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    033012: Opening This Weekend

    Posted: 30 Mar 2012 03:17 AM PDT

    New Twist On An Old Story

    Friday has arrived and that means it’s time for a new crop of movies on the big screen. What will the Box Office Top Ten look like by the end of the weekend? Will The Hunger Games remain victor? Or will something new grab that top spot? Only time will tell.

    When it comes to new flicks this weekend there are two opening in wide release while one other has a limited release run.

    New Movies This Weekend

    Mirror, Mirror – PG on 3,603 screens
    The first of two Snow White movies due out this year. This comedic re-telling of the classic tale stars Lily Collins as the title character. Julia Roberts is the evil Queen who’s taken Snow White’s kingdom away from her. The Social Network actor Armie Hammer plays the Prince. Mirror Mirror is not to be confused with Snow White and the Huntsman, the Kristen Stewart-Charlize Theron drama opening in June.

    Wrath of the Titans – PG-13 on 3,545 screens
    The sequel to the 2010 Clash of the Titans remake once again stars Sam Worthington as Perseus, who’s half-man and half-god. He seeks to rescue a captured Zeus from the Titans. Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes also star in the film which is screening in 3D as well.

    Bully – No Rating opening on 5 screens
    The Weinstein Company announced earlier this week it would release an unrated version of its teen bullying documentary after it failed to win an appeal of the R rating assigned to the film by the Motion Picture Association of America. Bully director Lee Hirsch says his hope for the documentary is that “people will see the film, engage in conversation, make a choice to do things differently”.

    Enjoy the show!
    Dr. Rus