There are three new movies opening this weekend. "Thor: The Dark World" is this weekend's main attraction at the box office. It's going up against a "Hunger Games" parody called "The Starving Games" and a time traveling romance flick starring Rachel McAdams.

Check out the trailers for all three below.

The sequel to "Thor" picks up after the events of "The Avengers." Chris Hemsworth returns as Thor and Tom Hiddleston is his brother Loki, who's locked up on Asgard for attacking Earth.

Almost everyone else from the first "Thor" is back, including Anthony Hopkins as Odin and Natalie Portman as Thor's scientist girlfriend.

This is the eighth movie to take place in the Marvel universe, and supposedly it has a darker feel to it. You'll want to stay to the end of the credits for two extra scenes.The first scene happens midway through the credits. The other scene comes at the end.

A spoof of "The Hunger Games" that also rips on "The Avengers," "Oz the Great and Powerful" and "Harry Potter."

A guy learns he can travel through time and relive certain moments of his life until he gets them right. But then he has to make his girlfriend fall in love with him again, after he accidentally makes it so they'd never met.