Gold Rush

Awards season ramps up with the studio heavy-hitters and independent contenders.

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    Darren Elms

Gone Girl

David Fincher takes on the bestselling novel about the disappearance of a wife (Rosamund Pike) and suspicions surrounding her husband (Ben Affleck). But did he do it? Now in theaters.

The Theory of Everything

Retelling of the extraordinary life of one of the greatest living minds, Stephen Hawking. The biopic follows his days as a student in Cambridge, his devastating diagnosis and the relationship that helped him persevere. Get ready for Eddie Redmayne’s tranformative performance as Hawking. Opens November 7.

Interstellar

Anticipated new film from The Dark Knight and Inception director Christopher Nolan follows a star-studded cast on a sci-fi adventure about human space travel and interstellar voyage. Featuring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine. Opens November 7.

Wild

Based on a true story, Reese Witherspoon stars as Cheryl, a broken woman reeling from a dissolved marriage and the death of her mother, who decided to hike the 1,000-plus miles of the Pacific Crest Trail alone. Witherspoon’s raw and captivating performance already has awards season buzz. Opens December 5.

The Imitation Game

Red-hot actor Benedict Cumberbatch takes on the story of Alan Turing, the English mathematician and logician who helped crack the Enigma code that turned the tide of World War II. Opens November 21.

Into the Woods

Stephen Sondheim’s beloved musical about fairy tales and the “ever after” gets big screen treatment with Meryl Streep in the wickedly memorable role of the witch. Sings on Christmas Day. 

Unbroken

Torrance legend Louis Zamperini lives on in Angelina Jolie’s take on the popular book. Opens Christmas Day.

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