Opening Wide: Get Him to the Greek, Killers, Splice, Marmaduke

by | June 4, 2010 at 8:51 PM | The Movies

Here’s what’s playing at your local theater this weekend – four new films open up nationwide. First, there’s the wacky comedy testosteroney Get Him to the Greek, as well the slightly more estrogeny action rom-com Killers. There’s also Splice, a really dark twisted sci-fi tale that you definitely don’t want to take your kids to. Send the kids to go see Marmaduke. It’s about a big dog what gets into trouble. In selected cities (and as David Letterman always says, we just pray to God your city has been selected), there’s Colin Farrell and his Irish folktale film Ondine, which you can also watch right now on Comcast On Demand from the comfort of your own home. Take a closer look at your options below.

Get Him to the Greek
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In this Forgetting Sarah Marshall spin-off, Jonah Hill stars as Aaron Green, who is ordered by his crazy music mogul boss (Sean Combs) to escort bombastic drug-addict rock star Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) from England to Los Angeles’ famed Greek Theater for a comeback concert, and the trip leads them to all sorts of insane situations.

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Katherine Heigl is flabbergasted and freaked out when she finds out her new husband (Ashton Kutcher) is actually an ex-spy with a huge price on his head.

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Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley are renegade geneticists who develop a brand new human-animal hybrid life form, but since they’re not legally allowed to be doing that, they have to hide the new creature they’ve named Dren from the world and raise her as their own… and that’s when things start to get really, really creepy.

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The big comic-strip dog who always gets into trouble makes his way to the big screen in a live-action movie, with Owen Wilson providing his voice.

Watch another clip from Marmaduke.


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Colin Farrell is a down on his luck Irish fisherman who finds his life drastically changed when his net draws up a lovely young woman (Alicja Bachelda) from the sea whose existence is a complete mystery to him, and his daughter begins to convince him that she may be a creature of folklore.