After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, the universe is in ruins. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers assemble once more in order to undo Thanos' actions and restore order to the universe.
As Scott Lang balances being both a Super Hero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds the Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.
A raunchy animation detailing a lost sausage's existential crisis as he tries to make it back to his shelf through the supermarket aisles after falling out of a shopping cart. No, really.
After another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps, one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark's surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability.
Armed with a super-suit with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, con-man Scott Lang must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.
Tina Fey (30 Rock) and Paul Rudd (This is 40) are paired for the first time on-screen in "Admission", the new comedy/drama directed by Academy Award nominee Paul Weitz (About a Boy, In Good Company), about the surprising detours we encounter on the road to happiness. Every spring, high school seniors anxiously await letters of college admission that will affirm and encourage their potential. At Princeton University, admissions officer Portia Nathan (Tina Fey) is a gatekeeper evaluating thousands of applicants.
Lisa (Reese Witherspoon) is a woman whose athletic ability is the defining passion of her life, having been her focus since early childhood. When she is cut from her team, everything she has ever known is suddenly taken from her. Not knowing what to do, she stumbles toward regular life. In this mode, she begins a fling with Matty (Owen Wilson), a major league baseball pitcher, a self-centered ladies man – a narcissist with a code of honor.
When a couple of lazy hunter-gatherers (Jack Black and Michael Cera) are banished from their primitive village, they set off on an epic journey through the ancient world in Columbia Pictures’ comedy Year One. Harold Ramis directs. The screenplay is by Harold Ramis & Gene Stupnitsky & Lee Eisenberg (“The Office”) from a story by Harold Ramis. The film also stars Oliver Platt, Hank Azaria, David Cross, Paul Rudd and others. Not recommended for viewers under 12 (MS-12)
In “I Love You, Man,” the new comedy from writer/director John Hamburg (“Along Came Polly,” co-writer of “Meet the Parents” and “Meet the Fockers”), Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) is a successful real estate agent who, upon getting engaged to the woman of his dreams, Zooey, (Rashida Jones), discovers to his dismay that he has no male friend close enough to serve as his Best Man. Peter immediately embarks on a series of bizarre and awkward “man-dates” to find such a friend, before meeting Sydney Fife (Jason Segel), a fun-loving, charismatic man – just Peter’s opposite - with whom he instantly bonds.
Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott star in "Role Models" as Danny and Wheeler, two salesmen who trash a company truck on an energy drink-fueled bender. Upon their arrest, the court gives them a choice: do hard time or spend 150 service hours with a mentorship program. After one day with the kids, however, jail doesn't look half bad. Surrounded by annoying do-gooders, Danny struggles with his every neurotic impulse to guide Augie (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) through the trials of becoming a man.
From the producers of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up" comes a comic look at one guy's arduous quest to grow up and get over the heartbreak of being dumped -- if he can only make himself start "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." Struggling musician Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) has spent six years idolizing his girlfriend, television star Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell). He's the guy left holding her purse in paparazzi photos and accidentally omitted from acceptance award speeches. But his world is rocked when she dumps him and Peter finds himself alone.
Rosie (Michelle Pfeiffer) is a 40 something single mother in Los Angeles. But life is not working out exactly as planned. “You Go Girl“, the TV show she produces, is in serious trouble; her sexist boss Marty (Fred Willard) wants to replace it with a reality show, and her assistant Jeannie (Sarah Alexander) is bent on sabotage. Things nearer home aren't much better. Her ex-husband (Jon Lovitz) is having a baby with a younger woman, and Rosie's daughter Izzie (Saoirse Ronan) is hurtling into pubescence, abandoning her Barbie dolls for a schoolboy degenerate.
Allison Scott (Heigl) is an up-and-coming entertainment journalist whose 24-year-old life is on the fast track. But it gets seriously derailed when a drunken one-nighter with slacker Ben Stone (Rogen) results in an unwanted pregnancy. Faced with the prospect of going it alone or getting to know the baby's father, Allison decides to give the lovable doof a chance. An overgrown kid who has no desire to settle down, Ben learns that he has a big decision to make with his kid's mom-to-be: will he hit the road or stay in the picture?
The 40 Year-Old Virgin charts one sweet guy's odyssey from never-done-it to been-there-done-that as he follows disastrous, but well-meaning advice from his friends, endures oh-so-close escapades and almost gives up in search of the one chance that will satisfy his long-delayed gratification.