Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner pursue a not-so-secret office romance in the serviceable movie “Draft Day.”
“We need a Julius Caesar,” intones Col. Graff (Harrison Ford, above with Ben Kingsley, left). That could be young Ender (right, played by Asa Butterfield), tapped to help defend Earth against the bug-eyed space travelers, the Formics.
Jesse Eisenberg plays a egotistical card-trick pro who teams up with three other illusionists to pull off deceptions in the form of bank heists in “Now You See Me.”
No. 5: 'Red 2' with $18.5 million (debut) -- Brian Cox, Mary Louise Parker and Bruce Willis are among the stars in "RED 2," an action comedy about retired government assassins and a sequel to "Retired, Extremely Dangerous."
Imagen promocional de 'Now you See Me", de Louis Leterrier. De izq. a der., Isla Fisher, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson y Dave Franco. Una cinta entretenida con un guión intrigante.
Clockwise from bottom: Dave Franco, Jesse Eisenberg, Isla Fisher and Woody Harrelson star in "Now You See Me," a heist movie involving a group of magicians called "The Four Horsemen."
Naomi Watts stars as a mother whose vacationing family is separated when the 2004 tsunami in the Indian Ocean slams into their Thai resort in "The Impossible." The film tracks the family's efforts to reunite amid chaos and confusion.
Nicholas Hoult es el actor principal de 'Warm Bodies'
Nicholas Hoult plays a zombie teen "Warm Bodies," and Teresa Palmer plays the girl he kidnapped but hasn't eaten because he's lonely.
Naomi Watts and Tom Holland play a mother and son separated from the rest of their family in the tsunami at Khao Lak, Thailand, in 2004 in "The Impossible." The film is based on the true story of a Spanish family.
Reviewer Roger Moore calls "The Impossible" the best movie of 2012. Naomi Watts, above, and Ewan McGregor (not pictured) star in this film that personalizes the horror of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004. Read review in Sunday's Home + Life.
Una poderosa historia sobre la base de la supervivencia de una familia al tsunami del 2004, "The Impossible" es estelarizada por Naomi Watts y Ewan McGregor, y dirigida por J.A. Bayona ("The Orphanage").
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson as teenager Bella Swan and vampire Edward Cullen, the couple at the center of it all.
Actor, writer, director and producer Tyler Perry, left, and Edward Burns play homicide detectives in "Alex Cross," a fast-paced crime drama based on the novels by James Patterson.
From left, Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller and Emma Watson star in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," and they make it a film worth seeing. It's only the second film for director Stephen Chbosky.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, Nov. 16: “Twilight” has been a rarity for male-oriented Hollywood, a blockbuster franchise aimed almost exclusively at women. Bill Condon, director of the final two “Twilight” movies, recalls studio hand-wringing over “Dreamgirls,” his musical that …
Ryan Guzman (in red belt), Misha Gabriel (green shoes) and Stephen "tWitch" Boss (blue shirt) perform in a flash mob in "Step Up Revolution."
In this film image released by Summit Entertainment, Joseph
Gordon-Levitt is shown in a scene from "50/50." The film was
nominated Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011 for a Golden Globe award for best
comedy or musical. Gordon-Levitt was also nominated for an award
for best actor in a comedy for his rol…
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart play Edward and Bella, who
get married in the just-released, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn
Robert Pattinson as the vampire Edward with Kristen Stewart as
Bella in “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1.”
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, left, and Seth Rogen in "50/50," a dramedy
about a young man's cancer diagnosis.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, left, shows range and subtlety as a young
man diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Seth Rogen reveals his
dramatic abilities in the role of his best friend.
The vampire romance "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1"
opens Nov. 18.
Mel Gibson, who has greatly damaged his career with his drunken rants, portrays depressed family man Walter Black, and Riley Thomas Stewart plays his 7-year-old son, in "The Beaver," directed by Jodie Foster.
Jake Gyllenhaal is Capt. Colter Stevens and Michelle Monaghan plays Christina Warren in the science-fiction thriller "Source Code."
"Drive Angry," with David Morse, left, and Nicolas Cage, is packed with guns, brawls and cars.
From left, Richard Dreyfuss, John Malkovich, Morgan Freeman and Bruce Willis add a potent mix of experience to a snappy script .
Luke (Rick Malambri) and Natalie (Sharni Vinson) share the floor and a dream that Hollywood has scripted only a few thousand times.
Rick Malambri and Sharni Vinson star in "Step up 3D," which is abut an urban dance group that partners with a ballet troupe to share rehearsal space.
Taylor Lautner, left, as "Jacob," Robert Pattinson, right, and Kristen Stewart as "Bella" in "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" deal with Jacob's werewolf ways.
Kristen Stewart, left, and Robert Pattinson are shown in a scene from "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse."
Kristen Stewart as Bella and Robert Pattinson as Edward in "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse." The love triangle among Bella, Edward and Jacob plays prominently in this film.
Christopher Egan and Amanda Seyfried star in 'Letters to Juliet," a romance with nothing going for it beyond its setting in the Italian countryside and the presence of Vanessa Redgrave.
Dan the developer (the always kid-friendly Brendan Fraser) meets his worst nightmare, the raccoon who leads the animals that don't take kindly to Dan and his family moving onto their forest turf.
In this film publicity image released by Summit Entertainment,Jeremy Renner is shown in a scene from, "The Hurt Locker." (AP Photo/Summit Entertainment) ** NO SALES **
Robert Pattinson, left, Emilie de Ravin and Pierce Brosnan in "Remember Me." The film's tone is all wrong, the pacing is dead and it merely veers from sex to sadness to sadomasochistic violence.
Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner star in "The Twilight Saga: New Moon." This is the second film in the series, and it was directed by Chris Weitz.