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The Movies of 2012.

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The Possession.
A young girl (Madison Davenport) buys an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that inside it lives a malicious ancient spirit. The girl's father (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) teams with his ex-wife (Kyra Segdwick) to find a way to end the curse upon their child. Directed by Ole Bornedal.

RELEASE DATE: January 6, 2012.

The Devil Inside.
A woman documents a series of unauthorized exorcisms in Italy in search of answers about her own mother's death following three brutal murders commited by her, which could have been caused by demoniac possession. Directed by William Bell.

RELEASE DATE: January 6, 2012.

Roadie.
After 20 years of touring, Don Miller (David Margulies), a roadie for a defunct 80s hair band returns home to live with his mother (Lois Smith). Directed by Michael Cuesta.

RELEASE DATE: January 6, 2012 (Limited Release).

Coriolanus.
Roman hero Coriolanus (Ralph Fiennes) is banished as the result of the manipulations of his own mother, Volumnia (Vanessa Redgrave), and joins forces with his sworn enemy Aufidius (Gerard Butler) to enact revenge. Directed by Ralph Fiennes.

RELEASE DATE: January 13, 2012.

Contraband.
An ex-contrabandist (Mark Wahlberg) is forced to reunite his team and travel to Panama in order to retrieve $10 million dollars in fake bills after his brother-in-law (Caleb Landry-Jones) messes up a drug deal and becomes a target of a local crime boss (Giovanni Ribsi). Directed by Baltasar Kormakur.

RELEASE DATE: January 13, 2012.

Joyful Noise.
After the death of Bernard Sparrow (Kris Kristofferson), a small town choir director, no-nonsense mother Vi Rose Hill (Queen Latifah) takes control of the choir, but the director's widow, G.G. Sparrow (Dolly Parton), believes she should have been put in control. The two women must work together to help the choir. Directed by Todd Graff.

RELEASE DATE: January 13, 2012.

Underworld: Awakening.
Selene (Kate Beckinsale) awakens after 15 years in suspended animation and finds a world where the existence of Vampires and Lycans has been discovered by the Humans, who are actively working on a way to destroy both races. Directed by Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein.

RELEASE DATE: January 20, 2012.

Red Tails.
Cinebiography of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first team of African-American fighter pilots in the United States military history. Directed by Anthony Hemingway.

RELEASE DATE: January 20, 2012.

Haywire.
Freelance Covert Operative Mallory Kane (Gina Carano) is betrayed in a mission in Barcelona and, in order to protect her family, decides to go after the responsibles for doublecrossing her. Directed by Steven Soderbergh.

RELEASE DATE: January 20, 2012.

One for the Money.
Unemployed lingerie buyer Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) decides to become a bounty hunter, and her first mission is to capture the man that broker her heart, former cop Joe Morelli (Jason O'Mara). Directed by Julie Anne Robinson.

RELEASE DATE: January 27, 2012.

The Grey.
An oil drilling team struggles to survive after a plane crash strands them in the wilderness of Alaska, where they are hunted by a pack of hungry wolves. Directed by Joe Carnahan.

RELEASE DATE: January 27, 2012.

Man on a Ledge.
Ex-cop turned con Nick Cassidy (Sam Worthington) feigns an attempt to commit suicide by jumping off a ledge in order to distract the police while his brother Joey Cassidy (Jamie Bell) carries out a massive diamond heist in the building across the street. But things threaten to go downhill when Lydia Anderson (Elizabeth Banks), the psychologist deployed by the police to talk with Nick, realizes that his actions have a ulterior motive. Directed by Asger Leth.

RELEASE DATE: January 27, 2012.

The Woman in Black.
A young lawyer, Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe), travels to a remote village to organize a recently deceased client's papers, and there, he discovers the ghost of a scorned woman set on vengeance. Directed by James Watkins.

RELEASE DATE: February 3, 2012.

Michael.
A chronicle of the last five months of a 10-year-old boy’s life under the control of a man who keeps him locked away in a room in a basement. Directed by Markus Schleinzer.

RELEASE DATE: February (Limited Release).

The Inkeepers.
Two employees of a hotel believed to be haunted join a group of amateur ghost hunters to uncover the true mystery behind the hotel before it closes forever. Directed by Ti West.

RELEASE DATE: February 3, 2012 (Limited Release).

Chronicle.
Three friends gain superpowers from a mysterious substance, but turn on one another when personal problems arise. Directed by Josh Trank.

RELEASE DATE: February 3, 2012.

Big Miracle.
Nonprofit aid worker Rachel Kramer (Drew Barrymore) and government worker Adam Carlson (John Krasinski) fall in love as they work together in the effort to free three California gray whales who have become trapped in a hole in the ice of the Artic Circle. Directed by Ken Kwapis.

RELEASE DATE: February 3, 2012.

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.
Sean Anderson (Josh Hutcherson) joins forces with his mother, Elizabeth "Liz" Anderson (Kristin Davis); and his stepfather, Hank Parsons (Dwayne Johnson), to rescue his grandfather, Alexander Anderson (Michael Caine), who went missing while exploring the Lost Island of Atlantis. Also helping them is Kailani (Vanessa Hudgens), a tour guide with whom Sean falls in love with. Directed by Brad Peyton.

RELEASE DATE: February 10, 2012.

The Vow.
A newlywed couple, Leo (Channing Tatum) and Paige (Rachel McAdams), recovers from a car accident that puts Paige in a coma. When she wakes up with severe memory loss, Leo vows to win her heart again. Directed by Michael Sucsy.

RELEASE DATE: February 10, 2012.

Safe House.
CIA agent Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds) must join forces with international criminal Tobin Frost (Denzel Washington) in order to survive, after a team of villains attack a CIA safe house in South America in which they're in. Directed by Daniel Espinosa.

RELEASE DATE: February 10, 2012.

The Secret World of Arrietty.
Arrietty and her family are part of a race of mini-humans who secretly live in the house of a suburban family. However, their lives are endangered when Arrietty strikes a friendship with the family's 12-year-old son.

RELEASE DATE: February 17, 2012.

