Are you heading to the movie theater this weekend? Check your local theater for availability and show times. Here's what's new in theaters! Let us know what you saw in the comments!

Magic Mike

Rating: R

Channing Tatum stars in this drama following an upstart male stripper (Alex Pettyfer) who is mentored by a veteran dancer, played by Tatum. Steven Soderbergh directed from a script by Reid Carolin, whose screenplay was inspired by Tatum's work as a stripper before he made it in Hollywood. Matthew McConaughey, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Cody Horn, and Olivia Munn co-star.

People Like Us

Rating: PG-13

From DreamWorks Pictures comes 'People Like Us,' a drama/comedy about family, inspired by true events, starring Chris Pine ('Star Trek') as Sam, a twenty-something, fast-talking salesman, whose latest deal collapses on the day he learns that his father has suddenly died. Against his wishes, Sam is called home, where he must put his father's estate in order and reconnect with his estranged family. In the course of fulfilling his father's last wishes, Sam uncovers a startling secret that turns his entire world upside down: He has a 30-year-old sister Frankie whom he never knew about (Elizabeth Banks). As their relationship develops, Sam is forced to rethink everything he thought he knew about this family--and re-examine his own life choices in the process.

Ted

Rating: R

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane brings his boundary-pushing brand of humor to the big screen for the first time as writer, director and voice star of Ted.

 

Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection

Rating: PG-13

A Wall Street investment banker who has been set up as the linchpin of his company's mob-backed Ponzi scheme is relocated with his family to Aunt Madea's southern home.

Take This Waltz

Rating: R

When Margot (Michelle Williams), 28, meets Daniel (Luke Kirby), their chemistry is intense and immediate. But Margot suppresses her sudden attraction; she is happily married to Lou (Seth Rogen), a cookbook writer.

Unforgivable

Rating: Not Rated

60 year old crime writer Francis arrives in Venice to pen his latest novel, but struggles to overcome a creative block after becoming obsessed with a youthful former model named Judith.

Neil Young Journeys

Rating: PG

Proud son of Canada Neil Young returns home for a special concert in this documentary directed by Jonathan Demme. Raised in Winnipeg, Young was born in Toronto, and while touring North America in 2011 in support of his album Le Noise, he played a solo show at Massey Hall in Toronto, one of the nation's most prestigious venues. Demme and a camera crew were on hand to document the performance (with the sound crew using a new high-resolution, digital-recording process designed under Young's supervision), and Neil Young Journeys features the artist alone with his guitars and keyboards, playing a rich variety of material from his songbook, ranging from iconic hits to selections from Le Noise and some brand-new material. Demme also joins Young for a road trip through Ontario, as he visits landmarks from his youth and recalls what once was as well as commenting on what is. Neil Young Journeys was Jonathan Demme's third feature-length documentary on Young, following 2006's Neil Young: Heart of Gold and 2009's Neil Young Trunk Show.