Here are the Trailers for The "Expendables 2",Whitney Houston's Last Movie and More
#1.) "The Expendables 2" (R)
Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Terry Crews, and UFC fighter Randy Couture are all back, for what Stallone promises is a, quote, "Barbeque of Grand Scale Ass-Bashing." Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger team up and get in on the action in this one, they only had cameos in the first movie. And Jean-Claude Van Damme plays a terrorist trying to steal plutonium, but he makes the mission personal when he kills one of the Expendables. You know he's the villain because his character is named "Jean Vilain". It's that kind of movie.
Most importantly, Chuck Norris is in it. As far as we can tell, he's one of the good guys too. Miley Cyrus' boyfriend Liam Hemsworth is Sly's new sniper, and a Chinese actress named Yu Nan joins the team as the first female Expendable.
(Here's a compilation of videos of the first movie appearances of some of the OLDER members of the group.)
#2.) "Sparkle" (PG-13)
Jordin Sparks and her two sisters go behind their mother's back to start a singing group in the early days of Motown. Whitney Houston plays the mom, in what turned out to be the final role of her career. Derek Luke and Cee Lo Green are in it too.
#3.) "ParaNorman" (PG)
This is an animated movie about a kid who sees ghosts, and has to save his town from a witch's curse and a horde of zombies. Norman is voiced by the boy from the vampire movie "Let Me In", 16-year-old Kodi Smit-McPhee.
John Goodman is the ghost who warns him about the witch, "Cosby" kid Tempestt Bledsoe is the town sheriff, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse . . . a.k.a. "Superbad's" McLovin . . . is the school bully. Casey Affleck and Anna Kendrick are also in it.
#4.) Disney's "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" (PG)
Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton are told they'll never be able to have child. So they write down their wishes for what their son WOULD have been like, and bury them in the garden. And they get a magical surprise when their wishes turn into a real kid.
And Now, Some Limited Releases You May or May Not Care About:
"Cosmopolis" stars Robert Pattinson as a young billionaire. It's about his random encounters with sex and violence as he rides across Manhattan in his limo. Paul Giamatti is also in it, and it's directed by the great David Cronenberg. (Trailer)
"Why Stop Now" stars Jesse Eisenberg as a guy auditioning for Julliard on the same day that his mother is trying to check into rehab. Melissa Leo plays his mom and Tracy Morgan is her drug dealer.