What’s opening in theaters this week

George Clooney is shown in a scene from "Hail, Caesar!" (Photo credit: Universal Pictures)

George Clooney is shown in a scene from “Hail, Caesar!” (Photo credit: Universal Pictures)

Opening Friday:
“Hail, Caesar!” (PG-13): Brothers Joel and Ethan Coen get back to funny business with this comedy about actors misbehaving within the 1950s Hollywood studio system. George Clooney, Josh Brolin, Scarlett Johansson, Frances McDormand, Ralph Fiennes, Channing Tatum and Tilda Swinton co-star.
“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” (PG-13): Lily James and Sam Reilly star as the protagonists of Jane Austen’s novel about love and class differences in 19th century England. The difference this time is that the undead are also roaming about, trying to eat the living.
“The Choice” (PG-13): Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer play the young lovers who decide to take the plunge and marry in this adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel.
“Boy & the World” (PG): A little boy heads out on a quest to find his father in this Oscar-nominated animated feature from Brazil.

In stores Tuesday:
“Bridge of Spies” (DVD/Blu-ray): Tom Hanks stars as a lawyer trying to negotiate a prisoner swap between the U.S. and the Soviet Union during the Cold War in Steven Spielberg’s espionage drama.
“Our Brand is Crisis” (DVD/Blu-ray): Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton are rival political strategists dueling during a presidential election in Bolivia.
“The Last Witch Hunter” (DVD/Blu-ray): Vin Diesel is mankind’s only hope against the combined forces of the scariest witches in history.
“Truth” (DVD/Blu-ray): Cate Blanchett is the CBS news producer trying to protect the reputation of anchorman Dan Rather (Robert Redford) after a controversial news report comes under scrutiny


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