Gals, get ready to swoon! This film has the delicious Irishman Colin Farrell riding a white horse on the Brooklyn Bridge in search of his lost love, played by Downton Abbey's Jessica Brown Findlay. Look for this fantasy-romance on Valentine's Day.
British actors Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde star in this remake of the original film from 1981 that starred Brooke Shields. Why so many Brits in American films? We don't know, but if they're as hot as Pettyfer, we don't mind. Endless Love also opens on Feb. 14.
Welcome to America Danila Kozlovsky! An award-winning actor from Russia, this tall, dark and handsome hottie plays Dimitri Belikov, the love interest for Rose Hathaway (Zoey Deutch), a half-human, half-vampire called a "Dampir." Vampire Academy opens Feb. 7.
There's nothing like a volcano to really heat things up in a relationship! Ex-slave-turned-gladiator, Milo (Kit Harington), falls for the beautiful and wealthy young Cassia (Emily Browning) in ancient Italy. Together, they must face earthquakes, tidal waves and an erupting Mt. Vesuvius as they struggle to survive. Pompeii opens in 3-D Feb. 21.
In this futuristic tale, people are separated into factions based on their personality type. Those who don't fit into a particular faction are called "divergents" and are considered to be highly dangerous. Shailene Woodley plays Tris, a girl shunned by her society, hoping a man called Four (Theo James), will help save her life. Divergent opens March 21.
They're back! Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone join forces to battle against the mysterious Electro (Jamie Foxx), a minion of the evil Oscorp company, who seems to have electrical powers. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens May 2.
Of course we can't forget the trusty Tribute and her infamous love triangle with Gale and Peeta. Certainly the brave Katniss Everdeen will have to break someone's heart. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 opens Nov. 21.
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