New Movies This Week: Bridget Jones’ Baby, Barcelona: A Love Untold and more!

Plan your week ahead and choose which among these movie openings this September 14, 2016 you'll see on the big screen first.

Plan your week ahead and choose which among these movie openings this September 14, 2016 you'll see on the big screen first.

Bridget Jones' Baby

Directed by Sharon Maguire, it is the third film in the franchise and a sequel to 2004 film Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason. The film revolves around forty-three-year-old Bridget Jones who is still single but dealing with a surprise pregnancy. To make things even more complicated, she doesn't know which among her two suitors is the father. The film stars Renée Zellweger and Colin Firth, returning to their respective roles of Bridget Jones and Mark Darcy, as well as Patrick Dempsey as a new character.


 

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

A comedy film directed by Jake Szymanski, it is about hard-partying brothers who put up a Craigslist post looking for dates for their sister's wedding which went viral, attracting the attention of the wrong kind of women. The film stars Adam Devine, Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick and Aubrey Plaza.

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Barcelona: A Love Untold

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A young man named Ely (Daniel Padilla) is still trying to move on from his past love. He then meets Mia (Kathryn Bernardo) who uprooted herself from her life in the Philippines to start anew. Together, they will journey to find the answers to their life-long questions.


 

Imperium

Written and directed by Daniel Ragussis, from a story by Michael German, it is about a young and idealistic FBI agent named Nate Foster who goes on an undercover investigating various supremacist groups in Virginia that may be involved in a terrorist plot. It stars Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collette, Tracy Letts, with Nestor Carbonell, Burn Gorman and Sam Trammell.


 

Blair Witch

A young man discovers a video that reveals the ultimate fate of his sister, and it leads him and his friends into a dangerous forest home to some truly evil things.


 

Sing Street

An Irish musical comedy-drama film written, produced and directed by John Carney, it tells the story of a boy growing up in Dublin during the 80s who forms a band to try and impress the mysterious girl he likes. The film stars Lucy Boynton, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Jack Reynor, Kelly Thornton and Ferdia Walsh-Peelo.


 

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