Living in a small town, Sabitha (Hailee Steinfeld) is a rebellious teenager who decides to play matchmaker for her newly sober dad, Ken (Guy Pierce) and her odd, down-on-her-luck nanny, Johanna (Kristen Wiig). This indie romance also stars Jennifer Jason Leigh and Nick Nolte.
Hateship Loveship opens in limited release April 11.
Johnny Depp plays Dr. Will Caster, a bit of a mad scientist, tinkering with a highly intelligent robot that also combines a wide range of human emotions. While his attempts to download his own consciousness have made him famous, there is a subversive, secretive group out to stop him. This sci-fi thriller also stars Rebecca Hall, Paul Bettany and Morgan Freeman.
Transcendence opens April 17.
Irish actor Jonas Armstrong plays Elek Cohen, a young man in World War II who impersonates a Nazi SS officer to find his family in war-torn Hungary. This war drama was inspired by a true story and also stars Ben Kingsley.
Walking with the Enemy opens in limited release April 25.
Our beloved Paul Walker stars as an undercover cop in this dystopian crime drama set in futuristic Detroit. In an attempt to control the massive crime wave, police wall up the city, where criminals not only engage in illegal activities but also perform stylized Parkour stunts.
Brick Mansions opens in limited release April 25.
Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, best known for playing the dastardly Jaime Lannister on Game of Thrones, plays another bad boy, this time caught between three women. Leslie Mann, Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton band together to take revenge on their cheating playboy in this romcom with a twist.
The Other Woman opens April 25.
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