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Highlights of Hollywood’s fall, holiday lineup
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Here are highlights of Hollywood’s fall and holiday movie lineup:
_ “Arbitrage”: Richard Gere stars in a Wall Street thriller about a deceitful hedge-fund manager negotiating a merger.
_ “Dredd”: An executioner (Karl Urban) fights a drug epidemic in post-apocalyptic America.
_ “End of Watch”: Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena are cops minding the mean streets of Los Angeles.
_ “Finding Nemo”: The beloved father-son animated fish tale returns in a 3-D version.
_ “Hotel Transylvania”: Adam Sandler provides the voice of Dracula in an animated monster mash.
_ “The House at the End of the Street”: A dream house becomes a place of terror for a mom and her daughter (Elisabeth Shue and Jennifer Lawrence).
_ “Looper”: Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s a hitman assigned to bump off his future self (Bruce Willis) in a time-travel thriller.
_ “The Master”: A World War II Navy veteran (Joaquin Phoenix) falls under the spell of a charismatic cult leader (Philip Seymour Hoffman).
_ “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”: Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, and Ezra Miller star in a teen coming-of-age tale.
_ “Resident Evil: Retribution”: Milla Jovovich resumes her battle against a plague of zombies.
_ “Trouble with the Curve”: An aging baseball scout (Clint Eastwood) enlists his daughter (Amy Adams) on his latest talent trip.
_ “Won’t Back Down”: Two moms (Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis) fight to save their kids’ inner-city school.
_ “The Words”: A writer (Bradley Cooper) must face the music after plagiarizing a novel.
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- Susan Rice slams Russia, China on human rights
- Obamas call to close Vatican embassy is 'slap in the face' to Roman Catholics
- Inside the Ring: China targeting U.S. spy flights
- U.S. debt jumps a record $328 billion tops $17 trillion for first time
- Obama: Growing income inequality 'defining challenge' of this generation
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