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Winter movie preview: 'Captain Marvel,' 'Miss Bala,' 'Dumbo' and nearly 200 more new releases

The following is a list of films to be released this winter and spring from Wednesday through April 26. Release dates subject to change.


Dragon Ball Super: Broly

Anime directed by Tatsuya Nagamine. Funimation


All These Small Moments

Drama with Molly Ringwald, Brian D'Arcy James, Brendan Meyer, Sam McCarthy, Harley Quinn Smith, Jemima Kirke. Written and directed by Melissa B. Miller Constanzo. Orion Classics


Adult Life Skills

Comedy-drama with Jodie Whittaker. Written and directed by Rachel Tunnard. Screen Media

The Brawler

Drama with Zach McGowan, Amy Smart, Taryn Manning. Directed by Ken Kushner. Vertical Entertainment

Don't Come Back From the Moon

Drama with James Franco, Rashida Jones. Directed by Bruce Thierry Cheung. Brainstorm Media


Comedy with Alysia Reiner, Christina Hendricks, Anna Camp, David Alan Basche, Gbenga Akinnagbe. Directed by Marianna Palka. Gravitas Ventures


Documentary directed by Chris Smith. Netflix


Comic book thriller with Bruce Willis, James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, Sarah Paulson, Samuel L. Jackson. Written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. Universal Pictures

I Hate Kids

Comedy with Tom Everett Scott, Tituss Burgess, Julian Feder, Rachel Boston. Directed by John Asher. Freestyle Digital Media

La Religieuse

Restoration of 1966 French drama with Anna Karina, Liselotte Pulver, Micheline Presle, Francisco Rabal. Rialto Pictures

The Last Man

Action with Hayden Christensen, Harvey Keitel, Marco Leonardi. Directed by Rodrigo H. Vila. Lionsgate


Horror with Phillip Andre Botello, Zachery Byrd, Zack Weiner. Directed by Daniel Robbins. IFC Midnight

Split Lip

Action with Doree Seay. Written and directed by Christopher Sheffield. Indie Rights

St. Bernard Syndicate

Comedy with Frederik Cilius Jorgensen, Rasmus Bruun. Directed by Mads Brugger. Uncork'd Entertainment

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

Crime drama with James Badge Dale, Happy Anderson, Patrick Fischler, Brian Geraghty, Chris Mulkey. Written and directed by Henry Dunham. RLJE Films


Drama with Eric Roberts, T.C. Stallings, Dey Young, Tea McKay. Directed by John David Ware. Cinespots

Jan. 24

The Final Wish

Horror with Lin Shaye, Michael Welch, Melissa Bolona, Tony Todd. Directed by Timothy Woodward Jr. Cinedigm

Jan. 25

An Acceptable Loss

Thriller with Tika Sumpter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ben Tavassoli, Deana Dunagan, Alysia Reiner, Clarke Peters, David Eigenberg, Jeff

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