The only movie opening nationwide this week is Disney’s The Lion King remake directed by Jon Favreau and starring Donald Glover, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, James Earl Jones, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Alfre Woodard, JD McCrary, Shahadi Wright Joseph, John Oliver, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner. The film’s original score is composed by Hans Zimmer (GladiatorThe Dark Knight) who also serves as the executive music producer on the project. Walt Disney Records has released a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score, as well as the movie’s songs written by Elton John & Tim Rice (including a new song), as well as an original song by Beyoncé. Click here for the full album details.

Opening in limited release is the documentary David Crosby: Remember My Name directed by A.J. Eaton and produced by Cameron Crowe. Marcus Eaton and Bill Laurance have composed the film’s original score. No word on a soundtrack release. The movie follows the singer-songwriter as he confronts mortality and assesses all the damage of earlier days. The documentary premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and is being released by Sony Pictures Classics. Visit the official movie website for more information. 

Also opening in limited release is the drama Bottom of the 9th written and directed by Raymond De Felitta and starring Joe Manganiello, Sofia Vergara, Michael Rispoli and Denis O’Hare. The film’s original music is composed by Stephen Endelman (Flirting with Disaster, Home of the Brave, Jawbreaker) who previously scored the director’s last feature Rob the Mob. No soundtrack album has been announced. The movie, which follows a former baseball phenom who – fresh out of prison after a 20 years  – works to win back his respect, his family, his lost love and his dream of being a professional baseball career, is being released in theaters and on VOD by Saban Films.

Also opening in select U.S. theaters is the sci-fi comedy Iron Sky: The Coming Race co-written and directed by Timo Vuorensola and starring Lara Rossi, Vladimir Burlakov, Kit Dale, Julia Dietze, Stephanie Paul, Tom Green and Udo Kier. Tuomas Kantelinen (Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan, Mindhunters, The Legend of Hercules) and Laibach (who scored 2012’s original Iron Sky) have composed the film’s original music. The sequel opened in European theaters earlier this year and is being released in U.S. theaters in theaters and on VOD by Vertical Entertainment.