Star Trek Beyond
When the Enterprise ventures into an uncharted part of the universe, Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto) and the rest of the crew get stranded in the great beyond.
Ice Age: Collision Course
In an out-of-this-world adventure, Scrat (voice of Chris Wedge) accidentally sets Earth on a cosmic collision course, and the herd (voices of Ray Romano, Denis Leary and John Leguizamo) is left scrambling to save themselves and the planet from total destruction.
The nightmares of childhood come back to haunt a young woman (Teresa Palmer) when she discovers the demons of her past are still venturing out when it's dark and scaring a younger generation (Gabriel Bateman).
Columbia Pictures is calling on the Ghostbusters again, in this remake of the 1984 movie. This time the supernatural super heroes are played by females! Look for Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, plus some cameos from some of the original film stars.
Based on a true story, an American undercover agent (Brian Cranston) risks everything in a high stakes sting operation attempting to bring down a powerful drug cartel.
The Secret Life of Pets
Do you know what your pet does while you're away? This animation about a group of cats, dogs, bunnies, etc. living in Manhattan depicts some of those mysterious and surprising goings-on.
A couple of brothers (Zac Efron and Adam DeVine) are desperate for wedding dates, so they put an ad on the internet-- and it goes viral.
Even though he is enormous and scary looking, the BFG –Big Friendly Giant (Mark Rylance) is a gentle soul who befriends a young orphan named Sophie (Ruby Barnhill). This movie is based on Roald Dahl’s children’s novel.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Lex Luther (Jesse Eisenberg) is quick to take advantage of the confused public when Batman (Ben Affleck ) and Superman (Henry Cavill) appear to be heroes that can't be depended upon. -- Oh, and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) gets into the action too.
You've seen the photo, now hear the story -- or at least what the scriptwriters believe to be the conversation that took place between Elvis (played by Michael Shannon) and Nixon (played by Kevin Spacey) on the day in 1970 when a famous snapshot of the two was taken.
Charlie (Terrence Jenkins) is the perfect playboy. But when he meets Eva (Cassie Ventura) he thinks he may have found the perfect woman to settle down with. The only problem is, she's perfectly content to keep their affair casual and uncommitted.
Amadeo (voice of Rupert Grint) is great at football (called soccer in North America), as long as he plays the arcade version. When he is challenged to a real game by Grosso (voice of Diego Ramos), the characters from the foosball game come to life... and to Amadoe's rescue.