Below is a list of movies playing in Fort Smith. Show times and information are available at www.carmike.com, www.malco.com and www.movieloungefsm.com.

Opened Thursday

Annabelle: Creation — Years after his daughter’s death, a dollmaker and his spouse take in a nun and girls from an orphanage in director David F. Sandberg’s new horror film. The home’s new guests begin to learn that a possessed doll named Annabelle isn’t as welcoming as the homeowners. Stars Stephanie Sigman, Lulu Wilson, Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto, Samara Lee and Talitha Bateman. (R)

Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature — Will Arnett, Maya Rudolph, Jackie Chan, Isabela Moner, Jeff Dunham, Gabriel Iglesias and Katherine Heigl lend their voices to Cal Brunker’s new animated sequel. Surly and his closest friends attempt to thwart Oakton’s mayor from leveling their home to make room for an amusement park. (PG)

Now playing

The Glass Castle — A young girl grows up while being surrounded by a dysfunctional, on-the-move family. The girl’s mother is an eccentric artist and her father harbors a love for alcohol. Both parents hope to inspire their children so they can forget, at least for some time, their poverty-stricken situation. Stars Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson, Naomi Watts, Ella Anderson, Josh Caras, Max Greenfield and Chandler Head. (PG-13)

Atomic Blonde — Charlize Theron plays an undercover MI6 agent, who is hired to investigate the killing of a fellow agent in Cold War-era Berlin. Double agents and deadly turns begin to threaten the safety of the undercover agent. Co-stars James McAvoy, Eddie Marsan, John Goodman, Sofia Boutella, Toby Jones and Barbara Sukowa. (R)

Baby Driver — Feeling forced into working for a crime boss, a young man (Ansel Elgort) begins to think that his role as getaway driver is a mistake. He also thinks the heist will be a doomed effort with drastic, life-changing results. Co-stars Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx, Morgan Brown, Lily James, Jon Hamm, Michah Howard and Brigitte Kali Canales. (R)

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie — George and Harold try to hypnotize a school official so he will think he is a superhero. (PG)

Cars 3 — This animated sequel finds Lightning McQueen hitting the highway in an effort to prove to younger racers that he remains the best driver in the world. (G)

The Dark Tower — Roland Deschain, known as the Last Gunfighter, continues to battle Walter O’Dim, a struggle that could lead to the toppling of the Dark Tower, a structure that holds the universe together. O’Dim is the one who wants the tower destroyed, while Deschain has appointed himself the protector of the large building. Stars Idris Elba, Katheryn Winnick, Matthew McConaughey and Jackie Earle Haley. (PG-13)

Despicable Me 3 — Gru and his tiny, busy Minions are back in this animated sequel, which has Gru meeting Dru, his long-lost, equally active sibling. Features the voices of Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig. (PG)

Detroit — John Boyega (“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”), Anthony Mackie (“Captain America: Civil War”) and Aglee Smith lead the cast in director Kathryn Bigelow’s new historical drama, which focuses on the Detroit Rebellion. After the Michigan National Guard is called into duty, three young African-American men are killed at the Algiers Motel. (R)

Dunkirk — Allied soldiers from Britain, France and Belgium are cornered by the German army during World War II in this new drama from director Christopher Nolan (“The Dark Knight Rises”). An attempt to evacuate the allies is planned as battles in the air and on the ocean intensify. (PG-13)

The Emoji Movie — Director Tony Leondis’ new animated feature follows Gene, an emoji with multiple expressions and emotions. Gene feels a little left out of things, so he decides to embark on an adventure. Gene wants to become what he calls a normal emoji. Features the voices of T.J. Miller, James Corden, Anna Faris, Patrick Stewart, Sofia Vergara and Sean Hayes. (PG)

47 Meters Down — Two siblings travel to Mexico, where they will eventually be trapped inside a shark cage at the bottom of the ocean. The sisters only have one hour of oxygen, and their fears are heightened as great white sharks circle the cage. (PG-13)

Girls Trip — Four lifelong friends set out for New Orleans, hoping their annual getaway will strengthen their bonds. The trip takes an unexpected turn when dancing, fighting and drinking test the quartet’s friendship and sanity. Stars Queen Latifah, Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith and Tiffany Haddish. (R)

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 — Star-Lord, Rocket, Groot, Gamora and Drax team up again to take on a new mission that will involve the heritage of one of their own. (PG-13)

Kidnap — Halle Berry portrays a mother who will do whatever it takes to protect her son. The woman’s son recently has been kidnapped, forcing the mother to make a vow to save her young loved one. Also stars Chris McGinn, Lew Temple, Sage Correa, Jason George, Kurtis Bedford, Andy Wagner, Malea Rose and Carmella Riley. (R)

Spider-Man: Homecoming — Tom Holland returns as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, who builds a bond with Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) while being forced to take on a deadly opponent known as Vulture (Michael Keaton). (PG-13)

Transformers: The Last Knight — Transformers are at war with humans in director Michael Bay’s latest installment in the popular film franchise. With Optimums Prime gone, the key to the world’s future could be found in the Transformers’ hidden past. (PG-13)

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets — A large city known as Alpha becomes threatened by a strong force in director Luc Besson’s big-screen adaptation of the popular comic series, “Valerian and Laureline.” Valerian and Laureline, two special operatives, work against the clock to identify the menace and help keep their peers safe. Stars Cara Delevingne, Dane DeHaan and Clive Owen. (PG-13)

War for the Planet of the Apes — Director Matt Reeves presents the third film in the “Apes” re-booted series. Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his apes find themselves cornered into participating in a war against a human army. The ongoing struggles begin to influence Caesar’s thought process, threatening to bring out Caesar’s darkest, most violent actions. (PG-13)

Wish Upon — After a young girl discovers a strange box, magic powers are unleashed and could claim the life of at least one individual. The girl was only hoping to have her seven wishes granted, but she changes her priorities when she witnesses various forms of danger. (PG-13)

Wonder Woman — Gal Gadot returns in the role of Wonder Woman, a princess of the Amazons whose life could change when she encounters a pilot (Chris Pine) in director Patty Jenkins’ new film. (PG-13)