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
Johnny Blaze (Nicolas Cage) goes on a self-imposed exile in Europe, where he is called upon by the mysterious Moreau (Idris Elba) to protect a woman (Violante Placido) and her son (Fergus Riordan) from the Devil (Cierán Hinds), who is trying to take human form. Directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor.

RELEASE DATE: February 17, 2012.

This Means War.
Two spies, JFK (Chris Pine) and Tuck (Tom Hardy), go to war with one another after they both fall in love with the same woman, Lauren (Reese Witherspoon). Directed by McG.

RELEASE DATE: February 17, 2012.

Act of Valor.
An elite team of Navy SEALS embark on a covert operation to rescue a kidnapped CIA agent. Directed by Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh.

RELEASE DATE: February 17, 2012.

Good Deeds.
Right before his wedding, affluent man Gleen Deeds (Tyler Perry) develops complicating feelings for single mom Lindsey (Thandie Newton). Directed by Tyler Perry.

RELEASE DATE: February 24, 2012.

Wanderlust.
A married couple (Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston) joins a free-willing commune in search of an escape from the trappings of modern society. Directed by David Wain.

RELEASE DATE: February 24, 2012.

Gone.
When her sister disappears, Jill (Amanda Seyfried) is convinced the serial killer who kidnapped her two years prior has returned, and she sets out to once again face her abductor. Directed by Heitor Dhalia.

RELEASE DATE: February 24, 2012.

Lockout.
A government agent (Guy Pierce) convicted of a crime which he did not commit is offered his freedom if he can rescue the President's daughter (Maggie Grace) from a prison in Space which has been overtaken by its prisoners. Directed by James Mather.

RELEASE DATE: February 24, 2012.

Playback.
A group of High School students decide to make an amateur film about a series of brutal murders that happened 17 years before in their town. As they investigate further the reasons behind the crimes, they awaken a revengeful and malevolent spirit that starts to torment them. Directed by Michael A. Nickles.

RELEASE DATE: March (Limited Release).

>Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.
The story of the ups and down of a civil servant who lives in Yemen. Directed by Lasse Hallstrom.

RELEASE DATE: March 2, 2012 (Limited Release).

Dr. Seuss' The Lorax.
The young Ted Geisel (Voiced by Zac Effron) joins forces with a mystical creature called the Lorax (Voiced by Danny DeVito) to impress the girl of his dreams, Audrey (Taylor Swift), and prevent the evil Once-Ler (Voiced by Ed Helms) from stealing all supplies of a rare mineral called Truffulla from the forest where the Lorax lives.

RELEASE DATE: March 2, 2012.

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.
15 years after being kidnapped by a witch, Hansel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton) have become Witch Hunters. They are summoned to the small town of Augsburg to rescue a group of children who have been kidnapped by a covenant led by Muriel (Famke Janssen), who plans to sacrifice them during the Blood Moon in order to gain eternal youth, before the ruthless Mayor Berringer (Peter Stormare) kills more innocent in his obsessive quest to rid the town of the witches. Directed by Tommy Wirkola.

RELEASE DATE: March 2, 2012.

Safe.
A former elite agent (Jason Statham) fights to rescue a 12-year-old girl (Danni Lang). Directed by Boaz Yakin.

RELEASE DATE: March 2, 2012.

Jeff, Who Lives At Home.
A stoner named Jeff (Jason Segel) embarks on an epic quest for a bottle of wood glue. Directed by Jay Duplass.

RELEASE DATE: March 2, 2012.

Project X.
A teenager party at an abandoned farm gets out of control. Directed by Nima Nourizadeh.

RELEASE DATE: March 2, 2012.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi.
The story of 85-year-old Jiro Ono, the sushi chef of a small, but succesful restaurant in Tokyo. Directed by Tom Pellegrini and Kevin Iwashina.

RELEASE DATE: March 9, 2012 (Limited Release).

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
A group of British senior citizens travel to Bangalore, India, to find a new lease on life. Directed by John Madden.

RELEASE DATE: March 9, 2012.

John Carter.
During the American Civil War, soldier John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) is accidentally teleported to planet Mars, where he falls in love with Dejah Thoris (Lynn Collins), princess of the kingdom of Helium, and sets to protect her from the many dangers that inhabit the planet. Directed by Andrew Stanton.

RELEASE DATE: March 9, 2012.

Think Like a Man.
A relationship expert with a bad track record in the issues of love decides to find the woman of his life. Directed by Tim Story.

RELEASE DATE: March 9, 2012.

Playing the Field.
Former professional athlete George (Gerard Butler) tries to redeem a lifetime of partying by coaching his son's soccer team, only to find himself unable to resist when in scoring position with his players' restless and gorgeous moms. Directed by Gabriele Muccino.

RELEASE DATE: March 9, 2012.

The Raven.
Edgar Allan Poe (John Cusack) joins young Detective Emmett Fields (Luke Evans) to capture a serial killer whose crimes are inspired by Poe's novels. Directed by James McTeigue.

RELEASE DATE: March 9, 2012.

Silent House.
Trapped in a nightmare, a young woman, Sarah (Elizabeth Olsen) descends into madness. Directed by Chris Kentis and Laura Lau.

RELEASE DATE: March 9, 2012.

21 Jump Street.
An undercover police unit consisting of young-looking officers infiltrate high schools to uncover a massive drug dealing operation. Directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

RELEASE DATE: March 16, 2012.

Snow White.
Snow White (Lily Collins) and the Seven Dwarfs set to reclaim the kingdom that is rightfully hers from the hands of her evil stepmother, the Queen (Julia Roberts). Directed by Tarsem Singh.

RELEASE DATE: March 16, 2012.

The Hunger Games.
In a dystopian future where society has been divided in 12 districts controlled by the Capitol, a young girl named Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and her friend, Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson), join a brutal survival contest known as "The Hunger Games" in order to save her community. Directed by Gary Ross.

RELEASE DATE: March 23, 2012.

A Thousand Words.
A man (Eddie Murphy) learns that he has only 1.000 words left to speak before he dies. Directed by Brian Robbins.

RELEASE DATE: March 23, 2012.

