It will be an R-rated weekend at the box office, with two new movies opening that are decidedly not for anyone under 18.
The first is an action/adventure about a man running from the forces of hell while on a mission of vengeance. The other is the latest comedy from the men who made one of the top grossing R-rated comedies of all time.
Here's a look at what's new in theaters.
Action, adventure and sex litter Drive Angry, Nicolas Cage's new movie. It finds him teaming with Patrick Lussier, the director behind Dracula 2000 and My Bloody Valentine. In it he plays Milton, a man who breaks out of hell in order to protect his infant granddaughter from the cult that murdered his daughter.
The movie also features Zombieland's Amber Heard as the woman who helps Milton and Prison Break's William Fichtner as "The Accountant." The character is tasked by the devil with catching Milton and bringing him back to hell. Drive Angry was written by Lussier and Todd Farmer, who also wrote Jason X and My Bloody Valentine.
Drive Angry is rated R and runs 1 hour 44 minutes.
The latest comedy from the Farrelly brothers, who also directed Shallow Hal, Stuck on You, Me, Myself & Irene and There's Something About Mary, Hall Pass follows two guys who are given a week off from their marriages by their wives. The husbands are played by Owen Wilson and current Saturday Night Live cast member Jason Sudeikis. Their wives are played by The Office's Jenna Fischer and Married ... with Children's Christina Applegate.
The movie also features Who's the Boss and Charmed's Alyssa Milano, Kingpin's Vanessa Angel and According to Jim's Larry Joe Campbell. It was written by the Farrelly brothers and Pete Jones, who also wrote and directed 2004's Outing Riley and 2002's Stolen Summer.
Hall Pass is rated R and runs 1 hour 38 minutes.
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