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Dedicated RPG fanatic Scott (Sam Eidson) finds his cherished status as Game Master suddenly challenged when charismatic hipster Miles (Garrett Graham) join in the fun and stages a surprise in-game coup. Now, the only way for Scott to reclaim his rightful status as the guiding force behind his favorite game is to prove that Miles is nothing more than a wolf in geek's clothing. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi


jack the giant slayer movie posterStarring: Nicholas Hoult, Stanley Tucci, Ewan McGregor, Bill Nighy
Director: Bryan Singer
The Scoop: "X-Men" director Bryan Singer is back with his biggest action epic yet. Nicholas Hoult (another "X-Men" alumnus) stars as Jack. You know, of "and the beanstalk" fame." And as the title implies, there are plenty of beanstalks, giants, princesses and other fairy tale elements to be had. Plus, Bill Nighy lends his voice to the CGI bad guys, and we all know what a badass he was in "Pirates of the Caribbean."
Rated PG-13, 114 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy, John Cho
Director: Seth Gordon
The Scoop: The hottest comedian on the planet, McCarthy, teams up with the always excellent Bateman in this new joint from "Horrible Bosses" director Gordon. Bateman is a normal schlub whose identity is stolen. When he tries to track down the thief, he discovers it's McCarthy. And then honest-to-god hilarity ensues… we hope.
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Starring: Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson
Director: Jason Moore
The Scoop: What happens is you cross "Glee" with "Mean Girls?" Well, you get "Pitch Perfect," that's what! "Twilight"'s Kendrick stars as a girl who reluctantly joins her school's all-girl a capella group and then helps transform it into a powerhouse thanks to a fresh infusion of attitude. Expect to see "Bridesmaids" second-stringer Wilson break out Melissa McCarthy-style.
Special Features: Deleted/extended scenes, commentaries, featurettes
Rated PG-13, 112 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Seth MacFarlane
Director: Seth MacFarlane
The Scoop: MacFarlane has made a name for himself with his outré humor on shows such as "Family Guy" and now he's taking his act to the big screen in the form of a talking teddy bear. Wahlberg plays a man who never got rid of his boyhood teddy bear; MacFarlane gives voice to the bear's foul-mouthed antics. And Kunis plays a woman reconsidering her life choices.
Special Features: Commentary, featurettes, deleted & alternate scenes
Rated R, 106 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Julianne Hough, Tom Cruise, Diego Boneta, Russell Brand
Director: Adam Shankman
The Scoop: Are you ready to rock?! Well, Shankman sure hopes so, because he's bringing the hit Broadway musical "Rock of Ages" to the big screen. And he's filled it with tons of A-list stars just to make sure you really get into the story of a couple of dreamers who try to make it big in the world of rock music during the high flying mid-'80s. Rock on, Tom Cruise!
Special Features: Featurettes, loads of music
Rated PG-13, 123 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Seann William Scott
Director: Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg
The Scoop: Why make another "American Pie" featuring the original cast so many years (13) after the original? You might as well ask why Seann William Scott has that extra n in his first name. With the whole gang back in place, though, it seems likely that the franchise will at least regain some of the luster it lost through the multiple direct-to-video knock-offs released over the past few years.
Special Features: Deleted scenes, gag reel, featurettes, commentary
Rated R, 113 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Kenny Wormald, Julianne Hough, Dennis Quaid
Director: Craig Brewer
The Scoop: Do you gotta cut loose? Kick off your Sunday shoes? Well, if so, you're in major luck, because this brand new remake of the grand old dancing classic "Footloose" aims to unleash the inner barn stomer in all of us. The method of updating: Bring in a little country twang to liven up those old '80s melodies and "Dancing With the Stars" vet Hough to sex up the place.
Special Features: Commentary, deleted scenes, featurettes, music videos
Rated PG-13, 113 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: John Belushi, Karen Allen, Tom Hulce, Kevin Bacon
Director: John Landis
The Scoop: (1978) Director Landis helmed this classic comedy, which launched Belushi into superstar status and also helped jumpstart the career of a young Bacon. The movie, which also established the National Lampoon's brand in Hollywood, revolves around a gang of college losers who form the wildest frat house in history. The film spawned a whole genre of cheap, gross-out comedies.
Special Features: Featurettes, reunion documentary, "Scene It" mini game, trailer
Rated R, 109 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne, Jon Hamm
Director: Paul Feig
The Scoop: Prepare for a lady-driven comedy that's actually funny. Crazy, we know. But take a look at the cast: "Saturday Night Live" alums Wiig and Rudolph anchor a lineup that also includes Byrne and "Mad Men's" Hamm. The story follows two ladies wrangling for the right to plan their friend's wedding and, yeah, we're already laughing all the way to the box office.
Rated R, 125 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Jason Bateman, Ryan Reynolds, Olivia Wilde
Director: David Dobkin
The Scoop: Body switching films have been a standard comedy gag for so long, we're pretty sure there's a mind swap somewhere in the pages of "Genesis." But "The Change-Up" takes things to a new, probably skeevy level, as Bateman and Reynolds swap bods in the first R-rated take on the genre. The twist? Bateman is a married guy looking to cheat on his wife without consequences. How funny.
Rated R, 112 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone
Directors: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa
The Scoop: Carell stretches his acting chops in this low-key dramedy about a guy whose marriage (to Moore) is falling apart. In an effort to get back in the game, he enlists the help of a serious ladies' man (Gosling) who is having his own existential crisis due to the discovery of a potential dream girl (Stone).
Special Features: Deleted scenes
Rated PG-13, 113 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Kevin James, Vince Vaughn, Winona Ryder, Jennifer Connelly
Director: Ron Howard
The Scoop: This comedy got publicity for all the wrong reasons, namely a gay joke in the trailer that created a media firestorm over whether or not such jokes are appropriate. More to the point, though, are they funny? Here's the premise to help you guess: Vaughn discovers that his business partner's wife (Ryder) is having an affair. So should he tell his partner (James)? Now you have an even bigger dilemma: should find out if this film is worth the hubbub?  Only you can decide.
Rated PG-13, 118 min. | Watch the trailer


Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard
Director: Martin Campbell
The Scoop: Reynolds and his amazing abs shrug into another superhero costume. This time around, the former "Wolverine" and "Blade" star takes top billing as Hal Jordan, a test pilot who is deputized by an alien cop and made the sheriff of Earth by way of a green ring that allows him to create energy constructs with his mind. Sarsgaard plays a jerky scientist whose brain goes haywire.
Special Features: Deleted scenes, preview of "Justice League" Book 1
Rated PG-13, 114 min. | Watch the trailer


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