“A Christmas Carol”
Opens: November 6
Robert Zemekis presents the classic the way Dickens’ always intended it to be seen: in animated 3D starring Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman and Robin Wright Penn.
Opens: December 18
James Cameron’s long awaited sci-fi epic about a band of humans battling aliens on a distant planet. Michelle Rodriguez, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Giovanni Ribisi star.
“Alice in Wonderland”
Opens: March 5, 2010
Director Tim Burton has assembled an all-star cast for this live-action Lewis Carroll adaptation, including Johnny Depp (as the Mad Hatter), Anne Hathaway (White Queen) and Alan Rickman.
“How to Train Your Dragon”
Opens: March 26, 2010
Jay Baruchel stars as a Viking’s son who trains a scrawny dragon to be a hero. Also stars Gerald Butler and America Ferrara.
“Shrek Goes Fourth”
Opens: May 21, 2010
The continuing adventures of Shrek and Co.
“Toy Story 3”
Opens: June 8, 2010
Pixar adds a new dimension to its most beloved franchise; this time, Buzz, Woody and the gang are unceremoniously dumped at a day-care center when their beloved owner, Andy, goes off to college. Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Wallace Shawn, Don Rickles, John Ratzenberger and Estelle Harris return.
Opens: July 9, 2010
Steve Carell voices a genius mastermind inventor whose plans to steal the moon are complicated by three outcast orphan girls.
Opens: November 5, 2010
A brilliant supervillian questions his life after accidentially killing his nemesis. Stars Robert Downey Jr., Tina Fey and Ben Stiller.
“Step Up 3D”
The energetic choreography of the first two “Step Up” movies gets more in-your-face with this 3-D threequel.
“Beauty and the Beast”
The only animated film ever to receive a Best Picture nomination returns to the big screen in a never-before-seen 3-D version.
Heads exploded when Disney announced a sequel to its computer-animation classic; there was a second explosion when the studio said it would be released in 3-D. Jeff Bridges returns.