Below is a list of movies playing in Fort Smith. Show times and information are available at and

Opened This Week

Eddie the Eagle — Director Dexter Fletcher’s new movie presents the story of Eddie Edwards, the tenacious underdog ski jumper from Britain. Eddie uses his skills and his personal charm to impress the public as they watch the 1988 Winter Olympics. Stars Taron Egerton, Hugh Jackman, Jo Hartley, Christopher Walken, Edvin Endre, Jessica Williams, Rune Temte, Anastasia Harrold and Tim McInnerny. (PG-13)

Gods of Egypt in 3D — Bek is a human hero who forms an alliance with the god, Horus, to execute a plan to overpower Set, a merciless god of darkness. Bek strives to overthrow Set from Egypt’s throne, with the plan forcing Egpyt into a state of conflict and chaos. Stars Brenton Thwaites, Gerard Butler, Courtney Eaton, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Geoffrey Rush, Rufus Sewell, Elodie Yung and Abbey Lee. (PG-13)

Triple 9 — A band of brave criminals and crooked police officers plot to murder a cop across town. If they can kill the man, they are convinced they will be able to pull of their biggest heist to date. Stars Anthony Mackie, Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Gal Gadot, Teresa Palmer, Kate Winslet, Woody Harrelson and Aaron Paul. (R)

Now Playing

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip — Alvin and the gang are back in action, trying to stop Dave from making a massive mistake. (PG)

The Boy — An American nanny is almost horrified to learn that her new English family’s son is actually a life-sized doll in director William Brent Bell’s new horror-themed movie. When strange events begin to take place, the nanny wonders if the doll holds the ability to come alive. Stars Lauren Cohan, James Russell, Jim Norton and Rupert Evans. (PG-13)

The Choice — Gabby meets Travis, a neighbor in a tiny, coastal town, and as their friendship shifts into a deep relationship, their bond is tested by life’s unpredictable, most-defining moments. Stars Teresa Palmer, Benjamin Walker, Alexandra Daddario, Tom Wilkinson, Noree Victoria, Rochelle Aycoth and Maggie Grace. (PG-13)

Daddy’s Home — Will Ferrell plays a radio executive trying to be a great stepdad even when the children’s freewheeling, freeloading father, Mark Wahlberg, arrives to compete for their affection. (PG-13)

Deadpool — Ryan Reynolds plays the reluctant, unlikely super hero in this new film about the popular Marvel comic book character. Once a Special Forces operative, Deadpool becomes a mercenary and is subjected to strange experiments that allow him to have accelerated healing powers. Also stars Brianna Hildebrand, Stefan Kapicic, Karan Soni, Ed Skrein and Michael Benyaer. (R)

Dirty Grandpa — Robert De Niro stars in this new comedy about a young man who is tricked into driving his lewd grandfather during spring break. (R)

The 5th Wave — Aliens have launched four waves of attacks on earth, rendering the planet a wasteland full of danger in director J. Blakeson’s new film. A young female named Cassie is on the run, doing everything in her power to protect her younger brother. Stars Chloe Grace Moretz, Gabriela Lopez, Matthew Zuk and Bailey Anne Borders. (PG-13)

The Finest Hours in 3D — Near Cape Cod, members of the Coast Guard attempt to make a daring rescue in 1952. The rescue attempt is staged after two oil tankers are destroyed during a massive snow storm. Stars Chris Pine, Casey Affleck, Holliday Grainger, Kyle Gallner, Ben Foster, Rachel Brosnahan, John Margo and Michael Raymond-James. (PG-13)

The Good Dinosaur — An Apatosaurus named Arlo greets an unlikely human friend in this animated film. (PG)

Hail, Caesar! — The Cohen Brothers’ latest film is set in the 1950s, where a Hollywood fixer works tirelessly to keep studio stars in line and out of the gossip columns. Stars Scarlett Johansson, Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Channing Tatum, Frances McDormand, Jonah Hill, Emily Beecham, Christopher Lambert, Natalie Bassett and Alison Phil. (PG-13)

How to Be Single — Lonely people roam the streets of New York, hoping to find that perfect match. Alice, Lucy, Meg, Robin, David and Tom discover what they have in common — the need to learn how to be single and live in world where the definitions of love constantly change. Stars Rebel Wilson, Dakota Johnson, Anders Holm, Nicholas Braun, Leslie Mann and Damon Wayans Jr. (R)

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 — Katniss and those in District 13 engage in a dangerous revolution. (PG-13)

Kung Fu Panda 3 — Po the panda is greeted by his long-lost father in this animated sequel. The sinister Kai begins defeating kung fu masters in the region, causing Po to spring into action. Features the voices of Jack Black, Angelina Jolie and Dustin Hoffman. (PG)

The Lady in the Van — An individual forms a strange, unexpected bond with a woman who has parked her vehicle in his driveway. Stars MaggieSmith, Alex Jennings, Jim Broadbent, Jamie Parker, Clare Hammond, Roger Allam, George Fenton and Deborah Findlay. (PG-13)

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies — Burr Steers directs Lily James, Douglas Booth and Lena Headey in this new film that mixes Jane Austen’s classic tale of class-hopping love and passion with a relentless army of zombies. Also stars Sam Riley, Bella Heathcote and Jack Huston. (PG-13)

Race — This new film chronicles Jesse Owens’ driven mission to become the greatest track and field athlete in history. He hopes to make the 1936 Olympics, where, if he makes it, he will come face to face with Adolf Hitler’s vision of Aryan supremacy. Stars Stephan James, Eli Goree and Jason Sudeikis. (PG-13)

The Revenant — Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy star in this new drama about a frontier fur trader named Hugh Glass, who is on a mission of survival after being brutally attacked by a bear. Co-stars Will Poulter, Forrest Goodluck and Kristoffer Joner. (R)

Ride Along 2 — Ben knows his wedding is fast approaching, so he leaves for Miami with a future in-law in an attempt to take down a drug pusher. It turns out the drug dealer is supplying the dealers in the Atlanta region. Stars Ice Cub, Kevin Hart, Benjamin Bratt and Tika Sumpter. (PG-13)

Risen — Starring Cliff Curtis, Tom Felton and Joseph Fiennes, this new drama features the epic Biblical story of Jesus’ resurrection, as told by a non-believer. Clavius and Lucius are asked to solve the mystery of what happened to Jesus in the days following his crucifixion. The duo hopes to disprove the rumors that Jesus rose from the dead. (PG-13)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens — Director J.J. Abrams ("Star Trek: Into Darkness") directs the seventh film in the series, which takes place 30 years after the events of "Return of the Jedi." Han Solo, Chewbacca and other familiar faces are joined by Rey, Poe and Finn to fight against Kylo Ren. Stars Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Oscar Isaac. (PG-13)

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi — An American ambassador is killed during an attack at a U.S. compound in Libya, and a security team frantically tries to understand what happened, and why in director Michael Bay’s latest film. Stars John Krasinski. (R)

The Witch — William and Katherine are two people living a life devoted to Christianity. When their sixth child mysteriously disappears, the family’s crops fail. The family then begins to turn on each other as their fears and anxieties pave a way to pure evil. Stars Kate Dickie, Ralph Ineson and Anya Taylor-Joy. (R)

Zoolander 2 — Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson return as the joke-telling models, who are faced once again with opponents who wish to remove them from the modeling business forever. Co-stars Justin Theroux, Christine Taylor, Will Ferrell, Penelope Cruz, Benedict Cumberbatch and Kristen Wiig. (PG-13)