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Which movies are in Tampa Bay theaters? 'The Dead Don't Die,' 'Shaft,' 'Men in Black: International'

Samuel L. Jackson, left, and Cliff “Method Man” Smith in New Line Cinema’s action comedy ‘Shaft.’ [Warner Bros.]
Published Jun. 11

OPEN THURSDAY

The Dead Don't Die

A small town is overrun by zombies in writer-director Jim Jarmusch's star-studded horror comedy. With Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Chloe Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Caleb Landry Jones, Rosie Perez, Iggy Pop, RZA, Selena Gomez, Carol Kane, Tom Waits. (105 minutes, R)

Shaft

Samuel L. Jackson's super-cool New York City private eye must help his FBI analyst son solve a murder. With Jessie T. Usher, Regina Hall, Alexandra Shipp, Matt Lauria, Titus Welliver, Cliff "Method Man" Smith, Richard Roundtree. Written by Kenya Barris, Alex Barnow. Directed by Tim Story. (111 minutes, R)

Men in Black: International

A new generation of alien-busting agents searches for a mole in their midst. With Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Rebecca Ferguson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall, Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson. Written by Art Marcum, Matt Holloway; based on the characters created by Lowell Cunningham. Directed by F. Gary Gray. (115 minutes, PG-13)

Late Night

The host of a struggling talk show hires her first female staff writer. With Emma Thompson, Mindy Kaling, John Lithgow, Amy Ryan, Hugh Dancy, Reid Scott, Denis O'Hare. Written by Kaling. Directed by Nisha Ganatra. (102 minutes, R)

OPEN FRIDAY

Murder Mystery

A New York City cop and his wife, on vacation in Europe, go on the lam after being framed for a homicide in this Netflix film. With Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Luke Evans, Gemma Arterton, Terence Stamp. Written by James Vanderbilt. Directed by Kyle Newacheck. (96 minutes, PG-13)

'TIS THE SEASON: Another summer movie series

The Tampa Bay Jewish Film Festival kicks off its inaugural Summer Series with Leona, the Spanish drama about a Jewish woman who falls for a forbidden love. Remember Baghdad on July 17 and Winter Hunt on Aug. 21 complete the cinema showcase. $8 in advance, $10 at doors. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday. Villagio Cinemas, 11778 N Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa. tbjff.org.

CRITICS' PICKS

Booksmart: Two studious high school seniors (Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever) try to pack four years of partying into one night in the comedy.

The Souvenir: A young film student becomes involved with a charismatic older man who isn't what he seems to be.

Rocketman: This endearing look at the breakthrough years of Sir Elton John (Taron Egerton) is less interested in musical influences than exploring the way performing and songwriting helped John make sense of his life.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters: A crypto-zoological agency faces off against a series of havoc-wreaking monsters in this oversized retread.

UPCOMING RELEASES

All dates subject to change.

June 21: Anna; Child's Play; Toy Story 4

June 28: 47 Meters Down: Uncaged; Annabelle Comes Home; Killers Anonymous; Yesterday

July 5: Spider-Man: Far From Home; Midsommar

July 12: 21 Bridges; Armstrong; Crawl; Lying and Stealing; Stuber

July 19: The Art of Self-Defense; Bottom of the 9th; The Lion King

July 26: Brahms: The Boy II; Once Upon a Time in Hollywood; Mike Wallace Is Here; The Mountain

Times staff writer Meaghan Habuda and Times wires

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