It’s Friday, so that means we’re showin you what’s new in theaters in our Malco Movie Minute.
First up… Matthew McConaughey explores the depths of his morality in “Serenity.” He reunites with “Interstellar” co-star Anne Hathaway for this love-on-the-rocks thriller. The Academy Award winners play estranged former spouses scheming for a common cause, their young son,who is in danger from Hathaway’s abusive new husband. She asks her ex to take Jason Clarke out to swim with the fishes. “Serenity” is rated R.
Legendary comedy team Laurel and Hardy face an uncertain future in “Stan & Ollie.” With the golden era of Hollywood films long behind them, diminished by age, the duo set out to reconnect with their fans by touring variety halls in Britain in 1953. The show is a hit, however, Stan and Ollie can’t shake the past as long buried tension and Hardy’s failing health threaten their partnership. The film stars Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly and is rated PG.
Camelot is a working-class flat in “The Kid Who Would be King.” This modern take on the King Arthur legend stars Louis Ashbourne Serkis, the son of motion-capture pioneer Andy Serkis. After getting bullied at school, the young lad finds an ancient sword by the name of “Excalibur” and with that, he forms a regal army to battle a wicked enchantress. “The Kid Who Would be King” is rated PG.