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Spring movie preview

Julia Roberts, Russell Crowe and Ben Affleck highlight a spring movie season producing some serious star wattage. Leading the way is Roberts and Clive Owen in the spy-crime thriller Duplicity.

March 13

Race to Witch Mountain
Race to Witch Mountain is loosely based on the ’70s-era adventures including Escape to Witch Mountain starring Kim Richards (who has a cameo in this incarnation).

Carla Gugino and The Rock have a Race

The Rock is a cabbie who picks up a couple of kids at the airport who really are not a couple of children. The trailer has rocked audiences sinces its debut and early buzz on the flick is positive, so look for The Rock to have a rock-solid hit.

March 20

I Love You, Man
Paul Rudd is getting married and, when it comes down to it, he does not have a best friend. Come to think of it, he does not have any male friends and needs a Best Man immediately. Man seeks Bromance?Jason Segal, Jamie Pressley and Rashida Jones also star in this comedy that is as hilarious as the previews hint it could be.

Jason Segal and Paul Rudd plot in I Love You, Man

Stay tuned to SheKnows next week as we interview Paul Rudd, Jason Segal and our exclusive one-on-one with Rashida Jones.

In Duplicity, Julia Roberts and Clive Owen star as spies-turned-corporate operatives in the midst of a clandestine love affair. When they find themselves on either side of an all-out corporate war, they discover the toughest part of the job is deciding how much to trust the one you love.

Julia Roberts and Clive Owen tangle in Duplicity

CIA officer Claire Stenwick (Roberts) and MI6 agent Ray Koval (Owen) have left the world of government intelligence to cash in on the highly profitable cold war raging between two rival multinational corporations. Their mission? Secure the formula for a product that will bring a fortune to the company that patents it first.

For their employers—industry titan Howard Tully (Tom Wilkinson) and buccaneer CEO Dick Garsik (Paul Giamatti)—nothing is out of bounds. When the stakes rise, no one knows who is playing whom, and the trickiest secret for Claire and Ray becomes their growing attraction. As they each try to stay one double-cross ahead, two career loners find their schemes endangered by the only thing they can’t cheat their way out of: love.Sin Nombre
Sin Nombre
is an epic dramatic thriller written and directed by Student Academy Award winner Cary Joji Fukunaga. In his feature debut, Fukunaga’s own experience translates to the vitality seen on screen. The filmmaker’s own time with Central American immigrants who were drawn by the lure of American promise paints passion into this Spanish-language movie.

A Spanish vision, Sin Nombre

Sin Nombre is the story of Sayra (Paulina Gaitan), a teenager living in Honduras who yearns for more than her surroundings will provide. Her long-estranged father surfaces and presents Sayra her first real chance at her dream — emigrating with her uncle and him across Mexico and then into the United States. Sayra’s father is already in America with a new family.

Imagine if Knowing the future would aide in preventing some of the worst human suffering. Would you try to alievate humanity’s ills?Thus is the premise of the latest action film from Nicolas Cage. Cage plays a is a teacher who opens a time capsule at his son’s elementary school. Gazing at what they find, Cage and his class discover that the document has predicted every terrible disaster in the years since the time capsule was buried. Cage believes his family is at the heart of the prophecy and then Knowing takes off!

Up next…the 3D magic of Monsters vs. Aliens, Amy Adams, Kristen Stewart returns and Uma marries.

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