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New Movies Out Now in Theaters: What to See This Week

This week new upcoming movies list.

Navigating the film schedule can be a bit tricky these days, especially with Hollywood strikes affecting release dates. As we gear up for the awards season, expect to see a surge in high-quality dramas and award-worthy projects on the big screen. October will be a haven for horror enthusiasts, while the holiday months of November and December are likely to feature movies that appeal to families and general audiences.

This week, get ready for the latest chapter in the “Expendables” series, Expend4bles. Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham are back in action, and they’re joined by newcomers Curtis 50 Cent Jackson and Megan Fox. Meanwhile, Wes Anderson is offering his own take on Roald Dahl’s “The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch. This film will have a brief stint in selected cinemas before debuting on Netflix the next week. Music lovers might also be interested in “Flora and Son,” a musical feature starring Eve Hewson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which will hit a few theatres before its Apple TV+ release. In the coming week, keep an eye out for the sci-fi thriller The Creator, featuring John David Washington and Gemma Chan in leading roles.

Here is the list of upcoming movies:

Wednesday, September 20


Oscilloscope (Wide)

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar

Netflix (Limited)

Thursday, September 21

Roots of Fire

First Run (Limited)

Shaky Shivers

Fathom Events (Limited)

Friday, September 22

It Lives Inside

Neon (Limited)

Dark Asset

Saban Films (Limited)

I Can

Kappa Distribution (Limited)


Abramorama (Limited)


Netflix (Limited)

Flora and Son

Apple TV+ (Limited)


Lionsgate (Wide)


Brainstorm Media (Limited)

Condition of Return

Stonecutter Media (Limited)

Creation of the Gods I: Kingdom of Storms

Well Go USA Entertainment (Limited)

The Great Indian Family

Yash Raj Films USA Inc.

Man on the Run

The Smoking Section/Evergreen Media (Limited)

Stop Making Sense

A24 (Limited)

Saturday, September 23

Howl’s Moving Castle

Fathom Events (Limited) Source

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