NEW YORK, NY (FOX44) – There's a whole lot of action hitting the theaters, from a fairy tale standing the test of time, to games that are so intense you have to fight to the death.
While there's no kraken to release, there is plenty of action to be unleashed in the epic sequel "Wrath of the Titans", as the mythical tale continues with Zeus' son Perseus fighting a new battle to save his father and all of mankind. Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes and more reprise their roles and this time it was filmed with the 3D IMAX outcome in mind.
From myths to fairytales "Mirror Mirror" brings a comedic retelling of Snow White's classic story with Julia Roberts starring as the Evil Queen and Phil Collins daughter Lily as the apple of Prince Charming's eye.
The Indie documentary "Bully" which received a lot of attention for trying to get its rating down from an "R" to a "PG-13" is released to theaters but without a rating. The film company had argued a lower rating would make its story of the consequences of bullying more accessible to kids. The intention is to get it screened in both theaters, and make it available in schools.
Then big stars headline a couple of limited releases like Clive Owen offering a scary movie outing with "Intruders" as two children in different countries are haunted by the same faceless horror. Plus Liev Schreiber, Seann William Scott, and Jay Baruchel team up for the comedy "Goon" about a bouncer-turned hockey player who looks to score big on the ice.
But can any score as big with audiences as part 1 of the sure to be blockbuster franchise "The Hunger Games"? It's going to be another big showdown to watch at the movies.