The only movie opening in theaters nationwide this weekend is the spy thriller The 355 co-written and directed by Simon Kinberg and starring Jessica Chastain, Penélope Cruz, Lupita Nyong’o, Diane Kruger, Bingbing Fan, Édgar Ramirez and Sebastian Stan. The film’s original music is composed by Tom Holkenborg (aka Junkie XL) (Mad Max: Fury Road, Zack Snyder’s Justice League, Deadpool, Godzilla vs. Kong, Alita: Battle Angel, Divergent, Black Mass). No word on a soundtrack release. Visit the official movie website to learn more about the Universal Pictures release, which follows four women on a mission to retrieve a top-secret weapon that has fallen into mercenary hands.

Opening in select U.S. theaters and on VOD is the Australian comedy drama June Again written and directed by JJ Winlove and starring Noni Hazlehurst, Claudia Karvan and Stephen Curry. Christopher Gordon (Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, On the Beach, DaybreakersMoby DickCrawlAdore) has composed the film’s original music. The composer has released a soundtrack album featuring his score last spring when the movie opened in Australia. Check our our soundtrack announcement for more information about the movie, which is being distributed in the U.S. by Samuel Goldwyn Films.

Also opening in select theaters and on VOD today is the thriller See for Me directed by Randall Okita and starring Skyler Davenport, Laura Vandervoort, Kim Coates, Emily Piggford, Jessica Parker Kennedy, George Tchortov, Pascal Langdale, Joe Pingue, Matthew Gouveia and Natalie Brown. The film’s original music is composed by Joseph Murray & Lodewijk Vos (Guidance, Across the Line). No soundtrack album has been released. The movie, which follows a blind young woman caught in the crossfire of a home invasion scheme who must rely on a sighted Army veteran via an app to survive the night, is being released by IFC Films.

Also opening in select U.S. theaters today before premiering on Amazon Prime on January 21 is the Iranian drama A Hero (Ghahreman) directed by Asghar Farhadi and starring Amir Jadidi, Mohsen Tanabandeh and Fereshteh Sadr Erfai. The movie doesn’t feature any original score. The film, which follows a man who in prison because of a debt he was unable to repay as he tries to convince his creditor to withdraw his complaint against the payment of part of the sum during a two-day leave, premiered at last year’s Cannes Film Festival and has recently been shortlisted in the International Feature category for this year’s Academy Awards.