This Weekend's Movies Include a Halloween Comedy, one Horror Flick, and That Movie Where Tom Hanks and Halle Berry Play Six Roles
#1.) "Silent Hill: Revelation 3D" (R) Trailer
Sean Bean and Radha Mitchell are back for the second "Silent Hill" horror movie, but this time their daughter is played by a blonde minx named Adelaide Clemens. On her 18th birthday, she discovers who she really is while searching for her missing father.
Carrie Anne Moss and Malcolm McDowell are also in it. And even though this is only the second movie, the plot is actually based on the third video game.
#2.) "Fun Size" (PG-13) Trailer
Victoria Justice and her best friend spend Halloween night running around town trying to find her little brother, after she loses him while trick-or-treating. Chelsea Handler plays her mom, and Jane Levy from "Suburgatory" plays the best friend.
(This is also that movie where Chelsea dresses up as a naughty school girl. You can watch a longer clip of that scene here.)
#3.) "Cloud Atlas" (R) Trailer
Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugo Weaving, and Hugh Grant play multiple characters in this sci-fi movie that explores how the actions and consequences of individual lives impact one another throughout the past, the present and the future. They each have six parts to play, and some of those include different ethnicities, different ages and even different GENDERS. For instance, Halle plays a Jewish woman in the 1930s, as well as an old Asian man in the future.
Susan Sarandon and Keith David took on four roles, Jim Broadbent has five parts, and young Jim Sturgess gets the most screen time with SEVEN characters. (Check out some of the transformations the actors went through here, which includes Hugh Grant as a cannibal chief.)
It's directed by the Wachowski siblings, creators of the "Matrix" trilogy, and a guy named Tom Tyker, who did "Run Lola Run".
#4.) "Chasing Mavericks" (PG) Trailer
Gerard Butler plays a surfing legend who trains a young kid to ride California's Mavericks surf break, one of the biggest waves on Earth. The kid is played by a newcomer named Johnny Weston, and Elisabeth Shue plays his mom.