Take a look at what movies will soon be showing in a theater near you.
Sept 6: “Riddick,” starring Vin Diesel.
Sept. 6: “Salinger,” starring John Cusack, Edward Norton and Phillip Seymour-Hoffman.
Sept. 6: “Winnie Mandela,” starring Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard.
Sept. 6: “The Ultimate Life,” starring Bill Cobbs and Peter Fonda.
Sept. 13: “The Family,” starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones.
Sept. 13: “Insidious Chapter 2,” starring Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne and Barbara Hershey.
Sept. 13: “Jayne Mansfield’s Car,” starring Billy Bob Thornton (who also directs), Robert Duvall and Kevin Bacon.
Sept. 20: “The Face of Love,” starring Annette Bening, Robin Williams and Ed Harris.
Sept. 20: “Rush,” starring Chris Hemsworth and directed by Ron Howard.
Sept. 20: “Prisoners,” starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis.
Sept. 20: “Enough Said,” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini.
Sept. 20: “Blue Caprice,” starring Isaiah Washington and Tim Blake Nelson.
Sept. 20: “Battle of the Year,” starring Chris Brown and Josh Holloway.
Sept. 20: “A Single Shot,” starring William H. Macy, Jason Isaacs and Sam Rockwell.
Sept. 27: “The Secret Lives of Dorks,” starring Gaelan Connell, Charlie Stewart and Vanessa Marano.
Sept. 27: “Morning,” starring Jeanne Tripplehorn and Elliott Gould.
Sept. 27: “Don Jon,” starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt (who also directs) and Scarlett Johansson.
Sept. 27: “Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2,” starring the voices of Neil Patrick Harris, Andy Samberg and Bill Hader.
Sept. 27: “Baggage Claim,” starring Paula Patton, Taye Diggs and Jill Scott.
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