[Movie News] In Theaters This Week – November 3, 2023

As the seasons begin to change again, so do the movie offerings! In addition to the first holiday-themed film, this week’s new releases include a biopic about the relationship of Priscilla and Elvis Presley, a whodunit about a woman who goes to confront her cousin about cheating with her boyfriend only to find out her cousin is dead, a documentary about the Disney Renaissance leading to the subsequent animation boom, and much more!

All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt (PG)

A decades-spanning exploration of a woman’s life in Mississippi and an ode to the generations of people, places, and ineffable moments that shape us.

Directed by Raven Jackson

Starring: Kaylee Nicole Johnson, Chris Chalk Jayah Henry, Sheila Atim, Bernadette Albright

Release date: November 3

Deep Fear

An accomplished round-the-world yachtswoman sets out on a solo trip to meet her boyfriend, Jackson in Grenada. Her tranquil three-day sail aboard 47-foot yacht ‘The Serenity’ takes an unexpectedly dark turn when a storm forces her off the plotted course. Circumnavigating an uninhabited reef-fringed island, she responds to a distress signal to aid a sinking vessel where she finds survivors clinging to the shattered remains of a boat. Events soon take a malevolent twist when it transpires the survivors are savage drug traffickers. In a tense and deadly undersea attack, Naomi must use her wits, skills and determination to survive both the narcos and one of nature’s most awesome apex predators.

Directed by Marcus Adams

Starring: Mãdãlina Ghenea, Ed Westwick, Macarena Gómez, Stany Coppet, Ibrahima Gueye

Release date: November 3

Deep Rising

The fate of the planet’s last untouched wilderness, the deep ocean, is under threat as a secretive organization is about to allow massive extraction of seabed metals to address the world’s energy crisis.

Directed by Matthieu Rytz

Starring: Jason Momoa

Release date: November 3

Glisten and the Merry Mission (G)


Follows Marzipan, a young elfling, and her mother Cinnameg, as Marzipan must believe in the magic of the season and goes on an adventure to rediscover the enchanted snow deer named Glisten and save Christmas.

Directed by Cory Morrison

Starring: Michael Rapaport, Freddie Prinze Jr., Chevy Chase, Trinity Jo-Li Bliss, Dionne Warwick

Release date: November 3

Helen’s Dead

A young woman discovers that her boyfriend is sleeping with her cousin Helen and goes to confront them at a dinner party, only to find out that Helen is dead and everybody is a suspect.

Directed by K. Asher Levin

Starring: Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz, Emile Hirsch, Tyrese Gibson, Beth Dover

Release date: November 3

The Marsh King’s Daughter (R)

A woman seeks revenge against the man who kidnapped her mother.

Directed by Neil Burger

Starring: Daisy Ridley, Ben Mendelsohn, Brooklynn Prince, Gil Birmingham, Caren Pistorius

Release date: November 3

Priscilla (R)

When teenage Priscilla Beaulieu meets Elvis Presley, the man who is already a meteoric rock-and-roll superstar becomes someone entirely unexpected in private moments: a thrilling crush, an ally in loneliness, a vulnerable best friend.

Directed by Sofia Coppola

Starring: Cailee Spaeny, Jacob Elordi, Ari Cohen, Dagmara Dominczyk, Tim Post

Release date: November 3

Pencils vs Pixels

Pencils Vs Pixels is a celebration of the unique magic of 2D hand-drawn animation and an exploration of how the Disney Renaissance of the late 1980s and early 1990s led to an animation boom that was quickly upended by the computer animation revolution that followed. Narrated by Ming-Na Wen, Pencils Vs Pixels features many of the legendary artists who brought these now-classic films to life as they guide us through the last few decades of animation and into the future that’s yet to come.

Directed by Bay Dariz, Phil Earnest

Starring: Ming-Na Wen, Kevin Smith, Seth MacFarlane, Leonard Maltin, Jane Baer

Release date: November 7


Based on the Ghadar movement. It will present Kartar Singh Sarabha’s true-life struggle for freedom.

Directed by Kavi Raz

Starring: Kavi Raz, Mahabir Bhullar, Ankur Rathee, Alex Reece, Mukul Dev

Release date: November 3

Titanic: The Musical

Rona returns to the wild Orkney Islands after a long time. As she reconnects with the dramatic landscape where she grew up, memories of her childhood merge with the more recent challenging events that have set her on the path to recovery.

Written by Peter Stone

Starring: Martin Allanson, Barnaby Hughes, Billy Roberts

Release date: November 4

What Happens Later (R)

Willa and Bill are ex-lovers that will see each other for the first time in years when they both find themselves snowed in, in-transit, at an airport overnight.

Directed by Meg Ryan

Starring: Meg Ryan, David Duchovny, Hal Liggett

Release date: November 3

What new releases will you be seeing this weekend?

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