CENTRAL COAST, Calif. – Two brand new movies are hitting the big screen this weekend. The summer superhero trend continues with "The Wolverine" while a high school comedy is bringing in a whole lot of laughs.
Here is a breakdown of the latest movies coming to theaters:
Get ready for a high-action adventure with "The Wolverine."
The film takes place after the 2006 movie "X Men: The Last Stand." This time, the Wolverine, played by Hugh Jackman, is forced to leave the recluse of the Yukon for Japan to reunite with an old friend from the war who wishes to have immortal powers just like him.
But soon after, samurai soldiers and gangsters are hot on their tail, leading to a battle of life and death. But can the Wolverine fight them off – while struggling with his own personal demons?
Still casting a spell over the box office is "The Conjuring." The scary flick came out on top, making about $42 million last weekend.
Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren are on a mission to help one family get rid of evil spirits in their farm house. But they soon find out, it's definitely going to be a challenge. And folks – this movie looks pretty scary.
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