A young boy (Jacob Tremblay) inadvertently prompts the return to Earth of the now genetically enhanced killing creatures. With Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes, Keegan-Michael Key, Olivia Munn and Sterling K. Brown. Directed by Shane Black. (101 minutes, R)
Unbroken: Path to Redemption
Based on the book by Laura Hillenbrand, Unbroken: Path to Redemption continues the story of Olympic runner and World War II hero Louie Zamperini (Samuel Hunt) as he battles PTSD and discovers his faith. With Merritt Patterson, Bobby Campo, Vanessa Bell Calloway, David Sakurai, Gary Cole and Will Graham, above, playing his grandfather, Billy Graham. Directed by Harold Cronk. (98 minutes, PG-13)
White Boy Rick
A teenage boy (Richie Merritt, right) works as a police informant before being cut loose and sent to prison in 1980s Detroit. With Matthew McConaughey, left, Bel Powley, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Bruce Dern and Piper Laurie. Directed by Yann Demange. (116 minutes, R)
A Simple Favor
Anna Kendrick stars as a mom blogger who investigates the disappearance of her best friend (Blake Lively). With Henry Golding, Andrew Rannells, Linda Cardellini, Jean Smart and Rupert Friend. Based on the novel by Darcey Bell. Directed by Paul Feig. (117 minutes, R)
Where Hands Touch
In 1944, an African German teenager (Amandla Stenberg, above) becomes friends with a member of the Hitler Youth (George MacKay). With Abbie Cornish, Christopher Eccleston and Tom Sweet. Written and directed by Amma Asante. Opens at Tampa Theatre. (122 minutes, NR)
Nicolas Cage, above, and Andrea Riseborough play a Pacific Northwest couple whose forest home is destroyed by a ruthless cult. Directed and co-written by Panos Cosmatos. (121 minutes, NR)
Juliet, Naked: Rom-com about a woman (Rose Byrne) who begins an online relationship with the reclusive rocker (Ethan Hawke) worshipped by her boyfriend (Chris O’Dowd).
Crazy Rich Asians: An American woman (Constance Wu) goes to Singapore and discovers her boyfriend (Henry Golding) is ultra-wealthy, and that not everybody is happy about their relationship.
BlacKkKlansman: Spike Lee brings to the screen the amazing true story of a black man (John David Washington) who integrated the Colorado Springs Police Department and infiltrated a local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.
All dates subject to change.
Sept. 21: The House With a Clock in Its Walls; Life Itself; Fahrenheit 11/9
Sept. 28: Little Women; Night School; Serenity; Smallfoot
Oct. 5: Venom; A Star Is Born
Oct. 12: First Man; Bad Times at the El Royale; Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
Oct. 19: Halloween
Oct. 26: Johnny English Strikes Again; Hunter Killer
Nov. 2: Bohemian Rhapsody; Suspiria
Nov. 9: The Girl in the Spider’s Web; The Grinch
Nov. 16: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald; Widows; Instant Family