No matter whether you love watching superhero movies or romantic comedies, we've got you covered. Here is a list of new movies releasing this weekend.

Black Adam

Dwayne Johnson's highly anticipated movie "Black Adam" hit the theaters this Friday. It features Johnson in the title role. If you love watching DC superhero movies, then you should definitely check out this one.

The action fantasy tells the story of Teth Adam, who got the power of six Egyptian gods. However, after he used his power for vengeance, he got punished and was kept in a prison for 5,000 years. The flick is helmed by Jaume Collet-Serra and it also stars Noah Centineo, Pierce Brosnan, Quintessa Swindell and Aldis Hodge.

Ticket to Paradise

Up for a romantic comedy this weekend? Then don't forget to check out "Ticket to Paradise" starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney. The movie shows how a divorced couple travels to Bali together to stop their daughter from getting married. Helmed by Ol Parker, the movie also features Kaitlyn Dever and Maxime Bouttier. It is available in theaters.

The School for Good and Evil

"The School for Good and Evil" is a treat for those who love the "Harry Potter" franchise. This newly released Netflix movie revolves around besties Agatha and Sophie, who get into an enchanted school and end up on opposing sides of a battle.

It stars Sophia Anne Caruso, Sofia Wylie, Charlize Theron, Michelle Yeoh and Kerry Washington. The movie is helmed by Paul Feig.

Raymond & Ray

If you love watching family drama, here's a story of two half-brothers, Raymond and Ray, who come together to fulfill their estranged father's last wish. Directed by Rodrigo García, the film is available on Apple TV+. Ethan Hawke, Ewan McGregor, Maribel Verdú, Chris Silcox and Sophie Okonedo are part of the flick.


A woman gets infected by a mysterious disease due to an overdose. She returns to her childhood home to get some peace but instead, faces some demons. Ben Steiner's "Matriarch" is streaming on Hulu.

Jemima Rooper, Kate Dickie, Simon Meacock and Nick Haverson play key roles in the movie.

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