This weekend, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson face off against radioactive monsters in the reboot of "Godzilla," Jon Hamm desperately tries to transform Indian cricket players into baseball stars in "Million Dollar Arm," Spike Jonze's Oscar-winning "Her" arrives on DVD, and the 10th season of "The Bachelorette," with Andi Dorfman, kicks off Monday on ABC.
Also in theaters this weekend:
- Directed by James Gray, "The Immigrant" follows a Polish nurse who, newly arrived in 1920's New York, is forced into prostitution by a cunning theater manager. Marion Cotillard stars opposite Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner.
- In the French comedy-drama "Chinese Puzzle," a divorced-man moves to New York on the trail of his two kids and their mother because he can't bear them growing up away from him.
- "Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case" is a documentary that reflects on international artist Ai Weiwei's fight against the Chinese government and the lawsuit meant to silence him.
- Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Thandie Newton, "Half of a Yellow Sun" follows sisters in 1960s Nigeria, who put aside their differences to fight for independence as civil war breaks out.
- "Wolf Creek 2" finds serial-killing pig-hunter Mick Taylor once again in the outback trying to take down more unwitting tourists in this horror flick.
Also on TV this weekend:
- Andy Samberg returns to host "Saturday Night Live" (NBC, 11:30pm ET Saturday).
- The original Lifetime movie "Return to Zero" follows a couple navigating a pregnancy. The film stars Minnie Driver, Paul Adelstein, and Connie Nielsen (Lifetime, 8pm ET Saturday).
- "Barbara Walters: Her Story" commemorates the TV legend's final on-screen appearance prior to her retirement (ABC, 9pm ET Friday).
- The 2014 Billboard Music Awards airs live with performances by Imagine Dragons, OneRepublic, John Legend, Lorde, and more (ABC, 8pm ET Sunday).
- "Coldplay: Ghost Stories." The superstar band plays songs from its upcoming sixth album (NBC, 7pm ET Sunday).