This soon-to-be camp classic has Lake Victoria, Arizona, ripped apart by tremors that unleash prehistoric man-eating piranhas into the water. Elisabeth Shue as sheriff has only one shot to keep the entire population from turning into fish food.
Two things about the Lottery Ticket trailer stand out. One, Bow Wow - as a guy shirking the neighborhood crazies 'til he can collect his winnings - is all grown up. Second, Ice Cube can now believably play the old guy from the neighborhood (although, to be fair, he is still only 40 years old).
Mrs. Green (Maggie Gyllenhaal) is driven to her wits end by her crazed children and nephews. So, Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson) comes to the rescue and takes matters into her own hands—using a handful of magic tricks, she'll teach these children yet.
Jennifer Aniston pairs up with Jason Bateman in this comedy about a man (Bateman) who secretly switches his sperm sample on his best female friend (Aniston) when she wants to become pregnant. Seven years later, they re-connect and he has to tell her he's the father of her young son. Awwwwkwaaard!
Tough guys Matt Dillon, Idris Elba, Paul Walker, Chris Brown, Hayden Christensen and Jay Hernandez,
as well as the beautiful Zoe Saldana, co-star in this ensemble action thriller about a group of
cronies pulled into one last heist, only to be interrupted by a hard-boiled detective (Dillon).
Rom com summer movie fans, fear not! August brings the release of Going the Distance,
which will recount the ways in which a relationship works, and doesn't, for a couple (played by
real-life lovers Drew Barrymore and Justin Long) living apart in New York and San Francisco.
A charlatan preacher who suddenly feels guilty for defrauding his poverty-stricken followers decides to come clean by making a documentary, until he encounters the disturbed daughter of a farmer seeking his help. Produced by Eli Roth, maybe it's The Exorcist for a new generation?