New in Theaters This Weekend, The Final Paranormal Activity and More
New in Theaters on 10/23: Vin Diesel, Bill Murray, Jem and the Holograms, the final Paranormal Activity and Steve Jobs opens nationwide.
The Last Witch Hunter (PG-13)
Vin Diesel plays a guy cursed with immortality, who's been hunting witches since the Middle Ages. Over the years he gets help from Michael Caine and Elijah Wood. Once the action hits modern day New York, he also gets help from a white witch played by Rose Leslie from Game of Thrones. She was Jon Snow's wildling woman Ygritte.
Rock the Kasbah (R)
Bill Murray plays a tour manager who gets stranded in Afghanistan after Zooey Deschanel bails on her USO tour, and flees the country with his passport and cash. The rest of the cast includes Scott Caan and Danny McBride as two arms dealers he hitches a ride with. Bruce Willis as the mercenary who smuggles her out of the country and Kate Hudson as an American hooker turning tricks in the desert.
Jem and the Holograms (PG)
This is a live-action version of the '80s cartoon, which in almost no way resembles the original version. Aubrey Peeplesplays a small town girl who becomes an overnight star after her sister uploads one of her songs on YouTube. Molly Ringwald plays her aunt, and Juliette Lewis runs the label that signs Jem.
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (R)
This final movie in the series is about a new family who find videotapes of Katie and her sister being trained in the supernatural by their grandmother when they were little. They also find a special camera that lets them see the spirit world, which means you will finally get to see Toby, the evil spirit behind all the chaos and killings.
Steve Jobs opens nationwide. It's had a limited run since the 9th. (R)
Michael Fassbender is Apple founder Steve Jobs in a movie that covers his release of the Mac, his ousting from Apple, and his triumphant return with the iMac. It also features his strained relationship with his daughter, who he denied was his for years. Kate Winslet plays his marketing chief for the Macintosh launch, Jeff Daniels is the Apple CEO who forced Steve Jobs out of the company when the Mac failed to beat the PC, and Seth Rogen is in it as angry Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.