_ “Prometheus”: Ridley Scott. Science fiction. Any questions? The “Alien” creator returns to the genre with a cousin to his space horror tale starring Charlize Theron, Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender.
_ “Rock of Ages”: Journey and REO Speedwagon ride again in a musical romance featuring old rock tunes and a cast that includes Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Mary J. Blige, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Julianne Hough.
_ “Snow White and the Huntsman”: Kristen Stewart’s the fiercest in the land as she teams with a tough guy (Chris Hemsworth) to battle an evil queen (Charlize Theron).
_ “That’s My Boy”: Adam Sandler tries to grow up as a bad dad hoping to make things right with his estranged grown son (Andy Samberg).
_ “To Rome with Love”: Woody Allen woos Italy and appears on-screen for the first time in years with an ensemble romance co-starring Penelope Cruz, Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni and Ellen Page.
_ “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection”: Filmmaker Perry reprises his role as saucy grandma Madea, who takes in the family of a CFO (Eugene Levy) in witness protection.
_ “Ice Age: Continental Drift”: For extinct species, these cartoon critters sure are survivors. Ray Romano and his voice co-stars are back with another prehistoric comedy.
_ “Katy Perry: Part of Me”: The pop superstar gets the 3-D treatment in a music documentary featuring performances and behind-the-scenes access.
_ “Neighborhood Watch”: Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill learn their town is teaming with space invaders disguised as average suburban dwellers.
_ “Ruby Sparks”: A character created by a novelist (Paul Dano) comes to life as a real woman (Zoe Kazan) in the latest from the directors of “Little Miss Sunshine.”
_ “Savages”: California pot growers fight a Mexican drug ring in Oliver Stone’s thriller featuring Salma Hayek, John Travolta, Taylor Kitsch and Uma Thurman.
_ “Step Up: Revolution”: The next round in the dance franchise has a crew of Miami hoofers fighting a neighborhood developer.
_ “Ted”: A teddy bear come to life is every boy’s dream _ until the thing sticks around into the kid’s adult years. Mark Wahlberg stars in the comedy from Seth MacFarlane (“Family Guy”).
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