Opening in theaters nationwide this weekend is the action drama Top Gun: Maverick directed by Joseph Kosinski and starring Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Glen Powell, Jon Hamm and Ed Harris. The film’s original music is composed by Lorne Balfe (Mission: Impossible – FalloutBlack Widow, His Dark Materials), Harold Faltermeyer (Top GunBeverly Hills Cop), Lady Gaga and Hans Zimmer (Inception, Gladiator, The Dark Knight). Interscope Records has released a soundtrack album featuring the composers’ score, as well as songs by Gaga, OneRepublic & Kenny Loggins today. Check out our soundtrack announcement for the full album details and to learn more about the Paramount Pictures release.

Also opening wide is the animated feature The Bob’s Burgers Movie directed by Loren Bouchard & Bernard Derriman and starring Kristen Schaal, H. Jon Benjamin, Eugene Mirman, John Roberts, Dan Mintz, Zach Galifianakis, Larry Murphy and Kevin Kline. Bouchard & Nora Smith wrote the film’s original songs and Tim Davies orchestrated, arranged and conducted the movie’s score. Bouchard, John Dylan Keith, Chris Maxwell, Phil Hernandez, Tim & Patrick Dacey and Brent Knopf are also credited for providing additional music. Hollywood Records has released a soundtrack album featuring both score and songs. Click here for the full album details and for more information about the 20th Century Studios production.

Opening in limited release is the Italian-language drama A Chiara written and directed by Jonas Carpignano and starring Swamy Rotolo, Claudio Rotolo and Grecia Rotolo. The film’s original music is composed by Dan Romer (Luca, Station Eleven, Maniac, Superman & Lois, The Good Doctor, Beasts of No Nation) & Benh Zeitlin (Beasts of the Southern Wild, Wendy). No soundtrack album has been announced. The movie, which revolves around a teenager who gradually comes to discover that her close-knit family is not all that it seems, premiered at last year’s Cannes Film Festival and is being distributed in the U.S. by Neon.

Also opening in select theaters is the comedic thriller 18 1/2 directed by Dan Mirvish and starring Willa Fitzgerald, John Magaro, Vondie Curtis Hall, Richard Kind, Catherine Curtin, Ted Raimi, Sullivan Jones, Jon Cryer and Bruce Campbell. Luis Guerra (Bernard and Huey, In Stereo) has composed the music for the film, which follows a woman in the Nixon White House who tries to leak the 18 1/2 minute tape to a reporter. A soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score has been released last month. Visit Amazon or any other major digital music services to stream/download the album.

Opening in select theaters today before coming out on VOD on June 7 is the indie comedy Dinner in America written and directed by Adam Rehmeier and starring Kyle Gallner, Emily Skeggs, Griffin Gluck, Pat Healy, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Hannah Marks, David Yow, Nick Chinlund and Lea Thompson. The film’s original music is composed by John Swihart (Napoleon DynamiteHow I Met Your Mother, Table 19, Youth in Revolt). No word on a soundtrack release. Check out our previous article to learn more about the movie, which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and is being distributed by Best & Final Releasing.

Opening in select theaters and on VOD today is the crime thriller There Are No Saints directed by Alfonso Pineda Ulloa, written by Paul Schrader and starring Neal McDonough, Ron Perlman, Brian Cox and Tommy Flanagan. Heitor Pereira (Despicable Me, Minions, The Angry Birds Movie, The Valet, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, Smallfoot, The Smurfs) has composed the film’s original music. No soundtrack release is expected. Check out our scoring assignment announcement for more information about the movie, which is being released by Saban Films.

Opening in a single theater before premiering on Netflix next Friday, June 3 is the Australian action thriller Interceptor directed by Matthew Reilly and starring Elsa Pataky, Luke Bracey, Aaron Glenane, Belinda Jombwe, Mayen Mehta, Rhys Muldoon, Colin Friels, Marcus Johnson and Zoe Carides. The film’s original music is composed by Michael Lira (The Hunter, Growing Up Smith, Wyrmwood: Road of the DeadNekrotronicBlack Water: Abyss). Check out our previous article to learn more about the movie.