Four new wide releases head into the domestic box office during the second weekend of September.
Leading the pack with the highest theater count of the weekend is Sully, the newest film from 4-time Academy Award-winning director Clint Eastwood (Million Dollar Baby, Unforgiven).
Following the true story of pilot Chesley Sullenberger, who became a national hero after he saved all of his crew and passengers by gliding his plane into the Hudson River.
Tom Hanks, Anna Gunn, Laura Linney and Aaron Eckhart star in this dramatic biopic from the producers of films such as Raiders of the Lost Ark, Back to the Future, War Horse and Mad Max: Fury Road.
Sully is rated PG-13 for some peril and brief strong language, with a run time of 96 minutes.
Next on release is the drama/horror flick, When the Bough Breaks from production company Screen Gems.
When a young couple has trouble conceiving a child, the two turn to a surrogate to help them finally have a baby.
Seemingly perfect at first, the surrogate begins to show a dark and dangerous side; a side that may put everyone’s life at risk.
Morris Chestnut, Regina Hall and Jaz Sinclair star in this hybrid drama/horror flick from first-time screenwriter Jack Olsen.
When the Bough Breaks is rated PG-13 for violence, sexuality/partial nudity, thematic elements, some disturbing images, and language, with a run time of 107 minutes.
Director D.J. Caruso (Disturbia, Eagle Eye) returns to his thriller roots with The Disappointments Room, a film billed as “based on a true story”.
Dana, her husband David and their young son Lucas move from the hustle and bustle of the city to the quiet countryside in an attempt to start a new life.
However, Dana soon starts to experience terrifying visions, and when she discovers a hidden door in the attic she soon learns of the dark history linked to the house.
Kate Beckinsale, Lucas Till and Duncan Joiner star in this tense horror flick.
The Disappointments Room is rated R for violent content, bloody images, some sexuality and language, with a run time of 100 minutes.
Lionsgate presents a new take on the tale of Robinson Crusoe in the animated family film The Wild Life.
When a sudden violent storm strands Robinson Crusoe on a stranded island, he must team up with a motley crew of talking animals to help survive.
The Wild Life is rated PG for mild action/peril and some rude humor, with a run time of 90 minutes.
Here is a list of this week’s newest releases and theater counts courtesy of Box Office Mojo:
The weekend of September 16 brings three new wide releases.
Renée Zellweger returns to her iconic role of Bridget Jones in the third film in the rom-com franchise with Bridget Jones Baby.
A group of friends head into the demonic woods of the Blair Witch to search for one of their long lost siblings in Blair Witch.
Snowden follows the true story of Edward Snowden, the NSA employee that leaked thousands of classified documents to the press.
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