Get Him to the Greek
Jonah Hill plays a record-company intern whose career-making assignment could be considered a music-business rite of passage: escorting a drug-addled rock star (British comic Russell Brand) to a big gig. From the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Nicholas Stoller.
Jen (Katherine Heigl) and Spencer (Ashton Kutcher) are blissful newlyweds until the day Jen discovers that her dream man once was a government assassin. The news does not thrill her. Catherine O'Hara co-stars in this action-comedy from Legally Blonde director Robert Luketic.
The lovable Great Dane that's been a fixture of the comics page since 1954 finally makes it to the big screen. Owen Wilson provides Marmaduke's voice in this live-action family film.
Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley are geneticists whose experiment in human cloning goes creepily awry in this thriller from director Vincenzo Natali and executive producer Guillermo del Toro.
Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Sharlto Copley and UFC champ Quinton "Rampage" Jackson are a disgraced special-ops team out to clear their names in director Joe Carnahan's adaptation of the 1980s TV show. (Insert Mr. T joke here.)
The Karate Kid
This remake of the 1984 Ralph Macchio-Pat Morita flick about a teenage boy who gains personal wisdom as well as mad skills from a kung-fu master stars Jaden Smith (son of Will) as the pupil and Jackie Chan as his teacher.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead
There are vampires in the state of Denmark, or so it appears to a young director (Jake Hoffman, son of Dustin) whose staging of Hamlet has more bite than he expected. Written and directed by Jordan Galland.
Marisa Tomei and John C. Reilly are newly and blissfully in love in this drama from filmmaking brothers Jay and Mark Duplass (The Puffy Chair). Jonah Hill co-stars as Tomei's clinging, interfering son.
Based on a long-running DC Comics character, this supernaturally tinged comedy-Western features Josh Brolin as a badly scarred post-Civil War bounty hunter in search of a mad-dog killer, played, of course, by John Malkovich.
The Killer Inside Me
Casey Affleck is Lou Ford, a 1950s West Texas deputy sheriff, who also happens to be a psychopathic killer. Directed by Michael Winterbottom (A Mighty Heart) and based on Jim Thompson's brilliant and brutal 1952 novel. Kate Hudson and Jessica Alba co-star.
Toy Story 3
Where do toys go when their kid grows up and moves away? Be prepared to well up as Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the toys of Andy's room see their favorite human off to college. Written by Michael Arndt (Little Miss Sunshine) and directed by Lee Unkrich. (We hear Mr. Potato Head steals the movie.)
In her follow-up to 2004's Down to the Bone (the movie that put Vera Farmiga on the map), filmmaker Debra Granik adapts Missouri author Daniel Woodrell's powerful novel about an Ozark mountain girl's desperate search for her missing father.
Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade and Rob Schneider star as childhood buddies reuniting for the first time in 30 years. We're thinking it's a comedy. Directed by Dennis Dugan (I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry).
Knight and Day
Tom Cruise is a renegade secret agent, and Cameron Diaz is his unwitting blind date and, all too suddenly, his reluctant sidekick in a mission to save a brilliant scientist (Paul Dano). Directed by James Mangold (3:10 To Yuma)
Taylor Hackford (Ray) directs his wife, Helen Mirren, along with Joe Pesci, in the so-crazy-it-has-to-be-true story of Sally and Joe Conforte, whose 1970s Reno brothel, known as "Mustang Ranch," led the way to legalized prostitution in Nevada.