Jan. 3: "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones" (Paramount) --Although it's technically not "Paranormal Activity 5," the latest entry in the found-footage horror franchise focuses on a Latino teen who becomes possessed by a malevolent spirit after making the cardinal horror movie sin of investigating a crime scene.
Jan. 3: "The Best Offer" (Warner Bros.) -- Geoffrey Rush plays an eccentric European art auctioneer who develops an obsession with an heiress who hires him to auction off the large collection of art and antiques left to her by her parents. Jim Sturgess, Donald Sutherland and Sylvia Hoeks co-star.
Jan. 3: "Beyond Outrage" (Magnet) --The sequel to Takeshi Kitano's 2010 Japanese action crime thriller "Outrage" focuses on the war between two gangs as police launch a full-scale crackdown on organized crime.
Jan. 3: "Open Grave" (Tribeca Film) --Sharlto Copley ("Elysium") stars in this horror film as a man who awakens in a pit of dead bodies with no memory of how he got there, and then rescued by strangers who are also trying to figure out why they are there.
Jan. 10: "Lone Survivor" (Universal) --Mark Wahlberg is the only Navy SEAL who makes it out alive in director Peter Berg's war film based on a failed 2005 mission in which four soldiers were tasked with killing or capturing notorious Taliban leader Ahmad Shahd.
Jan. 10: "Cold Comes the Night" (Sony) -- Following his career-defining role as Walter White on "Breaking Bad," Bryan Cranston plays another criminal -- this one a nearly blind Russian -- holding Alice Eve hostage in this crime drama co-starring Logan Marshall-Green as a crooked cop who stole Cranston's cash.
Jan. 10: "The Legend of Hercules" (Summit Entertainment) -- "Twilight" star Kellan Lutz plays the mythical strong man in action director Renny Harlin's take on the classic tale, which Brett Ratner is also adapting this summer with The Rock in the lead.
Jan. 10: "The Truth About Emanuel" (Tribeca Film) -- Jessica Biel plays a woman who bears a striking resemblance to her new neighbor's dead mother, and becomes the object of the troubled girl's fascination.
Jan. 17: "Jamesy Boy" (Phase 4/XLrator Media) -- Spencer Lofranco stars as a teenager who gets thrown in maximum security prison, and emerges with a brighter future after a convicted murderer becomes his mentor. James Woods, Mary-Louise Parker and Ving Rhames co-star.
Jan. 17: "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" (Paramount) -- Chris Pine takes over the iconic character created by Tom Clancy in Kenneth Branagh's thriller about the literary character's early adventures with the CIA. Branagh, Kevin Costner and Keira Knightley co-star.
Jan. 17: "The Nut Job" (Open Road Films) -- Will Arnett takes the lead in this animated film as a squirrel banished from his cozy park, and forced to survive in the city. When nuts get scarce, he sets his eyes on a nut store and plans a family-friendly heist with the help of furry friends voiced by Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl, Brendan Fraser and Maya Rudolph.
Jan. 17: "Devil's Due" (20th Century Fox) -- "Rosemary's Baby" is getting a "Paranormal Activity"-style makeover in this found-footage horror film in which a newlywed woman (Allison Miller) gives birth to Satan's baby, while her husband (Zach Gilford) captures it all on video.
Jan. 17: "Ride Along" (Universal) -- Kevin Hart revives the buddy cop comedy as a fast-talking security guard who goes on a 24-hour ride along with his girlfriend's cop brother, played by Ice Cube, in order to prove he's worthy of marrying her.
Jan. 17: "Like Father Like Son" (Sundance Selects) -- This critically-acclaimed Japanese drama, which was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, focuses on a father who learns his biological son was switched with another child at birth. He must make a life-changing decision and choose his true son or the boy he raised as his own for six years.
Jan. 17: "Like Father Like Son" (Sundance Selects) --This critically-acclaimed Japanese drama, which was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, focuses on a father who learns his biological son was switched with another child at birth. He must make a life-changing decision and choose his true son or the boy he raised as his own for six years.
