OPENING SEPT. 6
In the third installment of the series, Riddick (Vin Diesel) is more dangerous and vengeful than ever before. While fending for his own survival against alien predators on a deserted planet, Riddick is confronted by his intergalactic enemies, whom he quickly lures into his trap in order to get the ultimate revenge. If his scheme prevails, he will be able to return to his home planet and save it from total destruction.
OPENING SEPT. 13
Battle of the Year
Whatever it takes to win an international dance competition, the Americans ain't got it, nor have they had in in the last 15 years. This year will be different though, 'cause America's dream team is determined to be more ready than ever. Armed with an abandoned jailhouse and a fierce choreographer, a former basketball coach (Josh Holloway) must transform an estranged group of the country's best dancers into a synchronized dance machine.
Everything seemed like it was going to be fine because the Lamberts' son was FINALLY out of a coma and safe from the demon's clutches. Everything was supposed to go back to being hunky dory, right? Not right. (It never is.) Now the same crazy old lady demon who haunted Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) when he was a child is back and messing with his head. (Figures.)
OPENING SEPT. 20
Meet the Manzonis, or rather, "The Blakes" - a mob family under the witness protection program sent to live in France. But their new French life starts to go awry when irresistable old family habits - everything from school fights to locker theft to grocery store mayhem - risk exposure of their true identities.
OPENING SEPT. 27
Richie Furst (Justin Timberlake) enters the online poker world in an attempt to gamble for his Princeton University tuition money. After he loses everything, he sets off to a remote island to find the culprit who cheated him. Richie soon becomes entangled in the life of wealth and luxury that his cheat offers to him.