Lily Collins plays Snow White in Mirror Mirror opposite Julia Roberts as the vain Queen jealous of Snow's beauty. Jan Thijs/ Relativity Media hide caption

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James Cameron's 1997 epic Titanic is being rereleased in 3-D. Paramount Pictures/AP hide caption

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Irrepressibly warmhearted Snow White (Lily Collins), usually kept under lock and key by her wicked-queen stepmother, makes an appearance at a ball with the dreamy, easily befuddled Prince Charming (Armie Hammer). Jan Thijs/Relativity Media hide caption

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Mia (Ella Purnell, center) has nightmares that may or may not have something to do with the sins of her parents, Sue (Carice van Houten) and John (Clive Owen). Millennium Entertainment hide caption

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Smooth Move: Sean William Scott plays dimwitted but affable Doug Glatt, a small-town bouncer who happens upon an opportunity as a minor league hockey enforcer when managers discover his talent for delivering a beating. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Fifteen-year-old Alma (Helene Bersholm) finds herself consumed by her sexual fantasies — until the line between reality and daydream blurs when her crush makes an inappropriate move. New Yorker Films hide caption

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Never Let Me Go: After Rebecca (Eva Green) reconnects with Tommy (Matt Smith), a crush from her childhood — only to lose him soon after in an accident — she decides to give birth to his clone and raise him as her son. Olive Films hide caption

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Fukumoto in one of the numerous period costume dramas he has acted in for the Toei Company's film studios since he began work there in 1959. Toei Kyoto Studio Park hide caption

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First-year college student Hannah (Rachel Hendrix) goes on a road trip in search of her birth mother after she learns she was adopted following a failed attempt at an abortion. Lovell/Fairchild Communications hide caption

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Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games, adapted from Suzanne Collins' bestselling novel trilogy. Lionsgate hide caption

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