King Kong returns to the silver screen with Jordan Vogt Roberts's new film "Kong: Skull Island." Starring Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, Toby Kebbell, Thomas Mann and John Goodman, the American production is written for the screen by Derek Connolly, Max Borenstein and Dan Gilroy. The film follows a team of scientists who set off to explore an uninhabited island in the Pacific. The expedition which begins with high hopes turns into a race for survival.
The biographical drama, "Neruda," chronicles the life of poet and Communist Senator Pablo Neruda. The film focuses on the political prosecution of Neruda who uffered after criticizing President Gabriel Gonzalez Videla's brutal anti-Communist repression in a speech in the National Congress in 1948. Following his speech, a fascist detective coordinates a manhunt for the Nobel Prize winner poet. Starring Gael Garcia Bernal, Luis Gnecco, Mercedes Moran, Alfredo Castro, Pablo Derqui, Mercedes Moran and Emilio Gutierrez Caba, "Neruda" is directed by Pablo Larrain.
Deli Aşk (Crazy Love)
The Turkish comedy film, "Deli Aşk," starring Emrah Kaman, Pelin Akil, Şafak Pekdemir, Toygan Avanoğlu, Cem Yılmaz, Zafer Algöz and Hakan Altun, tells the story of Ekrem who sells ice-cream on the streets, and his quest to win the heart of the girl he loves. The film, co-directed by Murat Kaman and Murat Dündar, features Turkish comedian Cem Yılmaz as guest actor.
Perde: Ayn-ı Cin (Curtain: The Eye of the Jinn)
Okan, a horror book writer, travels to Antalya to focus on his new book. Since he is unable to get used to wearing glasses, he decides to undergo surgery to correct his eyesight. The surgery goes well, however, after the surgery, Okan starts to see everything, including things he should not be able to see. Okan, who is able to see the realm of jinns, tries to get back to his normal life. Written and directed by Ediz Günay, "Perde: Ayn-ı Cin," is a Turkish horror film, starring Nurhayat Ertetik, Orkun Özen, Uğur Dönmez, Filiz Ger and Burcu Ayhan.
Directed by Ash Brannon, the animated film, "Rock Dog," follows Bodi, who leaves his hometown in order to make his dreams come true. The American production is dubbed by Luke Wilson, Eddie Izzard and J.K. Simmons.
Surf's Up 2: WaveMania
The "Surf's Up" sequel, "Surf's Up 2: WaveMania," is an animated comedy that features WWE Superstars' voices, while matching up against talking animals. Dubbed by Jeremy Shada, Melissa Sturm, Diedrich Bader, the film is directed by Henry Yu.