What To See In Theaters

What To See In Theaters

It’s not always easy to find out which movies are hitting theaters each week, especially after the Hollywood strikes led to many release date changes. With the WGA and actors strikes resolved and awards season heating up, there are more dramas and prestige productions in theaters this month. March is filled with both blockbusters and new indie releases.

Kristen Stewart stars in the romantic thriller “Love Lies Bleeding” about a gym manager and bodybuilder who fall in love, which has a wide release this week. Also in theaters is “Arthur the King,” an action adventure film starring Mark Wahlberg, Simu Liu and Juliet Rylance, and the Anthony Hopkins-led “One Day,” a biopic about humanitarian Sir Nicholas Winton. “The American Society of Magical Negroes,” starring Justice Smith, Zachary Barton and Anthony Coons, also has a limited release this week. Next week, stay tuned for “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire,” starring Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon and Finn Wolfhard.

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Check back each week to find the latest releases in theaters, from big-budget wide releases to niche independent titles.

Friday, March 15

“Love Lies Bleeding”
A24 (Wide)

“Ryuichi Sakamoto: Opus”
Janus Films (Limited)

“Exhuma”
Well Go USA Entertainment (Limited)

“The Shadowless Tower”
Strand Releasing (Limited)

“Snack Shack”
Republic Pictures (Limited)

“The Prank”
Iconic Events Releasing (Limited)

“The American Society of Magical Negroes”
Focus Features (Limited)

“Knox Goes Away”
Saban Films (Limited)

“Arthur the King”
Lionsgate Films (Wide)

“Remembering Gene Wilder”
Kino Lorber (Limited)

“Classe Tous Risques”
Rialto Distribution (Wide)

“Uproar”
Blue Fox Entertainment (Limited)

“Pastor’s Kid”
Atlas Distribution Company (Limited)

“1992″
Lionsgate Films (Limited)

“Prey”
Vertical Entertainment (Limited)

“Much Ado About Dying”
First Run (Limited)

“One Life”
Bleecker Street Media (Wide)

“The Animal Kingdom”
Magnet Releasing (Wide)

“Bad River”
AMC Theatres Distribution (Limited)

“Club Zero”
Film Movement (Limited)

“Exhuma”
Well Go USA (Limited)

“French Girl”
Paramount (Limited)

“Invader”
Alamo Drafthouse (Limited)

“The Neon Highway”
Freestyle Releasing (Limited)

“State of Consciousness”
Lionsgate (Limited)

“The Throwback”
Myriad Pictures (Limited)

“Uproar”
Blue Fox Entertainment (Limited)

Sunday, March 17

“Labyrinth”
Fathom Events (Limited)

“Bible Cinema Roadshow: The 7 Churches of Revelation: Times of Deception”
Iconic Events Releasing (Limited)

“Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion”
GKIDS (Limited)

Monday, March 18

“Irena’s Vow”
Fathom Events (Limited)

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