There is a bounty of new films at the cinema including John Cusack's The Raven, Jason Segel's The Five-Year Engagement and Jack Black is Bernie. Sound of My Voice and 96 Minutes are also released in limited runs.
Four new films arrive at the nation's movie houses this weekend: Wanderlust, Act of Valor, Gone and Good Deeds. Superstars abound in those films including Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd, Amanda Seyfried and Tyler Perry.
This weekend's movies are a varied group starring Liam Neeson, Sam Worthington and Katherine Heigl. Look for The Grey, One for the Money and Man on a Ledge to try to dethrone Underworld Awakening at the box office.
This weekend finds four films arriving, all competing for your attention including Contraband, Joyful Noise, Beauty and the Beast 3D and The Divide. There's a little bit of everything including music, animation, suspense and thrills.
Between The Devil Inside and Beneath the Darkness, Hollywood is using the first weekend of 2012 to scare audiences. Devil Inside and Dennis Quaid's Beneath the Darkness headline this weekend's movie debuts.
This weekend's movies run the gamut from The Rum Diary exploring Hunter S. Thompson's past to Puss in Boots getting his own movie. Also on screens is Richard Gere in The Double, Anonymous asking if Shakespeare is a fraud and Justin Timberlake as an action star in In Time.

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