What's good for families this summer? Here's a summer preview of all the movies made for you and your little loved ones, from Woody, Buzz and newcomer Ken in Toy Story 3 on to the further adventures of Shrek, the new Karate Kid, The Last Airbender and more...
It's man vs. nature in this animal comedy about a real estate developer (Brendan Fraser) who's trying to level the forest to put in a housing development, and the forest creatures who decide to stop him.
The fourth and final installment in the Shrek series has Shrek making a deal with a smooth-talking dealmaker, Rumpelstiltskin, to get back to feeling like a real ogre again. Suddenly Shrek finds himself in an alternate version of Far Far Away where he and Fiona have never met.
Jake Gyllenhaal mans up as a rogue prince who teams with a rival princess to safeguard an ancient dagger capable of releasing the Sands of Time that could destroy the world. Based on the video game, this arrives courtesy of the same team that brought Pirates of the Caribbean to the big screen.
Thanks to the marvels of modern CGI, your favorite comic strip pooch gets his live-action debut
in early June. A move from Kansas to California for Marmaduke and his owners provides for numerous, family-friendly shenanigans. Owen Wilson's on hand to voice the big doggy.
Okay, so it’s a little weird that this remake changed the setting to China and the martial art the kid learns is actually kung fu, but that aside, we’re hoping it will be so much fun those pesky details won’t matter. Jackie Chan and Jade Smith take over as master and pupil.
Andy’s gone and off to college, and his box of toys have been donated to a day care center that might not be the paradise it’s cracked up to be. New characters include Mr. Pricklepants, Buttercup the Unicorn, and Lots-o-Huggin’ Bear.
M. Night Shyamalan's had a spotty track record lately, but this fantasy, based on a popular Nickelodeon show, could be his ticket. The movie's centered around a boy
with special powers, and his mission to unite the nations against the evil Fire Lord. If all goes
well, the film could be the first in a trilogy.
Armed with his arsenal of shrink rays, freeze rays, and battle-ready vehicles, Gru (Steve Carell) is ready to vanquish all who stand in his way as he tries to steal the moon. In the midst of his crazy plans, he encounters three little orphaned girls who look at him and see something else: a potential Dad.
Far from being a live-action Disney redo with a guy mopping the floor while broomsticks fly around, this stars Nicolas Cage as a butt-whupping sorcerer who takes on a young apprentice and does battle with evil baddies. Fear not, the broomsticks do appear for a minute, we hear.
Disney star Selena Gomez stars in Ramona and Beezus, based on the Ramona series of novels written by Beverly Cleary. Filled with outlandish pranks, laugh-filled moments and many lessons to be learned, it's the story of a big sister trying to keep up with her exasperating little sister Ramona.
The latest Cats & Dogs movie - in 3D! - finds the two species reluctantly joining forces
to stop the nefarious Kitty Galore (Bette Midler), who's planning to make the world of cats, dogs
and humans her own private scratching post.
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.