Planet 51 (Sony Animation) Dwayne Johnson voices the astronaut who visits a strange planet that lives in fear of alien invasion in this cartoon,
Sherlock Holmes (Warner Bros.) Robert Downey Jr. and that box-office kiss of death, Jude Law, star in this version of Holmes' detective adventures. Guy Ritchie directs.
The Three Stooges (MGM) The Farrelly Brothers come out of the closet as nyuck-nyuck-nyuck fans this Stooges bio-pic/comedy.
Old Dogs (Walt Disney) Robin Williams and John Travolta play kid-averse bachelors charged with caring for 6-year-old twins. The director of Wild Hogs directed this.
Nine (The Weinstein Co.) Rob Marshall's all-star adaptation of the musical based on Fellini's film, 8 1/2, stars Daniel Day-Lewis (can he sing?) as the filmmaker who tries to reconcile his artistic life with his many lady loves.
Limited release for Dec. 4
The Debt (Miramax) Helen Mirren and Sam Worthington star in this John Madden adaptation of an Israeli film about Mossad agents on the trail of a German war criminal.
The Lovely Bones (Dreamworks) Saoirse Ronan plays a young murdered girl who watches over her family (Rachel Weisz, Mark Wahlberg) from heaven, and plots her revenge, in this Peter Jackson horror fantasy.
Avatar (Fox) James Cameron's years-in-the-making motion-capture animated thriller is about humans battling aliens on a distant planet. The film features digital proxies for actors Sam Worthington and Sigourney Weaver, among others.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel (Fox) More tunes and sight gags from those rockin', rappin' rodents, the Chipmunks.
The Princess and the Frog (Walt Disney) Disney's return to classical (non-computer rendered) animation is an updating of the fable set in 19th century New Orleans. Oprah and John Goodman are among the voice actors.
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