With February leaving us, it's time to see what ahead in March. Studios are releasing a LOT of films in a variety of genres and we'll be getting our first taste of blockbuster tentpole-type movies featuring Jim Carrey, James Franco, Gerard Butler and another Stephenie Meyer adaptation. So let's get into it…
If you're a fan of CGI heavy movies, March is going to be a great month for you. Not only do we get Bryan Singer helming the adventurous Jack the Giant Slayer but Sam Raimi directs Franco in Oz The Great and Powerful. Both films are filled with lots of great, memorable scenes. You can check out the Giant Slayer one here and Oz's big scene next week.
If you're in the mood for comedy, March is loaded with a wide release comedy hitting theaters almost every weekend. The guys who wrote The Hangover are back with 21 and Over while Jim Carrey and Steve Carell team up for the highly anticipated The Incredible Burt Wonderstone and Tina Fey and Paul Rudd co-star for Admission.
Dramas and thrillers will be in full force as well with Colin Farrell in Dead Man Down, Halle Berry headlining The Call, Gerard Butler protecting the president in Olympus Has Fallen, Tyler Perry's latest Temptation and the latest Stephenie Meyer adaptation The Host starring Saoirse Ronan and Diane Kruger. Korean director Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Lady Vengeance)makes his Hollywood debut with the creepy thriller Stoker and Harmonie Korine brings us his latest, Spring Breakers, starring Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez and James Franco.
A couple animated films will arrive in theaters. Fox brings us The Croods, featuring the voice work of Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds and Nicolas Cage while the latest from Japan's Studio Ghibli, From Up on Poppy Hill gets a limited release.
Action fans will have to make due with G.I. Joe: Retaliation, the only pure action movie being released in March. But don't fret, summer is but a few months away.
So which movie are you looking forward to seeing the most? Vote below in the poll and sound off with your honorable mentions below in the comment section.