Four new movies are opening wide this weekend:

Expecting to enjoy the biggest box office debut of the year so far is the action sequel Fast Five. The film’s music is composed by Brian Tyler. Check out our news entry from yesterday for a video interview with Tyler and recording sessions footage from the project. A score album will be released next Tuesday by Varese Sarabande and is already available on iTunes and a song album with three score cues is coming out on ABCKO Records.

Also opening wide is the teen comedy Prom directed by Joe Nussbaum. The film’s score is by Deborah Lurie. As reported earlier this month, a soundtrack with songs from the movie has been released by Hollywood Records, but none of Lurie’s original score is included.

Also making its debut is the 3D animated film Hoodwinked Too! Hood VS. Evil. The film’s score composed by Murray Gold is available to download on Amazon and will be released on CD on May 17 by Lakeshore Records. Check out our soundtrack announcement for more information on the score album. A separate soundtrack album with the songs from the movie has also been released by the label. It’s now available to download on Amazon and can be pre-ordered on CD here.

Opening semi-wide in about 900 theaters is the horror thriller Dylan Dog: Dead of Night. The film directed by Kevin Munroe and starring Brandon Routh features a score by Klaus Badelt. No soundtrack album has been announced at this point. For more information on the project, visit our previous news article.

Opening in limited release is Takashi Miike’s martial arts action film 13 Assassins. The film’s music is composed by Koji Endo. A soundtrack album has been released in Japan, but is only available in the US as an import. Visit Screen Archives for audio clips and more information on the album. To learn more about the film, visit the official movie webpage.