Jan. 24: "I, Frankenstein" (Lionsgate) -- Aaron Eckhart plays a very handsome version of Dr. Frankenstein's monster, who is caught in a war between two immortal clans -- gargoyles and fallen angels -- in this action flick from the producers of "Underworld."
Jan. 24: "Gimme Shelter" (Roadside Attractions) -- Vanessa Hudgens plays an abused teenager in this based-on-a-true-story tale of survival on the streets. Rosario Dawson plays her trashy mother, while Brendan Frasier plays the wealthy father who abandoned her.
Jan. 31: "Labor Day" (Paramount) -- Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin star in director Jason Reitman's adaptation of a novel written by Joyce Maynard. A depressed, single mother (Winslet) offers an escaped convict (Brolin) refuge while the police carry out a manhunt.
Jan. 31: "That Awkward Moment" (Focus Features) -- Zac Efron, Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan play three best buds navigating New York City's dating scene as they struggle to face "that awkward moment" when it's time to make things official with their significant others.
Jan. 31: "At Middleton" (Anchor Bay) -- Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga play a pair of parents who fall for each other while taking their children on a college admissions tour.
Feb. 7: "The LEGO Movie" (Warner Bros.) -- Chris Pratt voices an ordinary LEGO minifigure mistaken for the MasterBuilder, and recruited for a quest to stop an evil LEGO tyrant from gluing the universe together. "21 Jump Street" directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller helmed the animated film featuring the voices of Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Will Ferrell, Liam Neeson, Cobie Smulders, Elizabeth Banks, Morgan Freeman, Nick Offerman, Charlie Day and Alison Brie.
Feb. 7: "Monument's Men" (Sony) -- George Clooney's latest film -- which he directed, produced and stars in -- focuses on a platoon of unlikely soldiers who are tasked with rescuing precious art masterpieces from Nazis. Matt Damon, John Goodman, Bill Murray, Jean Dujardian and Bob Balaban are under Clooney's command in the World War II drama.
Feb. 7: "Nurse 3D" (Lionsgate) -- This erotic thriller stars Paz de la Huerta ("Boardwalk Empire") as a psychotic nurse who uses her sexuality to lure cheating men to brutal deaths, while trying to pursue a relationship with a new nurse, played by Katrina Bowden ("30 Rock").
Feb. 12: "RoboCop" (Sony): "The Killing" star Joel Kinnaman takes over for Peter Weller as Alex Murphy -- a police officer living in 2028 Detroit who is nearly killed, but miraculously revived by OmniCorp technology and turned into a robotic cop to bring justice to the streets of the corrupt American city. Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Abbie Cornish, Jay Baruchel and Samuel L. Jackson co-star in director José Padilha's reboot of the classic science fiction franchise.
Feb. 14: "Winter's Tale" (Warner Bros.) -- Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly and Russell Crowe star in this romantic reincarnation fantasy film about a burglar who falls for a dying woman, and sets out to find her when he is reincarnated in present-day New York City.
Feb. 14: "Vampire Academy" (The Weinstein Company) -- In yet another adaptation of a popular young adult novel, Zoey Deutch stars as a peaceful teenage vampire who is just trying to survive vampire high school when violent, bloodthirsty vampires come after her BFF, Princess Vasilisa Dragomir (Lucy Fry).
Feb. 14: "Endless Love" (Universal) -- This remake of a 1981 movie starring Brooke Shields, which was based on a novel of the same name, focuses on a privileged teenage girl (Gabriella Wilde) falling for a boy (Alex Pettyfer) that her dad thinks is from the wrong side of the tracks, and therefore, no good for his daughter.
Feb. 14: "About Last Night" (Screen Gems) -- Kevin Hart and Michael Ealy ("Almost Human") co-star in this remake of a 1986 rom-com as two friends falling for another pair of friends, played by Regina Hall ("Scary Movie") and Joy Bryant ("Parenthood").
