Three new flicks land in the nation's movie houses this week: Moonrise Kingdom, Men in Black 3 and Chernobyl Diaries. It's a star-studded weekend with Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin, Edward Norton, Bill Murray and Bruce Willis all enlightening this weekend's flicks.
This weekend three new movies land on the nation's screens -- What to Expect When You're Expecting, The Dictator and Battleship -- all trying to knock off The Avengers. The films feature a who's-who of A-list talent from Liam Neeson, Jennifer Lopez, Cameron Diaz, Sacha Baron Cohen to Elizabeth Banks.
The weekend at the movies is honestly all about Marvel Studios' The Avengers. The superhero flick will dominate as two smaller movies -- The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and A Little Bit of Heaven -- try to capture the spill-over business.
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.
This weekend's movies celebrate love. Between Think Like a Man and The Lucky One, romance between humans is celebrated. And animals aren't left out of the picture as Darling Companion heralds our adoration for dogs and two Earth Day documentaries mark our love of the planet.
American Reunion leads the charge of new movies this weekend hoping to knock The Hunger Games off the box office pole position. Also arriving in cinemas this weekend is Damsels in Distress, ATM and Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope.
Three new big films arrive this weekend, trying to knock off The Hunger Games from atop the box office charts. Wrath of the Titans and Mirror Mirror have the best chance.
There is only one film opening nationwide this week and that is The Hunger Games. So, this weekend movie preview will look at The Hunger Games, but also recent releases 21 Jump Street and Casa de mi Padre.
The weekend is filled with superstars including Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in 21 Jump Street as well as Will Ferrell doing the funny in Spanish in Casa de mi Padre. Nicolas Cage is also back on screen Seeking Justice and Ed Helms and Jason Segel are brothers in Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
There are a slew of great films hitting theaters this weekend including Disney's John Carter and Elizabeth Olsen in Silent House. Also joining them is the comedy Friends with Kids, Eddie Murphy's return in 1,000 Words and Emily Blunt and Ewan McGregor go Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.

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