 14 also show the movie. fathomevents.com.
Avengers: Endgame: After 11 years and 21 previous films, this opening chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to a mighty finish with this thrilling, exhausting and inevitably moving adventure featuring Iron Man, Captain America and all the others we’ve met along the way.
Us: A sensational dual performance by Lupita Nyong’o is the centerpiece of Jordan Peele’s followup to Get Out, a smart, relentlessly scary horror picture about a family being stalked by murderous doppelgangers.
Amazing Grace: Shot during the live recording sessions of Aretha Franklin’s soaring 1972 gospel album Amazing Grace, this long-buried concert documentary once was lost but now is found — gloriously so.
Captain Marvel: It’s not only heroes who can have superpowers. Movies can have them, too, and you can add this to the small list of those that do thanks to a luminous and powerful Brie Larson, co-stars Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Annette Bening and Jude Law and directors and co-writers Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck.
All dates subject to change.
May 31: Ma; Godzilla: King of the Monsters, left; Rocketman
June 7: All Is True; The Secret Life of Pets 2; The Souvenir
June 14: The Dead Don’t Die; Men in Black: International; Shaft
June 21: Child’s Play; Toy Story 4
June 28: 47 Meters Down: Uncaged; Annabelle Comes Home; Yesterday
Times staff writer Meaghan Habuda and Times wires