Below is a list of movies playing in Fort Smith. Show times and information are available at www.amctheatres.com, www.malco.com and www.movieloungefsm.com.

Opened Thursday

It — Director Andy Muschietti's reimagined take on the Stephen King thriller shows what happens when bullied kids form a group in an effort to stand up against an unspeakable evil. That evil takes the form of a clown, who is hunting children throughout town. Stars Bill Skarsgard, Jaeden Lieberher, Sophia Lillis and Finn Wolfhard. (R)

Opening Today

Home Again — Reese Witherspoon, Michael Sheen, Nat Wolff and Lake Bell are among the cast members in this comedy laced with romance. A single mom living in Los Angeles unintentionally alters her life when she allows three young males to move into her home. Co-stars Candice Bergen, Josh Stamberg, Lola Flanery and Eden Grace Redfield. (PG-13)

Now Playing

All Saints — John Corbett, Cara Buono, Barry Corbin and David Keith star in this new film that is based on a true story. A former salesman pursues life as a pastor for a small church and crosses paths with a group of refugees from Southeast Asia. (PG)

Annabelle: Creation — Years after his daughter's death, a dollmaker and his spouse take in a nun and girls from an orphanage in director David F. Sandberg's new horror film. The home's new guests begin to learn that a possessed doll named Annabelle isn't as welcoming as the homeowners. Stars Stephanie Sigman, Lulu Wilson and Anthony LaPaglia. (R)

Baby Driver — Feeling forced into working for a crime boss, a young man (Ansel Elgort) begins to think that his role as getaway driver is a mistake. He also thinks the heist will be a doomed effort with drastic, life-changing results. Co-stars Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx. (R)

The Big Sick — Kumail Nanijani, Zoe Kazan and Holly Hunter lead the cast in this comedy about what happens when a Pakistan-born comedian falls in love with a grad student. Cultures clash and family get-togethers grow tense. Also stars Zenobia Shroff and Aidy Bryant. (R)

Birth of the Dragon — Director George Nolfi's new film offers a modern spin on the early days of martial arts icon and movie star Bruce Lee (Philip Ng). Lee's controversial battle with kung fu master Wong Jack Man are among the events examined in the film. (PG-13)

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie — George and Harold try to hypnotize a school official so he will think he is a superhero. (PG)

Cars 3 — This animated sequel finds Lightning McQueen hitting the highway in an effort to prove to younger racers that he remains the best driver in the world. (G)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Re-release) — Director/writer Steven Spielberg's 1977, Oscar-winning epic features a man named Roy (Richard Dreyfuss), who witnesses what he thinks could be a UFO. Sunburned from the encounter, Roy begins to act strangely and starts to pull himself away from his family, job and friends. (PG)

The Dark Tower — Roland Deschain, known as the Last Gunfighter, continues to battle Walter O'Dim, a struggle that could lead to the toppling of the Dark Tower, a structure that holds the universe together. Stars Idris Elba, Katheryn Winnick, Matthew McConaughey and Jackie Earle Haley. (PG-13)

Despicable Me 3 — Gru and his tiny, busy Minions are back in this animated sequel, which has Gru meeting Dru, his long-lost, equally active sibling. (PG)

Dunkirk — Allied soldiers from Britain, France and Belgium are cornered by the German army during World War II in this new drama from director Christopher Nolan ("The Dark Knight Rises"). (PG-13)

The Emoji Movie — Director Tony Leondis' new animated feature follows Gene, an emoji with multiple expressions and emotions. Gene feels a little left out of things, so he decides to embark on an adventure. Features the voices of T.J. Miller, James Corden, Anna Faris, Patrick Stewart and Sofia Vergara. (PG)

47 Meters Down — Mandy Moore starts in this thriller about someone who is trapped with sharks. (PG-13)

Girls Trip — Four lifelong friends set out for New Orleans, hoping their annual getaway will strengthen their bonds. Stars Queen Latifah and Regina Hall. (R)

The Glass Castle — A young girl grows up while being surrounded by a dysfunctional, on-the-move family. The girl's mother is an eccentric artist and her father harbors a love for alcohol. Both parents hope to inspire their children so they can forget their poverty-stricken situation. (PG-13)

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 — Star-Lord, Rocket, Groot, Gamora and Drax team up again to embark on a new, danger-filled mission. (PG-13)

The Hitman's Bodyguard — Samuel L. Jackson, Ryan Reynolds and Gary Oldman star in director Patrick Hughes' new action-comedy that focuses on the world's best bodyguard and the hit man he must protect. (R)

Kidnap — Halle Berry portrays a mother who will do whatever it takes to protect her son. The woman's son recently has been kidnapped, forcing the mother to make a vow to save her young loved one. (R)

Leap! — With the goal of becoming a professional ballerina, a young orphan girl flees her town and heads to Paris in this new animated adventure. Shortly after arriving in Paris, the girl takes on another identity, hoping to become a big name at the Grand Opera House. Features the voices of Elle Fanning, Carly Rae Jepsen, Elana Dunkelman, Maddie Ziegler and Dane DeHaan. (PG)

Logan Lucky — Two brothers try to follow through with their plan to pull off a major heist during a NASCAR race in the newest film from director Steven Soderbergh ("Ocean's 13"). Stars Adam Driver, Channing Tatum and Daniel Craig. (PG-13)

Megan Leavey — Based on a true story, this movie centers around the unique bond a young Marine has on her military combat dog during their deployment in Iraq. Stars Kate Mara, Ramon Rodriguez and Tom Felton. (PG-13)

Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature — Will Arnett, Maya Rudolph, Jackie Chan, Isabela Moner, Jeff Dunham, Gabriel Iglesias and Katherine Heigl lend their voices to Cal Brunker's new animated sequel. Surly and his closest friends attempt to thwart Oakton's mayor from leveling their home. (PG)

Spider-Man: Homecoming — Tom Holland returns as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, who takes on a deadly opponent known as Vulture (Michael Keaton). (PG-13)

Terminator 2: Judgement Day in 3D — This re-release of director/co-writer James Cameron's 1991 sci-fi  favorite finds the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) trying to help a woman (Linda Hamilton) and her son (Edward Furlong) keep away from a newer, deadlier Terminator (Robert Patrick). (R) 

Transformers: The Last Knight — With Optimums Prime gone, the key to the world's future could be found in the Transformers' hidden past. (PG-13)

Tulip Fever — Director Justin Chadwick's new film follows a gifted artist, who develops strong feelings for the married woman he has been commissioned to paint. This shifting of emotions and their results occur during what was called the Tulip mania of Amsterdam back in the 1600s. Stars Dane DeHaan, Alicia Vikander, Zach Galifianakis and Judi Dench. (R)

War for the Planet of the Apes — Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his apes find themselves cornered into participating in a war against a human army. The ongoing struggles threaten to bring out Caesar's darkest, most violent actions. (PG-13)

Wind River — An FBI agent teams with a town's veteran game tracker to investigate a murder that occurred on a Native American reservation. Stars Kelsey Asbille, Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen and Julia Jones. (R)

Wonder Woman — The future Justice League member (Gal Gadot) meets a war pilot (Chris Pine) and vows to battle a powerful adversary. (PG-13)