Cinema-goers will be able to see a whole new world of movie theatres on May 30 when the film industry’s first full month of theatrical releases is unleashed.

And it will be at theaters around the country.

A number of major Hollywood studios have released movies this month to celebrate their first month of releases, and the latest is Sun Ray Cinema, which will open in downtown Los Angeles on May 31.

It’s part of a nationwide trend to open new theaters in major U.S. cities on May, as many moviegoers look for new and different experiences.

There’s also a shift in how the film business is financed, and a growing number of big studios are putting their films on the big screen in a variety of ways, including the use of digital screens and big-screen projection.

Here are some of the biggest releases in May and what they’re worth.MID-TENTH OF OCTOBER:Movies in theaters this month:The big-budget romance “A Valentine’s Day at Ararat” ($8.4 million, 2,715 theaters) is the biggest release of the month.

It opens in a wide-release version on May 18 and will be released nationally May 21.

It’s also the biggest opening of any movie in the film franchise.MAY 18:”A Valentine” is released on May 1 in a wider-release.

The film stars Kate Winslet as an ambitious but unsuccessful romance novelist who tries to marry her fiancé, a scientist.

It is a romantic drama that centers on a young writer trying to find her place in the world and is the first film from the director of “Lone Survivor.”

It stars Kate Beckinsale, Josh Gad, Jason Bateman, Laura Dern, James Badge Dale and Cate Blanchett.

It also stars Emma Stone, Tilda Swinton and Jason Isaacs.MARCH 31:”Lone” is the most recent film to open in a major U, and it opens in select markets on March 31.

The story centers on an American special forces soldier who finds himself stranded in the Middle East, with only limited resources.

It stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Dermot Mulroney, Natalie Portman, Jack Huston, Cate Blakeman, Jennifer Lawrence, Matthew McConaughey, Ben Mendelsohn and Tom Hardy.

The movie also stars Cate Blanchette and Michael Fassbender.

The new “The Imitation Game” is a comedy set in a futuristic, dystopian world where the most elite criminals in the city of New York are on trial.

It has grossed more than $500 million domestically.MARKET WATCH:Midsummer Madness, the fourth annual college basketball tournament, will open on May 19 in select states.

It features some of college basketball’s top teams from around the world including Kentucky, Duke, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Iowa, Kansas and Arizona.

The first round begins on May 10, with the second round beginning May 18.

The Final Four begins on June 7.

The movie, which was directed by the late Seth Grahame-Smith, is based on the novel by the same name.

It follows four high school players who are recruited by one of the best high schools in the country and try to become the best.

It was produced by “Lion” producer Michael Eisner and stars Will Ferrell, Emma Watson, Adam Driver, Adam Sandler, Jason Statham, Jeff Daniels, John C. Reilly, Michelle Williams and Kevin Hart.

The cast includes Will Arnett, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Schwartzman, Matt Damon and James Corden.

It will be distributed by Lionsgate.

The summer movie season kicks off on May 28 with “The Last Kingdom,” which is based off the books of the same title.

It tells the story of an epic war between two kingdoms, and stars Denzel Washington, Kate Winslett, Matthew Modine, Ben Foster, Kevin Kline, John Goodman, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Sam Worthington.

The latest “Gravity” arrives in theaters in select theaters on May 23. “

The End of Summer” opens in theaters on June 14.

The latest “Gravity” arrives in theaters in select theaters on May 23.

It takes place on the planet Earth where the sun is rising.

It revolves around a team of astronauts who have to deal with the effects of the gravitational pull of a planet that is falling apart due to the effects from the mass extinctions.

It starred Matt Damon, Michelle Rodriguez, Sandra Bullock, Michael Cera, Jeff Goldblum, Scott Eastwood, and Andy Garcia.

The movies grossed $972 million worldwide.

“The Jungle Book” hits theaters in the U.K. on May 25, and “Beauty and the Beast” will open