The Pirates! Band of Misfits.
The bumbling Pirate Captain (Voiced by Hugh Grant) joins a smitten young scientist (Voiced by David Tennant) to beat his rivals, Black Bellamy (Voiced by Jeremy Piven) and Cutlass Liz (Voiced by Salma Hayek) at the Pirate of the Year Awards.

RELEASE DATE: March 30, 2012.

Clash of the Titans 2.
10 years after defeating the Kraken, Perseus (Sam Worthington) joins Andromeda (Rosamund Pike) and Agenor (Toby Kebbell), son of Poseidon (Danny Houston), on a journey to the Underworld in order to rescue Zeus (Liam Neeson) from the hands of Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and his son, Ares (Edgar Ramirez), before the Titans led by Kronos are released from ther life-long imprisionment in the Tartarus and unleash their wrath upon Humanity. Directed by Jonathan Liebesman.

RELEASE DATE: March 30, 2012.

Dorothy of Oz.
Dorothy (Voiced by Lea Michele) returns to the Mystical Land of Oz, where she joins the Scarecrow (Voiced by Dan Aykroyd), the Cowardly Lion (Voiced by James Belushi) and the Tin Man (Voiced by Kelsey Grammer) in an effort to stop the Jester (Voiced by Martin Short) from turning everyone in Oz into puppets.

RELEASE DATE: April.

Intent.
A kidnapping in a suburban neighborhood leads police on a manhunt that comes full circle. Directed by Tim Crockett.

RELEASE DATE: April.

Intruders.
In Spain, a mother tries to protect her son from a faceless stranger, while in Britain, a young girl has terrifying dreams of a demon who becomes a real danger to her and her family. Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.

RELEASE DATE: April.

The Three Stooges.
Bumbling friends Moe (Chris Diamantopoulus), Larry (Sean Hayes) and Curly (Will Sasso) travel to New York City in search of their big break. Directed by Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly.

RELEASE DATE: April 4, 2012.

Iron Sky.
An army of Nazis hidden on the Moon ever since World War II ended launch a full-scale attack against Earth in 2018. Directed by Timo Vuorensola.

RELEASE DATE: April 4, 2012.

American Reunion.
The class of 1999 returns to East Great Falls for their high-school reunion, coordinated by Jim's dad (Eugene Levy). Directed by John Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg.

RELEASE DATE: April 6, 2012.

The Cold Light of Day.
Businessman Will Shaw (Henry Cavill) takes his family to a weekend vacation in Spain, where he discovers that his father, Martin (Bruce Willis), is a spy who has stolen a suitcase whose contents are wanted by the ruthless director of the CIA (Sigourney Weaver). When his family is captured as collateral, Will must find a way to protect the suitcase and rescue his loved ones before it's too late. Directed by Mabrouk El Mechri.

RELEASE DATE: April 6, 2012.

Bullet to the Head.
Hitman Jimmy Bobo (Sylvester Stallone) joins forces with policeman Taylor Kwon (Sun Kang) to avenge the deaths of their respective partners at the hands of a vicious murderer named Keegan (Jason Mamoa) and his employer, Morel (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje). Directed by Walter Hill.

RELEASE DATE: April 13, 2012.

The Cabin in the Woods.
Two white-collar co-workers find themselves drawn to a mysterious cabin in the nearby woods. Directed by Drew Goddard.

RELEASE DATE: April 13, 2012.

Untitled Antology Comedy.
An antology of several comedy sketches by different directors.

RELEASE DATE: April 13, 2012.

Scary Movie 5.
Cindy Campbell (Anna Faris) and her friends return. Directed by David Zucker.

RELEASE DATE: April 20, 2012.

House at the End of the Street.
Elissa (Jennifer Lawrence) and his mother, Sarah (Elizabeth Shue), move to a new town and find themselves living next door to a house where a young girl murdered her parents. When Elissa befriends the family's surviving son, she learns that the story is far from over. Directed by Mark Tonderai.

RELEASE DATE: April 20, 2012.

The Lucky One.
A young Marine named Logan Thibault (Zac Effron) travels to North Carolina after serving three tours in Iraq and searches for the unknown woman he believes was his good luck charm during the war. Directed by Scott Hicks.

RELEASE DATE: April 20, 2012.

The Five-Year Engagement.
After five years of engagement, a young couple (Jason Segel and Emily Blunt) decides to get married. Directed by Nick Stoller.

RELEASE DATE: April 27, 2012.
 
The Avengers.
Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) are reunited by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), director of SHIELD, to battle a new enemy. Directed by Joss Whedon.

RELEASE DATE: May 4, 2012.

Dark Shadows.
In 1752, the Collins family sails from Liverpool, England to the United States of America. The son, Barnabas (Johnny Depp), grows up to be a wealthy playboy in Collinsport, Maine and is the master of Collinwood Manor. He breaks the heart of a witch, Angelique Bouchard (Eva Green), who turns him into a vampire and buries him alive. In 1972, Barnabas is freed and returns to find his manor in ruins and occupied by his dysfunctional descendants and other residents, all of whom have dark secrets. Directed by Tim Burton.

RELEASE DATE: May 11, 2012.

The Dictator.
The heroic story of a dictator (Sasha Baron Cohen) who risks his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed. Directed by Larry Charles.

RELEASE DATE: May 11, 2012.

What To Expect When You're Expecting.
The chronicles of three couples about to have their first children. Directed by Kirk Jones.

RELEASE DATE: May 11, 2012.

Battleship.
Adoptive brothers Alex Hopper (Taylor Kitsch) and Stone Hopper (Alexander Skarsgård) are part of a fleet of ships commanded by Admiral Shane (Liam Neeson), the father of Alex's girlfriend, physical therapist Samantha (Brooklyn Decker), that are deployed by the Navy to prevent an army of invading extraterrestrial from stealing Earth's water. Directed by Peter Berg.

RELEASE DATE: May 18, 2012.

Men in Black III.
Agent J (Will Smith) travels back in time to 1969 to prevent alien criminal Boris (Jemaine Clément) from murdering the young Agent K (Josh Brolin), setting off a chain of events that'll lead to Earth's complete destruction in the present. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld.

RELEASE DATE: May 25, 2012.

