By Shannon Luster |Staff Writer|
The movies of 2013, coming soon to a theater near you, will make you laugh, cry or grab onto your theater seat horrified. Get your ticket stubs ready for these six highly anticipated movies.
“The Big Wedding” revolves around a funny, dysfunctional, family, reuniting for a wedding.
This movie sports a talented cast, including Robert De Niro and Diane Keaton.
They bicker and joke at the dinner table and elsewhere for our entertainment.
You’re invited to the wedding on April 26.
“Pain and Gain” centers around two body-builders turned criminals, starring Dwayne Johnson and Mark Wahlberg.
This action-comedy-crime movie, based on a true story, delivers sports-cars at high speeds and in high risk scenarios and beautiful women.
Check it out on April 26.
Actor Robert Downey Jr. returns as Tony Stark aka Iron Man in the latest installment of the series, “Iron Man 3.”
Iron Man faces the Mandarin, a terrorist and self-proclaimed teacher, portrayed by actor Ben Kingsley.
This movie showcases exploding buildings and a variety of different Iron Men fighting high in the sky.
“Iron Man 3” flies into theaters on May 3.
“The Great Gatsby,” based on the novel by author F. Scott Fitzgerald, is brought to life on the screen, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as the title role, and including Tobey Maguire and Carey Mulligan.
Compelling music, rich costumes, and edgy camera angles heightens the drama, transporting you into the glamorous, dangerous world of the rich and powerful.
Step into the world of “The Great Gatsby” on May 10.
“The Purge” promises to showcase the dangerous game of kill or be killed.
This movie brings the twisted game of life and death to a quiet, suburban neighborhood in the United States.
Watch a family’s struggle for survival in their own home against masked murderers.
Actor Rhys Wakefield’s character channels Heath Ledger’s unstable, charismatic Joker from the wildly popular movie, “The Dark Knight.”
The mystery surrounding the identity of Wakefield’s character adds to growing hype around this movie, presenting you with another reason to watch “The Purge.”
Hide behind your theater seat, horrified, because “The Purge” arrives on May 31.
“The Bling Ring,” based on a true story, follows a group of teenagers who break into homes and steal from the wealthy.
Actress Emma Watson, as edgy Nicki, shows a different side to her acting skill.
Nicki looks nothing like good-girl Hermione from the most popular “Harry Potter” movies that first launched Watson’s acting career.
Watson’s breakthrough, mainstream performance since “Harry Potter” and director Sofia Coppola are good reasons to see “The Bling Ring,” scheduled for limited release on June 14.
Grab your wallets, race to your local theater and enjoy everything the movies can offer you.