What a great time to get out to the theater! The action-packed sci-fi/fantasy Ant-Man and The Wasp starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly has released. As well, the fascinating documentary about the famous Carlyle hotel Always at the Carlyle is premiering today. Check out all the new releases below! ~Ari Derin
Ant-Man and The Wasp – Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is under house arrest and attempting to juggle his newfound superhero responsibilities with his responsibilities as a father to his young daughter, Cassie, but feels he’s messing up every chance he gets. While he’s grappling with his two very different lives, Lang is approached by Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) and Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), who have a new mission for him. A stealthy criminal named Ghost has gained the ability to phase through objects using stolen Pym technology and threatens to take over the world. Scott finds a crime-fighting partner in Hope who has a suit of her own and dubs herself The Wasp. Click here to watch our interview with Hannah John-Kamen. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Ant-Man and The Wasp
Always at The Carlyle – For 88 years, The Carlyle has been the definition of class and a calling card for Manhattan’s elegant Upper East Side. But while it has housed some of the world’s most famous clientele, the stories within the walls of the hotel rarely leave the premises. Until now. Filmmaker Matthew Miele presents the untold stories and well-kept secrets of The Carlyle, offering an exclusive and provocative peek into the history of the renowned hotel, all from the mouths of The Carlyle’s own guests and employees. Opening in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon and Victoria. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Always at The Carlyle
Boundaries – Single mother Laura (Vera Farmiga) and her 14-year-old son Henry (Lewis MacDougall) are tasked with transporting her estranged father Jack (Christopher Plummer) across the country after his pot-dealing results in him being kicked out of another nursing home. Although their relationship is strained, Laura agrees to drive Jack, unaware that he has stashed $200,000 worth of weed in the trunk of their car.During their cross-country journey, Jack orchestrates a number of unplanned stops and reunites with his old friends while also continuing to deal his stash of pot. Henry begins to form a close bond with Jack, and requests that they make another stop so he can see his own estranged father, Leonard (Bobby Cannavale). Opens in Toronto and Vancouver July 6, and in Montréal on July 13. Click here for showtimes.
Leave No Trace -Will (Ben Foster) and his 13-year-old daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), live an idyllic existence in the woods of Portland, Oregon. When they’re noticed by the authorities, they’re taken into custody and Will’s parenting is questioned. They’re given a trailer to live in and Tom is sent to school, but Will is unhappy with this new existence. When Will tells Tom, who has been enjoying their experience, that they’re leaving, she resists. Opening in Toronto and Vancouver. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Leave No Trace
22 Chaser – Tow truck driver Ben (Brian J. Smith) is a new father with a baby son, but he’s struggling to provide for his family. Having recently moved from a small town to the big city, he’s one of Toronto’s last ethical tow truck drivers. However, that changes when he trades his personal values for financial success and stability for his family as he switches from towing illegally parked cars to chasing road accidents in his rig. Opening in Toronto. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: 22 Chaser