Safe Haven.
A young North Carolina woman determined to avoid forming personal is drawn into two reluctant relationships and, as she begins to fall in love, she struggles with a dark secret that still haunts and terrifies her. Directed by Lasse Hallstrom.

RELEASE DATE: June 1, 2012.

Rock of Ages.
Young Drew Boley (Diego Boneta) and Sherrie Christian (Julianne Hough) fall in love during the rock music scene of 1987. Directed by Adam Shankman.

RELEASE DATE: June 1, 2012.

Snow White and the Huntsman.
Snow White (Kristen Stewart) is targeted by his evil stepmother, Queen Ravenna (Charlize Theron), who hires Eric, the Huntsman (Chris Hemsworth), to kill her. However, upon discovering that Ravenna is responsible for his wife's death, Eric helps Snow White to escape to the Dark Forest, where they join forces with Eric's old allies, the Eight Dwarfs led by Caesar (Ian McShane) in order to take down Ravenna. Directed by Rupert Sanders.

RELEASE DATE: June 1, 2012.

Madagascar 3.
Alex, the lion (Voiced by Ben Stiller); Marty, the zebra (Voiced by Chris Rock); Melman, the giraffe (Voiced by David Schwimmer); and Gloria, the hippo (Voiced by Jada Pinkett-Smith) end up at a travelling circus in Europe during their efforts to return to New York City.

RELEASE DATE: June 8, 2012.

Prometheus.
The spaceship Prometheus is sent to Paradise, the homeworld of the Space Jockeys, alien Gods who have harvested life on Earth, terraforming the planet to allow for life to develop, in order to discover more about the origin of the Human race. However, when they try to steal the Space Jockeys' secrets, the beings unleash a seemingly unstoppable biological weapon upon the humans as they try to escape. Directed by Ridley Scott.

RELEASE DATE: June 8, 2012.

I Hate You, Dad.
A disagreeable father (James Caan) moves in with his son (Adam Sandler), who's about to get married. Directed by Sean Anders and John Morris.

RELEASE DATE: June 15, 2012.

Jack, The Giant-Killer.
In ancient times, the young farmer Jack (Nicholas Hoult) joins forces with the warrior Elmont (Ewan McGregor) to save his girlfriend, Princess Isabelle (Eleanor Tomlinson), daughter of King Brahmwell (Ian McShane), from the giants led by the fearsome two-headed Fallon (Bill Nighy and John Kassir), unaware that the true mastermind behind the brewing war between Humans and giants is King Brahmwell's treacherous advisor Lord Roderick (Stanley Tucci), who wishes to usurp the throne. Directed by Bryan Singer.

RELEASE DATE: June 15, 2012.

Brave.
The rebellious Princess Merida (Voiced by Kelly McDonald) from Scotland abandons her royal duties to become an archer, and accidentally unleashes an ancient evil, forcing her to embark on a dangerous journey to set things right.

RELEASE DATE: June 22, 2012.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Young Abraham Lincoln (Benjamin Walker) becomes a vampire hunter after his mother is murdered by the creatures. Aided by his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln (Mary Elizabeth Winstead); his assistant, Joshua Speed (Jimmi Simpson); his valet, William Johnson (Anthony Mackie); and the benevolent vampire Henry Sturgess (Dominic Cooper), Lincoln sets to destroy the vampires led by Adam (Rufus Sewell) and his slave-owning human associates, represented by Stephen A. Douglas (Alan Tuddyk), in both fields: Slaying and politics. Directed by Timur Bekmambetov.

RELEASE DATE: June 22, 2012.

G.I. Joe 2: Retaliation.
A new G.I. Joe team, formed by Duke (Channing Tatum), Snake Eyes (Ray Park), Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson), Flint (D.J. Cotrona), Lady Jaye (Adrianne Palicki), Jinx (Elodie Yung), Cross-Country (Stephen Martines), Mouse (Joe Mazzello) and General Joe Colton (Bruce Willis), must prevent Zartan (Arnold Vosloo) from starting World War III. Directed by Jon Chu.

RELEASE DATE: June 29, 2012.

Magic Mike.
A young man known as "The Kid" (Alex Pettyfer) becomes a male stripper in order to pay for his college tuition and develops a friendship with the strip club's lead dancer, "Magic" Mike Martingano (Channing Tatum). Directed by Steven Soderbergh.

RELEASE DATE: June 29, 2012.

The Amazing Spider-Man.
Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield), the amazing Spider-Man, confronts his mentor, Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans), turned by a mysterious serum into a creature known as "The Lizard". To help him, Peter counts with his girlfriend, Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), daughter of Police Captain George Stacy (Dennis Leary), who is conducting a manhunt on Spider-Man. Directed by Marc Webb.

RELEASE DATE: July 3, 2012.

Ice Age: Continental Drift.
Manny (Voiced by Ray Romano), Ellie (Voiced by Queen Latifah), Sid (Voiced by John Leguizamo), Diego (Voiced by Dennis Leary) and Scrat turn an ice block into a makeshift boat and sail to the a brave new world after surviving the Continental Drift.

RELEASE DATE: July 13, 2012.

The Dark Knight Rises.
Batman (Christian Bale) and his allies Alfred Pennyworth (Michael Caine), Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman) and Comissioner James Gordon (Gary Oldman) confront the drug-enhanced criminal mastermind Bane (Tom Hardy) and the morally ambiguous professional thief Catwoman (Anne Hathaway). Directed by Christopher Nolan.

RELEASE DATE: July 20, 2012.

Neighborhood Watch.
The neighborhood watch of a suburban community uncovers a conspiracy to destroy the world. Directed by Akiva Schaffer.

RELEASE DATE: July 27, 2012.

Step Up 4.
In Miami, love blossoms between two young dancers from different worlds. Directed by Scott Speer.

RELEASE DATE: July 27, 2012.

The Bourne Legacy.
A new agent (Jeremy Renner) has to deal with the ramifications of the Treadstone Project and its corrupt new director (Edward Norton). Directed by Tony Gilroy.

RELEASE DATE: August 3, 2012.

