Animation movies

New movies: “Super Pets” to the rescue of the Justice League

“DC League of Super Pets” (Warner Bros., theaters): It’s the Justice League that needs rescuing in this animated image, featuring the voices of Dwayne Johnson as Superman’s dog, Kevin Hart, Keanu Reeves, Natasha Lyonne and Kate McKinnon.

“High-speed train” (Sony, Theaters): In Davd Leitch’s star-studded adaptation of Kotaro Isaka’s novel, Brad Pitt plays an assassin named Ladybug who has one last job to retrieve a briefcase from a bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto. Unfortunately, he is not the only assassin on board.

“Purple Hearts” (Netflix): Sofia Carson is a singer-songwriter who falls in love with a Marine.

“Revenge” (Focus, Cinemas): BJ Novak makes his directorial debut in this thriller about a radio host who tries to solve the mystery of his girlfriend’s murder. Issa Rae co-stars.

• “A love song” (Bleecker Street, Cinemas): This belated love story stars Dale Dickey and Wes Studi as childhood sweethearts trying another chance.

“House Party” (HBO Max, July 28): Jacob Latimore and Tosin Cole star in this remake of the 1990 comedy.

“Sharp Stick” (Utopia, Theaters): Lena Dunham’s second feature as director stars Kristine Froseth as a 26-year-old who begins an affair with her older married employer (Jon Bernthal).

“Not good” (Hulu): This satirical look at social media culture centers on a young woman (Zoey Deutch) who fakes a trip to Paris to gain followers and credibility.

5 August

“Secret Headquarters” (Paramount, cinemas): A child (Walker Scobell from “The Adam Project”) discovers the secret headquarters of a superhero in the basement of his house.

“Easter Sunday” (Universal): Stand-up Jo Koy stars in this Jay Chandrasekhar-directed comedy about returning home to his Filipino American family for the holidays.

“Bodies, Bodies, Bodies” (A24, Theaters): Amandla Stenberg and Maria Bakalova star as partying teenage girls in a secluded mansion in this satirical horror that’s been described as “Scream” meets “Euphoria.”

“Resurrection” (IFC, halls): Rebecca Hall in a psychological horror is always a safe bet.

“The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie” (Netflix): Leo, Raph, Donnie and Mikey are back together to battle the Krang in this animated photo.