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A sneak peek at 2010's movies

January 16, 2010 |  2:52 pm

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In 2010, Hollywood films will go down the rabbit hole with a Mad Hatter, ascend to the magical realm of Mount Olympus where mighty Zeus still rules, and revisit Sherwood Forest where, this time, a former "Gladiator" is the one notching the arrows. Fans of the fantastic will be able to pick their pack when it comes to werewolves, suit up with a familiar Marvel superhero or watch Angelina Jolie reload in another spy vs. spy adventure.

It's also a big year for sword-fighting with "Percy Jackson & the Olympians" in February, "Clash of the Titans," starring "Avatar's" Sam Worthington, on March 26, and "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time," starring Jake Gyllenhaal and based on the video game, on May 28. Will one of those magic movies become the box-office heir to "Harry Potter"? That $5.3-billion franchise is back a week before Thanksgiving with "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I." Other returning franchises include "Iron Man 2" (in May, with Mickey Rourke as the villain) and "Toy Story 3" (in June, with Michael Keaton added as boy-toy Ken), "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" (June) and "Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" (December). Here is a  peek at some of the year's highlights.

-- Geoff Boucher

'Shutter Island'

'Iron Man 2'

'Alice in Wonderland'

'Inception'

'Sex and the City 2'

 'Robin Hood'

'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'

'Green Zone'

 'Date Night'

 'Salt'

 'The Wolfman'

'Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief'

More 2010 movie sneaks

Photos: From left, Angelina Jolie in "Salt," Russell Crowe in "Robin Hood," Mia Wasikowska in "Alice in Wonderland," and Leonardo DiCaprio in "Inception." Columbia Pictures / Universal Pictures / Disney / Warner Bros.


 
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What about Tron: Legacy?

Nowhere do I see Somewhere

I CAN'T WAIT FOR NARNIA 3 I HAVE THE FIRST TWO i can't wait

From the list of movie above I think that The Twilight Saga: Eclipse would be the best entertaining movie but I would advice to watch Robin Hood over all other movies.


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