Total Recall.
Douglas Quaid (Colin Farrell), a mild-mannered man who lives in New Shangai and dreams of visiting Euroamerica, decides to undergo memory implanting procedure at the hands of Rekal Corporations in order to fufilling his fantasies and acidentally unlocks hidden memories that seem to suggest that he's a spy with a key participation in a nefarious conspiracy to start war between the two superpowers. On which side, he doesn't know. Directed by Len Wiseman.

RELEASE DATE: August 3, 2012.

Dog Fight.
Two rivals (Will Farrell and Zack Galifianakis) decide to run against eachother in the 2012 Presidential elections.

RELEASE DATE: August 10, 2012.

Warm Bodies.
A zombie, R (Nicholas Hoult), falls in love with the girlfriend (Teresa Palmer) of one of his victims, and ends up changing human-zombie relationships forever. Directed by Jonathan Levine.

RELEASE DATE: August 10, 2012.

ParaNorman.
A young boy, Norman (Voiced by Casey Affleck), must protect his town from zombies.

RELEASE DATE: August 12, 2012.

The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
A childless couple (Joel Edgerton and Jennifer Garner), unable to conceive, buries all their wishes for a baby in a box in their backyard. One day, they wake up to find that a child is born, but the child is not all that it appears. Directed by Peter Hedges.

RELEASE DATE: August 15, 2012.

The Expendables 2.
The Expendables led by Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) and formed by Lee Christmas (Jason Statham), Yin Yang (Jet Li), Hale Caesar (Terry Crews), Gunnar Jensen (Dolph Lundgren) and Toll Road (Randy Couture)
return to face off against an old enemy (Jean-Claude Van Damme) and his team of mercenaries. Directed by Simon West.

RELEASE DATE: August 17, 2012.

Sinister.
A journalist (Ethan Hawke) and his family move to a house where another family was brutally murdered. There, he finds hidden tapes that reveal disturbing new information on the crime, and sets off to uncover the truth behind what happened. Directed by Scott Derrickson.

RELEASE DATE: August 24, 2012.

Premium Rush.
Bike messager Wilee (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) accidentally picks up an envelop in Columbia University with incriminating evidence against a dirty cop named Bobby (Michael Shannon), who chases him through New York City in order to prevent the contents of the envelope from going public. Directed by David Koepp.

RELEASE DATE: August 24, 2012.

Resident Evil: Retribuition.
Alice (Milla Jovovich) returns to fight the Umbrella Corporation. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson.

RELEASE DATE: September 14, 2012.

Argo.
CIA agent Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck) sets up the production and filming of a movie as a cover-up to rescue kidnapped diplomats from Iran. Directed by Ben Affleck.

RELEASE DATE: September 14, 2012.

Hotel Transylvania.
Count Dracula (Voiced by Adam Sandler), who runs Hotel Transylvania, the go-to place for monsters on vacation, finds himself at odds with his teenage daughter falls in love with the human Jonathan (Voiced by Andy Samberg).

RELEASE DATE: September 21, 2012.

Dredd.
In the future, 93% of Earth's population is concentrated on the Mega-Cities, where the law is enforced by the Judges, who are allowed to act as jury, judge and executioner. The best Judge in activity is Joseph Dredd (Karl Urban). Knowing this, he is called to train a mutant recruit, the telepath Cassandra Anderson (Olivia Thirlby). Together, they set to investigate a triple murder on the Peach Trees community, a violent environment ruled by ruthless drug dealer Madeline "Ma-Ma" Madrigal (Lena Headey), whose latest product is about to sweep the streets like a flood. Directed by Pete Travis.

RELEASE DATE: September 21, 2012.

Looper.
Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is a member of a team of assassins known as "Loopers", who kill individuals sent from the future by a powerful crime syndicate to be exterminate before they are even born, thrus erasing them from the timeline altogether. Things start to go wrong when Joe recognizes one of his targets as his older self (Bruce Willis). Directed by Rian Johnson.

RELEASE DATE: September 28, 2012.

Savages.
Marijuana manufacturers Ben (Aaron Johnson) and Chon (Taylor Kitsch) are forced into conflict against a Mexican Drug Cartel that kidnapped a mutual woman in their lives, Ophelia (Blake Lively). Directed by Oliver Stone.

RELEASE DATE: September 28, 2012.
 
Really lookin' forward to The Innkeepers. trailer looks great!
 
Cloud Atlas.
Six tales spawning from the distant past to an post-apocalyptic future connect. Directed by Tom Tykwer and Andy & Lana Wachowski.

RELEASE DATE: October.

Atlas Shrugged: Part 2.
Railroad executive Dagny Taggart (Taylor Schilling) continues her efforts to keep her company alive amistd financial chaos. No Director Attached.

RELEASE DATE: October.

Paranormal Activity 4.
The tale of the family tormented by a demon continues. No Director Attached.

RELEASE DATE: October.

Frankenweenie.
A young boy uses a series of inventions to bring his dog, who died after being hit by a car, back to life.

RELEASE DATE: October 5, 2012.

Taken 2.
Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) travels to Istambul to rescue his ex-wife Lenore (Famke Janssen) and his daughter Kim (Maggie Grace), who haven been kidnapped by a revengeful old enemy, Murad (Rade Sherbedgia). Directed by Olivier Megaton.

RELEASE DATE: October 5, 2012.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Leatherface (Dan Yeager) returns after 35 years to hunt the descendants of his original victims. Directed by John Luessenhop.

RELEASE DATE: October 5, 2012.

Fun Size.
During Halloween, a sarcastic teenager (Victoria Justice) takes her little brother trick-or-treating, only to lose him at the crowd, being forced to run against the clock to locate and take him back home before her parents return. Directed by Josh Schwartz.

RELEASE DATE: October 12, 2012.

Parker.
Parker (Jason Statham) is a thief with a strict code of conduct that includes never stealing money from people who need it. Whoever, his beliefs are put to test when a potential billion dollar job comes his way. Directed by Taylor Hackford.

RELEASE DATE: October 12, 2012.

Kill Bin Laden.
An American black-ops team is deployed to locate and eliminate Osama Bin Laden. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow.

RELEASE DATE: October 12, 2012.

Here Comes the Boom.
Scott Voss (Kevin James) is a high school biology teacher who moonlights as a mixed-martial arts fighter in an effort to raise money to save the school's music program. Directed by Frank Coraci.

