Channing Tatum stars in the new G.I. Joe actioner.
Perpetual breakout star Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms (currently in The Office) and burly alt-comic Zach Galifianakis are a little too old to be starring in The Hangover, a wacky Vegas bachelor party movie, which may be the point. It's certainly the reason I'm going to see it. Opens June 5.
Over the Moon
Sam Rockwell is the whole show in Duncan Jones's Moon, a space oddity about a solitary worker experiencing some unexpected phenomena on an isolated lunar base. Chatter was pronounced and passionate at Sundance and Tribeca; let's see how it plays with real audiences. Opens June 26.
Sam Rockwell gets spaced out in Sundance-approved Moon.
In Brüno, Sacha Baron Cohen shifts from Kazakh clod to Austrian slickster for his latest assault on American sensibilities; this time he's going after the fashion industry. It's bound to be funnier than Zoolander - and much, much filthier. Opens July 10.
G.I. Joe's a go
Director Stephen Sommers turned the first two Mummy movies into popcorn delights, so he might be the guy to bring Duke, Destro and the Baroness to the big screen. Only one way to find out. G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra opens August 7.
See the music
The NXNE Film Festival rocks you out with 30 features, documentaries and shorts in the key of music, including I Need That Record, Brendan Toller's look at independent music stores; The Eternity Man, an Australian opera from director Julien Temple, and Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison, the story of the Man in Black's most iconic performance. Launches June 17.