Scott Carty on 'Bridget Jones's Baby,' other new releases

Colin Firth, Renée Zelwegger and Patrick Dempsey chat Bridget Jones’s Baby with KOMO’s Scott Carty in London. (Courtesy Universal Pictures)

Bridget Jones’s Baby (Universal Pictures)

Bridget Jones is back. And she’s going to be a mum! But who is the father? Mr. Darcy -– Colin Firth -- or the dashing new guy, Jack, played by Patrick Dempsey.

It’s been 15 years since “Bridget Jones’s Diary” and 11 years since “Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.” Now Renée Zellweger brings a more mature and determined Bridget Jones to the big screen in “Bridget Jones’s Baby.”

As she prepares to give birth, the gentlemen attempt to prove their worth as fathers. That brings to life some very funny twists and treats viewers to incredible laughs throughout the movie.

"Bridget Jones’s Baby" is rated R, and it is a ton of fun!

Snowden (Open Road Films)

There’s "Snowden" -– a new dramatic telling of the story of Edward Snowden, leaking classified information to the media and fearing his life. Oliver Stone wrote and directed this version, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene. "Snowden"s rated R and is 2 hours 14 minutes long.

Blair Witch (Lionsgate)

Just saying the title "Blair Witch" should give you goose bumps. "Blair Witch" is not star-studded, but it is intended to scare the life out of you with video of what may have happened to James’ sister. So,James and his buddies do the only logical thing: They head to the woods to see if they can find her. When will these kids learn? "Blair Witch" is Rated R.

Hillsong: Let Hope Rise (PureFlix Entertainment)

More than 50 million people worldwide worship with the Australia band Hillsong. And now there’s a documentary to showcase the theatrical worship experience in "Hillsong: Let Hope Rise". It’s a PG glimpse into how Hillsong started and how the band's message has grown to be so incredibly popular across the globe.

Mr. Church (Cinelou Films)

Speaking of church, keep your eyes open for"Mr. Church." It stars Eddie Murphy in an incredible role — a dramatic role — as personal cook assigned to feed a ailing mother. But along the way, a bond grows between Mr. Church and the woman’s daughter, played by the very talented Britt Robertson. This is one to keep your eyes on for awards season. "Mr. Church" is rated PG-13.

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