RELEASE DATE: October 12, 2012.

The Big Wedding.
A long-divorced couple (Robert DeNiro and Diane Keaton) pretend they are still married for the sake of their adoptive son (Ben Barnes), who's about to get married to his girlfriend (Amanda Seyfried). Directed by Justin Zackham.

RELEASE DATE: October 19, 2012.

Twylight Zones.
In 1960's New Jersey, a group of friends form a rock band, the "Twylight Zones", and try to make it big. Directed by David Chase.

RELEASE DATE: October 19, 2012.

The Gangster Squad.
In 1940, LAPD Sargent John O'Mara (Josh Brolin) and Captain Jerry Wooters (Ryan Gosling) create a team of young policemen, the "Gangster Squad", to bring down local mobster Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn). Directed by Reuben Flescher.

RELEASE DATE: October 19, 2012.

Halloween.
Michael Myers returns. Directed by Patrick Lussier.

RELEASE DATE: October 26, 2012.

Of Men and Mavericks.
Cinebiography of 16-year-old surfer Jay Moriarty (Jonny Weston), who became a worldwide icon with the help of his mentor, surf veteran Frosty Hesson (Gerard Butler). Directed by Curtis Hanson.

RELEASE DATE: October 26, 2012.

Three Mississipi.
Two guys from football-obsessed towns lead rival teams in an annual tackle football game for bragging and trash-talking rights. Directed by Adam McKay.

RELEASE DATE: November.

Wreck-It Ralph.
The videogame bad guy Wreck-It Ralph (Voiced by John C. Reilly) sneaks into a first-person shooter in order to win a medal and prove he can be a good guy, only to accidentally unleash a virus that threatens all the games in the Arcade. To save them, Ralph must embark on a quest to destroy the virus.

RELEASE DATE: November 2, 2012.

My Mother's Curse.
Failed inventor Andy Brewster (Seth Rogen) invites his mother, Joyce Brewster (Streisand), on a cross-country trip as he tries to sell his new product while also reuniting her with a lost love. Directed by Anne Fletcher.

RELEASE DATE: November 2, 2012.

Skyfall.
James Bond (Daniel Craig) returns. Directed by Sam Mendes.

RELEASE DATE: November 9, 2012.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2.
Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and his wife, Bella Swann (Kristen Stewart), must protect their newborn daughter Renesmee from the Volturi vampire clan, who believes that the child must be destroyed. Directed by Bill Condon.

RELEASE DATE: November 16, 2012.

47 Ronin.
An outcast warrior named Kai (Keannu Reeves) joins a group of samurai, led by Oishi (Hiroyuki Sanada), who seek vengeance on Lord Kira (Tadanobu Asano), who killed their master and banished the group, in order to regain their honor. Directed by Carl Erik Rinsch.

RELEASE DATE: November 21, 2012.

Gravity.
NASA astronauts Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) and Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) are in Space repairing the Hubble telescope when they receive sudden word to abandon the mission and reboard their ship due to a a satellite avalanche orbiting in their direction at breakneck speed. Ryan and Matt get back in their shuttle and try to race back to earth before the tidal wave of space junk reaches their ship. Directed by Alfonso Cuarón.

RELEASE DATE: November 21, 2012.

Parental Guidance.
Artie Decker (Billy Crystal), an ex-military, is forced to take care of his three grandchildren by the 21st century rules of their mother, but when "negotiations" fail, Decker decides to use military discipline to but his troublemaking relatives in line. Directed by Andy Fickman.

RELEASE DATE: November 21, 2012.

Lincoln.
Cinebiography of Abraham Lincoln (Daniel Day-Lewis). Directed by Steven Spielberg.

RELEASE DATE: December.

Les Miserables.
Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman), a Frenchman imprisoned for stealing bread, must flee a police officer named Javert (Russell Crowe). The pursuit consumes both men's lives, and soon Valjean finds himself in the midst of the student revolutions in France. Directed by Tom Hopper.

RELEASE DATE: December 7, 2012.

World War Z.
United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) traverses the world in a race against time to stop a Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself. Directed by Marc Foster.

RELEASE DATE: December 12, 2012.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
The Hobbit Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) joins the wizard Gandalf, the Grey (Ian McKellen) and 13 dwarf warriors led by the legendary Thorin Oakenshield (Richard Armitage) on a quest to recover the treasure of the lost dwarf kingdom of Erebor from the Lonely Mountain protected by the dragon Smaug (Voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch). Directed by Peter Jackson.

RELEASE DATE: December 14, 2012.

Great Hope Strings.
After thirty years of marriage, a middle-aged couple, Arnold (Tommy Lee Jones) and Maeve (Meryl Streep), attends an intense counseling weekend to decide the fate of their marriage with the help of a carefree couples therapist, Dr. Bernie Feld (Steve Carrell). Directed by David Frankel.

RELEASE DATE: December 14, 2012.

Hunter Killer.
An American submarine commander and a Navy SEAL team must rescue the Russian President and defeat a renegade admiral who's trying to start World War III. Directed by Antoine Fuqua.

RELEASE DATE: December 21, 2012.

Life of Pi.
A young boy named Pi (Suraj Sharma) survives a shipwreck and survives 227 days adrift at the sea alone with a bengal tiger. Directed by Ang Lee.

RELEASE DATE: December 21, 2012.

This is Forty.
"Knocked-Up" Spin-Off focused on Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann). Directed by Judd Apatow.

RELEASE DATE: December 21, 2012.

The Great Gatsby.
Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire), a young Midwesterner now living on Long Island, finds himself fascinated by the mysterious past and lavish lifestyle of his neighbor, the nouveau riche Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio). Directed by Baz Lurhmann.

RELEASE DATE: December 25, 2012.

Django Unchained.
Freed slave Django (Jamie Foxx) joins forces with the German bounty hunter Dr. King Schlutz (Christoph Waltz) in order to rescue his wife Bromhilda from the cruel slave owner Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), his conniving right-hand man Ace Woody (Kurt Russell), and his manipulative slave Stephen (Samuel L. Jackson). Directed by Quentin Tarantino.

RELEASE DATE: December 25, 2012.
 
