New Movies Out Now in Theaters: What to See This Week – Variety

It’s not always easy to find out which movies are hitting theaters each week, especially after the Hollywood strikes led to many release date changes. With the WGA and actors strikes resolved and awards season heating up, there are more dramas and prestige productions in theaters this month. February brings a range of films spanning genres.
Ethan Coen’s action comedy “Drive-Away Dolls,” starring Margaret Qualley and Beanie Feldstein, hits theaters this week. Also check out the drama “Ordinary Angels” with Alan Ritchson and Hilary Swank. A limited release of the best international feature Oscar nominee “Io Capitano” will be in theaters this week as well. Next week, get ready for the much-anticipated sequel “Dune: Part Two,” starring Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya, along with franchise newcomers Austin Butler and Florence Pugh.

Check back each week to find the latest releases in theaters, from big-budget wide releases to niche independent titles.
Wednesday, Feb. 21
“Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children”
Fathom Events (Limited)
“The Lobster”
A24 (Limited)
Friday, Feb. 23
IFC Films (Limited)
“Io Capitano”
Cohen Media Group (Limited)
VMI Releasing (Limited)
“Golden Years”
Music Box Films (Limited)
“Ordinary Angels”
Lionsgate (Wide)
“The Invisible Fight”
Kino Lorber (Limited)
“Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To the Hashira Training”
Sony Pictures Releasing (Wide)
“About Dry Grasses”
Sideshow Releasing (Limited)
Vertical Entertainment (Limited)
“The Stolen Valley”
Blue Fox Entertainment (Wide)
“Drive-Away Dolls”
Focus Features (Wide)
Vertical Entertainment (Limited)
“Isle of Hope”
Aventura Entertainment (Limited)
“Drugstore June”
Shout! Studios (Limited)
Game Theory Films (Limited)
Tuesday, Feb. 27
Gravitas Ventures (Limited)
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