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Trailer: 'J. Edgar'
Trailer: 'J. Edgar': Clint Eastwood directs and Lionardo DiCaprio stars in a film biography of former FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, a man who was reviled, revered and full of secrets.
Leonardo DiCaprio as J. Edgar Hoover in Warner Bros. Pictures drama J. Edgar. / Keith Bernstein/Warner Bros.


For date-night cuddlers:

L.A. college students endure the sweet sorrow of a long-distance relationship in Sundance hit Like Crazy (Oct. 28). ... Cannes sensation The Artist dares to be nearly dialogue-free (Nov. 23). ... With New Yearís Eve, director Garry Marshall re-gifts last yearís Valentineís Day by wrapping it with a fresh ensemble that includes Sarah Jessica Parker, Abigail Breslin and Josh Duhamel (Dec. 9).

For action addicts:

With Pixar director Brad Bird switching to live action, Tom Cruise could be on the comeback trail as he slips into agent Ethan Huntís disguises for a fourth time in Mission: Impossible ó Ghost Protocol (Dec. 21). ... Expectations are high for David Fincherís The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo based on the best-selling thriller (Dec. 21).

For family-fun seekers:

Shrekís fencing feline sidekick Antonio Banderas once more supplies the animated catís meow in Puss in Boots (Oct. 28). ... Penguin Mumble dances his way around a habitat-destroying thaw in Happy Feet Two in 3D (Nov. 18). ... An array of pals join The Muppets (Nov. 23). ... Martin Scorsese goes kid-friendly with Hugo, about an orphaned boy in í30s Paris (Nov. 23).

For popcorn-fare aficionados:

In Tower Heist, Eddie Murphy is in fine, funny form as a wily criminal who helps out Ben Stiller, the leader of a bunch of blue-collar workers, mete out revenge against a rich crook (Nov. 4). ... Itís the beginning of the end of the Twilight Saga as Bella and vampire beau Edward say ďI doĒ and face dangerous consequences in the first part of Breaking Dawn (Nov. 18). ... Those toothy fish are hungry for a second helping as the prehistoric terrors stalk a water park in Piranha 3DD (Nov. 23). ... Itís elementary that Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law would reprise their roles as the sly Victorian sleuth and loyal helper who must match wits with arch-enemy Prof. Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (Dec. 16).

For serious cineastes:

Michelle Williams smolders as Marilyn Monroe in My Week With Marilyn (Nov. 4). ... Leonardo DiCaprio suits up as the ultimate G-man, warts and all, in Clint Eastwoodís J. Edgar (Nov. 9). ... Tensions run high as two sets of New York parents, including Kate Winslet and Jodie Foster, air their differences in Carnage (Nov. 18). ... Meryl Streep might nab Oscar No. 3 as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady (Dec. 16). ... Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock combine forces in Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, about a 9-year-old boy whose father died in the World Trade Center attacks (Dec. 25).

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