The following movies don't have release dates, but are expected to be released in 2012.

The Wolverine.
Logan (Hugh Jackman), also known as "Wolverine", travels to Japan in search of answers about who he is and ends up falling in love with Mariko Yashida, daughter of the crime lord Shingen Yashida. Because of this, Logan caught in the middle of a war between Yakuza and a secret society of ninjas called "The Hand" Directed by James Mangold.

Riddick.
Riddick (Vin Diesel) is betrayed and left at a desolated planet to fend for himself against alien predators. But when mercenaries from across the galaxy come after him in order to reclaim the bounty on his head, Riddick sees a change to escape and enact revenge against those who have wronged him. Directed by David Towhy.

Great Expectations.
In 1812, a humble orphan named Pip (Jeremy Irvine) becomes a gentleman with the help of his benefactor, the mysterious Magwitch (Ralph Fiennes) in hopes of earning the love of the wealthy Stella (Holliday Granger). Directed by Mike Newell.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
An introvert freshman named Charlie (Logan Lerman) learns everything from drug use to suicide after being taken on the wings by his friends Sam (Emma Watson) and Patrick (Ezra Miller). Directed by Stephen Chbosky.

Romeo and Juliet.
Young Romeo (Douglas Booth) and Juliet (Hailee Steinfeld) fall in love amist the long-time feud between their families, the Montague and the Capulet. Directed by Carlo Carlei.

The Flowers of War.
During the Naijing massacre of 1937, in which thousands of women were raped and murdered by invading japanese troops, an american Priest (Christian Bale) shelters a group of female students and prostitutes in his church. Directed by Zhang Yimou.


The Burial.
During a trip to Paris, a man (Ben Affleck) falls in love with a European woman (Olga Kurylenko) whom he eventually marries. However, upon returning to his hometown with his new wife, he puts in marriage in jeopardy by reconnecting with an old flame (Rachel McAdams). Directed by Terrence Malick.

Red Lights.
Psychologist Margaret Matheson (Sigourney Weaver) and her assistant, Tom Buckley (Cillian Murphy), conduct a study on paranormal activity that leads them to investigate world-renowned blind psychic Simon Silver (Robert DeNiro), who returns after 10 years of disappearance. Directed by Rodrigo Cortés.

Piranha 3DD.
A pre-historic school of bloodthirsty piranhas attacks a newly-opened aquatic park. Directed by John Gulager.

Under the Skin.
An alien descends upon Earth and takes the form of a seductive woman (Scarlett Johansson) in order to abduct hitchhikers to take them back to her homeworld, where humans are a delicacy. Directed by Jonathan Glazer.

Moonrise Kingdom.
Two lovers wreak havoc in their small New England town when they run away together, causing the people to form a posse in order to find them. Directed by Wes Anderson.

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.
An asteroid nears Earth, and a man (Steve Carell) finds himself alone after his wife leaves in panic. He decides to take a road trip to reunite with his High School sweetheart, accompannied by is a neighbor (Keira Knightley) who inadvertently changes his plans. Directed by Lorene Scafaria.

Rush.
Cinebiography of the rivalry between two F1 racers, the british James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) and the austrian Niki Lauda (Daniel Brühl). Directed by Ron Howard.

The East.
An Interpol agent (Brit Marling) infiltrates a team of ecoterrorists and falls in love with its leader (Alexander Skarsgard), which causes friction between her and the man's obssessive ex-girlfriend and teammate (Ellen Page). Directed by Zal Batmanglij.

Night Moves.
An ecoterrorist (Peter Sarsgaard) starts having second thoughs about his ideals when his extremist colleages decide to blow up a dam. Directed by Kelly Reichardt.

Frozen Ground.
Alaska Detective Gleen Fothe (Nicolas Cage) sets off to capture serial killer Robert Hansen (John Cusack) alongside a young woman (Vanessa Hudgens) who escaped Hansen's clutches. Directed by Scott Walker.

Killing Season.
An ex-military (Robert DeNiro) who lives alone in the Appalachian Mountains develops a friendship with an European tourist (John Travolta), only to discover that he's a disgraced Serbian soldier in search of revenge. Directed by Mark Steven Johnson.

The Company You Keep.
Succesful lawyer Jim Grant's (Robert Redford) life spirals out of control when an ambitious young reporter (Shia LaBeouf) discovers his true identity: Jason Sinai, a former member of a subversive activist group accused of murder in a protest gone wrong in the 1970's. Directed by Robert Redford.

Ted.
John (Mark Wahlberg) is a regular young man who, as a child, wished for his childhood teddy bear to come to life. His wish came true, and now John and the irresponsible and vulgar Ted (voiced by Seth McFarlane) are at odds due to John's newfound relationship with Lori (Mila Kunis). Directed by Seth McFarlane.

Odd Thomas.
In California, Odd Thomas (Anton Yelchin), a short-order cook with clairvoyant abilities, has his life turned upside down when he comes across a stranger (Willem Dafoe) whom he believes is connected to an upcoming apocalyptic catastrophe. Directed by Stephen Sommers.

Overdrive.
Brothers Garrett (Ben Barnes) and Andrew (Karl Urban), both high-profile car thieves, travel to France looking for new challenges and get into trouble with a local crime boss. Directed by Antonio Negret.

Medallion.
Former thief Jack Simms (Nicolas Cage) sets off to find his daughter Riley (Malin Ackerman), who has been kidnapped and locked in the trunk of a taxi. Directed by Simon West.

Vehicle 19.
A foreign traveler (Paul Walker) unknowingly picks up a rental car that will tie him to a web of corruption by the local police and makes him a target of elimination. Directed by Makunda Michael Dewil.

Red Dawn.
A group of teenagers look to save their town from an invasion of North Korean soldiers. Directed by Dan Bradley.

Drift.
In the 1970's, two brothers, Jimmy (Xavier Samuel) and Andy (Miles Pollard), battle killer waves, conservative society and ruthless bikers led by JB (Sam Worthington) to kick-start the modern surf industry. Directed by Ben Nott and Morgan O'Neill.

