A rundown of what to find in theaters this week

New releases:

“Logan”

Hugh Jackman reprises his role as Logan/Wolverine (reportedly for the last go-round), this time protecting a special girl against dark forces. The claws are out for this one, as it's R-rated.

“Table 19”

Anna Kendrick gets dumped both by her boyfriend and as the maid of honor in her best friend's wedding. She decides to attend anyway in this comedy-drama.

“XX”

This horror anthology shares stories from four female filmmakers, most notably the directing debut of musician/human treasure Annie Clark (St. Vincent).

“A United Kingdom”

The true story of the forbidden love between the king of Botswana (David Oyelowo) and a white Londoner (Rosamund Pike) who decide to marry just as apartheid is taking hold in South Africa.

“Before I Fall”

A popular high school girl (Zoey Deutch) is stuck in a loop reliving the last day of her life. It's “Groundhog Day” for “Heathers.”

“The Shack”

Octavia Spencer stars in this adaptation of a best-selling novel about a father's spiritual journey in the wake of a family tragedy.

Limited screenings:

“Kings and Queens and In-Betweens”

The Gateway Film Center is bringing director Gabrielle Burton's acclaimed documentary on the drag kings, queens and transgender performers of Columbus' own robust scene as it busts the bubble of the binary.

Sci-Fi Sleepover Spring Edition

The GFC's continuing series of overnight sci-fi mini-marathons is headlined by the sci-fi horror of “Event Horizon,” as well as “The Running Man,” “Damnation Alley” and “Timecrimes.”

Alive recommends:

“Moonlight”

Oscar night's wild snafu grabbed the headlines, but you should see for yourself why Barry Jenkins' unforgettable coming-of-age film deserved Best Picture all along.