New Movies Out Now in Theaters: What to See This Week 

New Movies Out Now in Theaters: What to See This Week 

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It’s not always easy to find out which movies are hitting theaters each week, especially as the Hollywood strikes led to many release date changes. With the WGA strike resolved and awards season heating up, there are more dramas and prestige productions in theaters for the next few months. November and December are also packed with family-friendly films and crowdpleasers for the holidays.

Relive one of the most iconic concerts of the summer by catching “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” in theaters this week. If you’re looking to get in the holiday spirit for the first week of December, check out limited releases of Eddie Murphy’s “Candy Cane Lane” and George Lopez’s “How the Gringo Stole Christmas.” For those looking for something darker, Anne Hathaway stars in “Eileen,” which is also having a limited release before premiering everywhere next week.

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

Friday, Dec. 1

“Rise of the Footsoldier: Vengeance”
Brainstorm Media (Wide)

“Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé”
AMC Theatres (Wide)

“Raging Grace”
Brainstorm Media (Limited)

“Animal”
AA Films, Sri Venkateswara Creations (Limited)

“Silent Night”
Lionsgate Films (Wide)

“Don’t Suck”
VMI Worldwide (Limited)

“Candy Cane Lane”
Amazon Prime Video (Limited)

“The Shift”
Angel Studios (Limited)

“Teddy’s Christmas”
Capelight Pictures (Limited)

“Godzilla Minus One”
Toho International (Limited)

“La Syndicaliste”
Kino Lorber (Limited)

“Coup de Torchon”
Rialto Pictures (Wide)

“Pianoforte”
Greenwich Entertainment (Limited)

“Shayda”
Sony Pictures Classics (Limited)

“How the Gringo Stole Christmas”
Lionsgate Films (Limited)

“Rise of the Footsoldier: Vengeance”
Brainstorm Media (Limited)

“Eileen”
Neon (Limited)

“Raging Grace”
Brainstorm and Music Box (Limited)

Saturday, Dec. 2

“The Metropolitan Opera: The Magic Flute Holiday Encore”
Fathom Events (Limited)

Sunday, Dec. 3

“Monty Python and the Holy Grail”
Iconic Events Releasing (Limited)

“How the Grinch Stole Christmas”
Fathom Events (Limited)

Tuesday, Dec. 5

“Max Lucado’s Because of Bethlehem”
Fathom Events (Limited)

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