Stoker.
A teenage girl, India Stoker (Mia Wasikowska), who is mourning the death of her father, deals with an uncle (Matthew Goode) who mysteriously shows up to meet the family. Directed by Chan-wook Park.

Wake the Dead.
Young med student Victor Frankenstein (Haley Joel Osment) conducts an experiment in reanimation of dead human tissue that leads to a horrific scientific breakthrough. Directed by Jay Russel.

I, Alex Cross.
Detective Alex Cross (Tyler Perry) and his partner, Tommy Kane (Edward Burns) travel to Washington, D.C., in search of Michael Sullivan (Matthew Fox), a serial rapist who may have murdered Cross' pregnant wife years before. Directed by Rob Cohen.

Flight.
Airline pilot Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington) is hailed a hero after saving a commercial airplane filled with passagers from crashing due to a mechanical malfunction. Whoever, investigation reveals that he was under the influence of drugs and alcohol at the time of the landing, and Whip soon finds himself amistd a conspiracy to cover up his mistakes. Directed by Robert Zemeckis.

Safety Not Guaranteed.
Two magazine employees (Kristen Bell and Aubrey Plaza) head out on an assignment to interview a man who placed a classified ad seeking a companion for time travel. Directed by Colin Trevorrow.

Blackbird.
Fugitive siblings Addison (Eric Bana) and Liza (Olivia Wilde) decide to split in order to evade the authorities. While Liza's path crosses with troubled ex-boxer Jay (Charlie Hunnan), and a relationship develops between them, the psychotic Addison leaves a trail of bodies in search of his sister. Directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky.

Cogan's Trade.
Mob enforcer Jack Cogan (Brad Pitt) is called to investigate a theft at a high-stakes poker game financed by the mob. Directed by Andrew Dominik.

Back Roads.
A young man, Harley (Andrew Garfield), is left to take care of three younger sisters in a old cabin at the Pensylvania backwoods after his abusive alcoholic father is killed and his drug addict mother is arrested by the police. Directed by Adrian Lyne.

The Expatriate.
An ex-CIA agent (Aaron Eckhart) and his estranged daughter (Liana Liberato) are forced on the run when his employers mark them both for termination as part of a wide-reaching international conspiracy. Directed by Philipp Stöltz.

Echelon.
SAS agent Nick Stone (Jason Statham) is caught between the Russian Mafia and western agents trying to get their hands on the Echelon computer program. Directed by Simon Crane.

Only God Forgives.
A Bangkok police lieutenant (Ryan Gosling) and a gangster (Vithaya Pansringarm) settle their differences in a Thai-boxing match. Directed by Nicolas Refn.

Cosmopolis.
Multimillionaire Eric Packer (Robert Pattinson) embarks on a 24h odissey across Manhattan. Directed by David Cronenberg.

Bop Decameron.
Four vignettes about love in Italy. Directed by Woody Allen.

Anna Karenina.
The young Anna Karenina (Keira Knightley) is a wife and mother who begins a torrid affair with the handsome Count Vronsky (Aaron Johnson), threatning her marrieage to wealthy businessman Alexei Karenin (Jude Law). Directed by Joe Wright.

John Dies at the End.
College dropouts John (Rob Mayes) and Dave (Chase Williamson) are Earth's last hope against a race of invading extradimensional creatures that possess human bodies that use a drug called "Soy Sauce", which allows their minds to drift through time and space. Directed by Don Coscarelli.

End of Watch.
During the end of their watch, Officer Taylor (Jake Gyllenhall) and Officer Zavala (Michael Peña) face an unexpected challenge to their friendship. Directed by David Ayer.

Byzantium.
Mother (Gemma Arterton) and daughter (Saoirse Ronan), both vampires, travel the country, pretending to be sisters in order to lure men into their deaths. However, the daughter's encounter with a young man (Caleb Landry-Jones), who is dying of Leukemia, forces her to face the concept of mortality and threatens their covenant. Directed by Neil Jordan.

The Lost Symbol.
Symbologist Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) travels to Washington, D.C., in order to decipher a series of clues left by the Freemasons, rescue his kidnapped mentor and find the Lost Word, which could change Humanity's perception of life itself. Directed by Mark Romanek.

The Mortal Instruments.
Teenager Clary Fray (Lily Collins) discovers that she descends from a long line of demon hunters and joins forces with Jace Wayland (Alex Pettyfer) to rescue her mother, kidnapped by creatures that intent to take over the world. Directed by Scott Stewart.

Jay and Seth VS. The Apocalypse.
Jay Baruchel (Jay Baruchel) and Seth Rogen (Seth Rogen) are Earth's last hope against the incoming doomsday. Directed by Seth Rogen.

The Paperboy.
Chicago reporter Ward James (Matthew McConaughey) returns to his hometown in Florida, and joins forces with his brother Jack (Zac Effron), a paperboy for their father's (Scott Glenn) newspaper, in order to investigate the case surrounding a death row inmate, Hillary Van Wetter (John Cusack). Directed by Lee Daniels.

Vacation.
Rusty Griswold, now an adult, decides to take his own family to Walley World before it is permanently closed and demolished. Directed by David Dobkin.

Very Good Girls.
Two New York City girls (Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen) form a pact to lost their virginity during their first summer out of high school. When they both fall for the same street artist, the friends find their connection tested for the first time. Directed by Naomi Foner.

Welcome to the People.
Sam (Chris Pine) is tasked with delivering $150,000 of his deceased father's fortune to Frankie (Elizabeth Banks), the sister he has never met, and her infant son. Directed by Alex Kurtzman.

Welcome to the Punch.
Policeman Max Lewinsky (James McAvoy) and his rival, mobster Jacob Sternwood (Mark Strong), are forced to join forces when both become targets in order to cover up a conspiracy. Directed by Eran Creevy.

Welcome to Suck City.
Chris (Paul Dano) works at various homeless shelters in Boston, where he often intersects with his brilliant, but troubled father Jonathan (Robert DeNiro). Directed by Paul Weitz.
 
As usual sounds like some good movies will be coming out under the radar so to speak, seems to happen every year.
 
The Wolverine won't be out in 2012, they're planning to start filming it in 2012. Hugh Jackman will be filming Les Miserables most of next year.
 

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