From the calendar
'Dolphin Tale 2'
Return to Clearwater Marine Aquarium for more adventures with Winter, the inspiring dolphin with a prosthetic tale. In this sequel, Winter has lost her surrogate mother. Because dolphins in captivity must be paired up according to federal law, the team at the aquarium is in a race against time to find another companion for Winter or risk losing her to another aquarium.
Rated PG | Opens Sept. 12, 2014
Little orphan boy Eggs (voiced by Isaac Hempstead-Wright) is being raised by a group of misunderstood trash-collecting trolls called Boxtrolls. When an exterminator threatens to wipe out all of the Boxtrolls, Eggs must stand up for his square, corrugated friends.
Rated PG | Opens Sept. 26, 2014
'My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks'
Get ready to shake your tale and party with the My Little Pony Equestria Girls when Rainbow Rocks hits the big screen. This animated film will only be in select theaters for a limited time. See the dates.
Rated G | Opens Sept. 27, 2014, for a limited time at select theaters
'The Hero of Color City'
Ever wonder what crayons do while you're sleeping? In "The Hero of Color City," they travel in their magical crayon box to their fantastical Color City. Once there, the crayons go on amazing adventures, and they don't always stay between the lines. The crayons are voiced by Christina Ricci, Craig Ferguson, Rosie Perez and others.
Rated G | Opens Oct. 3, 2014
'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day'
There are good days, and there are bad days. But Alexander Cooper's entire family is has a truly terrible day in this nod to the classic children's book by the same name. Steve Carrell and Jennifer Garner star in the family movie that goes from bad to worse.
Rated PG | Opens Oct. 10, 2014
'One Direction: Where We Are'
If missing concerts is the story of your life, you've got another chance to see the One Direction "Where We Are" tour. The concert film is in theaters for two days only and includes portions of the concerts along with backstage footage.
Rated PG | In theaters Oct. 11-12, 2014
'The Book of Life'
Follow Manolo (voiced by Diego Luna) as he embarks on a journey through three fantastical worlds in this unique coming-of-age animated adventure comedy. "The Book of Life" also stars Zoe Saldana and Channing Tatum.
Rated PG | Opens Oct. 17, 2014
'Big Hero 6'
With their city in crisis, The Big 6 — lead by an inflatable robot named Baymax (voiced by Scott Adsit) and robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter) — come to the rescue.
Rated PG | Opens Nov. 7, 2014
'Penguins of Madagascar'
Skipper, Rico, Kowalski and Private, the hilarious birds of the TV series by the same name, are going under cover to stop a villain, Dr. Octavius Brine, from destroying the world.
Rated PG | Opens Nov. 26, 2014
'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb'
Prepare yourself for another magical night at The Museum of Natural History, where the statues — including Teddy Roosevelt (one of the final performances for Robin Williams) — and the exhibits come to life.
Rated PG | Opens Dec. 19, 2014
In an adaptation of the Broadway classic, foster child Annie (Quvenzhané Wallis) is taken in by Will Stacks (Jamie Foxx), a New York mayoral candidate who is hoping his kindness to Annie will help him at the polls. It's a hard-knock life, but the sun usually does come out tomorrow for Annie.
Rated PG | Opens Dec, 19, 2014
Paddington, the lovable, well-mannered bear made famous by a series of books by Michael Bond, is taking his story to the book screen. With his characteristic bush hat and blue coat, Paddington has made his way to London where he hopes to make a permanent home.
Rated PG | Opens Jan. 16, 2015