2010 most anticipated movies list

  1. The Social Network (October 15) – Directed by David Fincher. Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake, Max Minghella. Movie about Facebook founders.

  2. Rabbit Hole (TBD) – Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart directed by John Cameron Mitchell who did Hedwig and the Angry Inch. I predict great things! Also Sandra Oh, Dianne Wiest. Wow!

  3. Alice in Wonderland (March 5) – Tim Burton, Johnny Depp…you have all seen the previews.

  4. Green Hornet (December 22) – Michel Gondry. Seth Rogen in what will be an off-the-wall take on a super hero movie.

  5. The Kids Are All Right – Starring Julianne Moore and Anette Benning as two lesbians bringing up their sons. I keep hoping that Julianne Moore stops making crap and has a huge come-back! A Sundance hit.

  6. Please Give (April 23) – Nicole Holofcener (Lovely & Amazing) starring Catherine Keener.

  7. Clash of the Titans (March 26) – I loved this old movie! I can’t wait to see Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson tackle it!

  8. Inception (July 16) – Christopher Nolan directs - Leonardo DiCaprio, Marion Cotillard and Ellen Page in this sci-fi movie. Also starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Caine, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Ken Watanabe, and Tom Berenger.

  9. Black Swan – Darren Aronofsky directs – Natalie Portman, Winona Ryder and Mila Kunis. Interesting cast and a story about a verteran ballet dancer.

  10. Somewhere (TBD) – Sofia Coppola directs – Stephen Dorff, about a guy living at a hotel in Hollywood. That’s all I know.

  11. Chloe - Atom Egoyan’s new movie (The Sweet Hereafter), erotic thriller stars Julianne Moore as a doctor who tests her husband’s fidelity by hiring a young woman (Amanda Seyfried) to seduce him.

  12. The Tempest (TBD) – Julie Taymor directs Helen Mirren as “Prospera” in this Shakespeare classic.

  13. Date Night (April 9) – Tina Fey and Steve Carrell comedy.

  14. Shutter Island (February 19) – Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese. Some are already saying they can see why this release was delayed.

  15. Howl (TBD) – James Franco as beat poet Alan Ginsberg. Mary-Louise Parker, David Strathairn, Jon Hamm and Jeff Daniels also star.

  16. Never Let Me Go (TBD) – Based on the novel about something sinister going on at a British boarding school, and penned by Danny Boyle, it could be good. I didn’t like the book I can see it making a pretty good movie. Kiera Knighly, Carrey Mulligan.

  17. Footloose (June 18) – Chace Crawford in this musical remake.,

  18. I Love You Phillip Morris (March 26) – Jim Carrey in a gay storyline…should be interesting.

  19. Biutiful – Alejandro Gonzalez Innaratu’s movie staring Javier Bardem about a guy’s shady dealings who gets involved with a cop friend.

  20. Tron Legacy (December 17) – The Daft Punk score is really the reason that I think this could be a fun movie.

  21. Green Zone (March 12) – Paul Greengrass, Amy Ryan, Matt Damon. Iraq movie.

  22. The Tree of Life (TBD) – Directed by Terrence Malick. Brad Pitt and Sean Penn.

  23. Nightmare on Elm Street (April 30) – Here is hoping that this horror remake is a hit. Yeah, they usually aren’t, but I remember being terrified by these movies when I was younger.

  24. Love and Other Drugs - (Nov. 24) - stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway. It marks the first comedy for director Edward Zwick since 1986’s About Last Night….

  25. Greenberg (March 12) – Noah Baumbach – Ben Stiller. I like Noah Baumbach, but not a big Stiller fan. Just will have to wait and see.

  26. The Ghost Writer – Roman Polanksi directs Ewan McGregor, Pierce Brosnan, Kim Cattrell in this thriller about a man hired to pen the memoirs of a British prime minister, and the secrets he uncovers whilst writing it.

  27. Robin Hood (May 14) – Cate Blanchett and Russell Crowe. Ridley Scott. Not too excited by the idea or concept. Just excited about Cate.


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