Feb. 21: "Pompeii" (Film District) --"Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington plays a slave-turned-gladiator who is trying to rescue the woman of his dreams, while surviving a giant volcanic eruption in this action movie from "Resident Evil" director Paul W.S. Anderson.
Feb. 21: "Three Days to Kill" (Relativity Media) -- Kevin Costner plays a dying Secret Service agent trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter, but then offered an experimental drug that could save his life in exchange for lone last assignment. Hailee Steinfeld and Amber Heard co-star in the McG action movie.
Feb. 21: "In Secret" (Roadside Attractions) -- Elizabeth Olsen stars in this period drama as a sexually repressed beautiful young woman trapped in a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille (Tom Felton), and then begins an illicit affair with his friend (Oscar Isaac) that leads to tragic consequences.
Feb. 28: "Non-Stop" (Universal) -- Liam Neeson takes his particular set of action skills 20,000 feet in the air as an air marshall who is framed for hijacking an international flight with a bomb on board.
Feb. 28: "Repentance" (Lionsgate) -- Forest Whitaker produces and stars in this psychological horror film as a disturbed man who takes a self-help author (Anthony Mackie) and his family hostage in order to make them pay for their past sins.
Feb. 28: "Son of God" (Twentieth Century Fox) -- Diogo Morgado leaps from the small screen to the big screen as Jesus in a theatrical version of the Mark Burnett-produced miniseries, "The Bible."
March 7: "300: Rise of an Empire" (Warner Bros.) -- Ripped, buff and shirtless Spartans are back on the big screen as Greek general Themistocles (Sullivan Stapleton) battles an invading army of Persians who wiped 300 Spartans led by King Leonidas (Gerard Butler) in 2006.
March 7: "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" (DreamWorks) -- This adaptation of a classic cartoon character featured in the same program as Rocky and Bullwinkle follows the world's smartest dog (Ty Burrell) helping his adopted son go back in time to rewrite history after the boy accidentally messes it all up.
March 14: "Need for Speed" (Disney) -- Aaron Paul plays an ex-con joins a cross-country street race looking for revenge on the man who framed him. Dominic Cooper, Dakota Johnson, Imogen Poots and Michael Keaton co-star in this video game adaptation.
March 14: "The Single Moms Club" (Lionsgate) -- Nia Long ("Best Man Holiday") and Wendi McLendon-Covey ("Bridesmaids") star as two of the single moms in a support group that forms after an incident at their children's school in this film written and directed by Tyler Perry.
March 14: "Grace of Monaco" (The Weinstein Company) -- Nicole Kidman plays Grace Kelly in this drama that focuses on the actress' crisis of marriage and identity, set in the early 1960s during a political dispute between Monaco's Prince Rainier III and France's Charles De Gaulle.
March 21: "Divergent" (Summit Entertainment) -- Shailene Woodley stars in this YA novel adaptation as a teenager who stumbles upon a conspiracy to wipe out a faction of humanity in a futuristic dystopian tale co-starring Theo James, Miles Teller and Kate Winslet.
March 21: "Bad Words" (Focus Features) -- Jason Bateman makes his feature directorial debut with this subversive comedy in which he stars as a man who finds a loophole in the rules of The Golden Quill national spelling bee and decides to cause trouble by hijacking the competition. Contest officials, outraged parents, and overly ambitious 8th graders are no match, as he ruthlessly crushes their dreams of victory and fame.
March 21: "Stretch" (Universal) --Patrick Wilson plays a limo driver who takes a job driving around a mysterious billionaire, played by Chris Pine, who is trying to sell his ledger of criminal associates to the highest bidder. Ed Helms, Jessica Alba and Brooklyn Decker co-star in director Joe Carnahan's low-budget action comedy.
March 21: "Blood Ties" (Roadside Attractions) -- Mila Kunis, Marion Cotillard, Billy Crudup, James Caan and Clive Owen star in this drama about two brothers on both sides of the law facing off over organized crime in Brooklyn during the 1970s.
