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"7500" » And something nasty takes over an airliner in "7500" (to be determined).
"Headhunters" » The title characters in the Norwegian "Headhunters" (to be determined) are a corporate employment exec (Aksel Hennie) and a would-be CEO (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) who team up for art theft.
"Unforgivable" and "Easy Money" » A crime writer (André Dussollier) obsesses over his new wife (Carole Bouquet) and her sexual past in André Téchiné’s "Unforgivable" (to be determined). Organized crime and drugs mean "Easy Money" (to be determined) in this Swedish thriller.
"Dark Shadows" » Director Tim Burton puts a comic spin on the ‘60s Gothic soap opera "Dark Shadows" (May 11), reuniting with Johnny Depp as the undead Barnabas Collins, patriarch of a clan that includes Michelle Pfeiffer and Chlöe Grace Moretz.
"The Dictator" » Sacha Baron Cohen returns as "The Dictator" (May 16), a Middle Eastern despot who finds himself broke and beardless in the Big Apple.
"We Have a Pope" » The Italian satire "We Have a Pope" (May 11) imagines the conversations between a nervous new Pope (Michel Piccoli) and his psychoanalyst (Nanni Moretti, the movie’s writer and director).
"Darling Companion" » In Lawrence Kasdan’s "Darling Companion" (May 18), partly filmed in Park City, a woman (Diane Keaton) bonds with a dog when she’s feeling neglected by her surgeon husband (Kevin Kline).
"Hope Springs" » Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones play a long-married couple who try therapy (with Steve Carell) in "Hope Springs" (Aug. 10).
"Peace, Love & Misunderstanding" » Jane Fonda returns to the screen in Bruce Beresford’s "Peace, Love & Misunderstanding" (June 8), as the hippie grandma of two teens (Elizabeth Olsen, Nat Wolff), brought to see her by her uptight daughter (Catherine Keener).
"The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" » British retirees — including Judi Dench, Tom Wilkinson, Bill Nighy and Maggie Smith — find new life in Jaipur, India, in "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" (May 11).
"The Salt of Life" » Meanwhile, an Italian retiree (Gianni Di Gregorio) wonders if he’s still got sex appeal in "The Salt of Life" (June 1).
"To Rome With Love" » Italy is also Woody Allen’s latest European destination, in the ensemble piece "To Rome With Love" (to be determined).
"The Intouchables" » And in the French comedy-drama "The Intouchables" (to be determined), a paraplegic (François Cluzet) hires a man from the projects (Omar Sy) to be his caretaker.
"The Five-Year Engagement" and "Lola Versus" » Marriage gets delayed for Jason Segel and Emily Blunt in "The Five-Year Engagement" (April 27), while Greta Gerwig gets dumped just before her wedding in "Lola Versus" (to be determined).
"Ruby Sparks" » A luckless writer (Paul Dano) writes himself a romantic partner and wills her to exist in "Ruby Sparks" (to be determined), co-starring Zoe Kazan.
"Your Sister’s Sister" » Emily Blunt also stars as a woman who invites her best friend (Mark Duplass), still mourning his brother’s death, to spend some time at the family cabin — where he has a game-changing encounter with her sister (Rosemarie DeWitt) — in Lynn Shelton’s "Your Sister’s Sister" (June 29).
"Delicacy" » Audrey Tautou plays a widow who, three years on, encounters a Swedish co-worker (François Damiens) in "Delicacy" (to be determined).
"Celeste and Jesse Forever" » A married couple (Andy Samberg and Rashida Jones) splits up, kind of, in "Celeste and Jesse Forever" (to be determined).
"Nesting" » In "Nesting" (May 11), two 30-year-olds (Todd Grinnell, Ali Hillis) rekindle their relationship by living illegally in their old neighborhood.
"2 Days in New York" » And in "2 Days in New York" (to be determined), a Frenchwoman (Julie Delpy, who directed) introduces her new boyfriend (Chris Rock) to her parents.Next Page >
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