March 21: "Muppets Most Wanted" (Disney -- Director James Bobin's sequel to 2011's "The Muppets" follows Kermit trying to clear his name after a lookalike pulls of a jewel heist in Europe while the gang is on a world tour. Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais and Ty Burrell -- plus numerous celebrity cameos -- make up the human cast.
March 28: "Cesar Chavez" -- Michael Pena stars as the civil rights and labor activist in Diego Luna's film chronicling the man's movement, while being torn between his duties as a family man and his commitment to securing a living wage for farm workers.
March 28: "Noah" (Paramount) -- Darren Aronofsky puts his spin on the classic biblical tale about Noah's Ark. Russell Crowe stars as the captain of the ship, while Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Anthony Hopkins co-star.
March 28: "A Haunted House 2" (Open Road Films) -- Marlon Wayans returns to parody the paranormal in the sequel to 2013's "A Haunted House." After exercising the demons of his girlfriend, he's starting fresh with a new flame and her two children in a new haunted homestead.
April 4: "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" (Disney) -- Chris Evans picks up his adamantium for S.H.I.E.L.D. when a new threat from his past emerges. Scarlett Johansson returns as Black Widow, while Anthony Mackie joins the Marvel universe as The Falcon.
April 4: "Island of Lemurs: Madagascar" (IMAX) -- Morgan Freeman narrates this documentary about the life of wild lemurs living in Madagascar.
April 4: "Frankie and Alice" (Codeblack Entertainment) -- Halle Berry plays a woman with multiple personality disorder struggling to remain true to herself and not give in to her racist alter ego.
April 4: "Dom Hemingway" (Fox Searchlight) -- Jude Law is rude, crude and out of control in this British crime comedy about a notorious safe cracker looking for what he is owed after being released from prison.
April 11: "Sabotage" (Open Road Films) -- Arnold Schwarzenegger leads the cast of director David Ayer's thriller about a tight-knit group of DEA agents who are being assassinated one by one after stealing from a drug cartel.
April 11: "Only Lovers Left Alive" (Sony Pictures Classics) -- Writer and director Jim Jarmusch puts his unique spin on vampires in this drama about two bloodsuckers (Tom Hiddleston, Tilda Swinton) who have been in love for centuries.
April 11: "Rio 2" (20th Century Fox) -- Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) and Jewel (Anne Hathaway) relocate from their comfy home in Rio de Janeiro to the Amazon so their kids can learn to live like real birds. As Blu tries to fit in with his new neighbors, he worries he may lose Jewel and the kids to the call of the wild.
April 11: "Draft Day" (Lionsgate) -- Kevin Costner plays the general manager of the Cleveland Browns on the day the team struggles to acquire the number one draft pick. Ivan Reitman directs, while Jennifer Garner, Sam Eilliot, Frank Langella, Ellen Burstyn and Tom Welling co-star.
April 16: "Heaven Is for Real" (Sony) -- Greg Kinnear plays a small-town father struggling to accept his young son's claims that he has been to heaven during a near-death experience, and has met the souls of loved ones the townsfolk has lost.
April 18: "Bears" (Disney) -- John C. Reilly narrates this nature documentary about bears living in Alaska.
April 18: "Transcendence" (Warner Bros.) -- Johnny Depp and Kate Mara star as two leading computer scientists working toward their goal of Technological Singularity, as a radical anti-technology organization fights to prevent them from creating a world where computers can transcend the abilities of the human brain in "Dark Knight" trilogy cinematographer Wally Pfister's directorial debut.
April 25: "The Other Woman" (Twentieth Century Fox) -- Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton star in this comedy about a woman who learns her boyfriend is actually married, then teams up with his wife for revenge.
April 25: "The Quiet Ones" (Lionsgate) -- Jared Harris plays a physics professor who assembles a team to help create a poltergeist in this horror movie.
April 25: "Walk of Shame" (Focus World) -- Elizabeth Banks plays a reporter whose dream of becoming a news anchor is compromised after a one-night stand leaves her stranded in downtown Los ANgeles without a phone, car, ID or money. James Marsden co-stars.