In this week's trailers, Will Smith and Tom Hanks try to help M. Night Shyamalan and the Wachowski siblings prove their decade-old first films weren't just flukes.
Also, Kirsten Dunst rounds up a rowdy group of bachelorettes, and Hugh Laurie hooks up with Leighton Meester.
Plus, Gerard Butler goes surfing and a "Lost" alum takes up dancing.
About Cherry - August 9 On Demand, September 21 In Theaters
Well if this isn't a "Boogie Nights," rip-off, nothing is. It even has Rollergirl in it! With a cast including James Franco and Dev Patel, this film may have its merits, but all it makes us want to do is go rent "Boogie Nights."
Freelancers - August 10
What happened to Robert De Niro? How did he go from "Raging Bull" and "Taxi Driver" to this?
Surely "Freelancers" will be entertaining, if only to see De Niro ham it up in another gritty "Departed" kick-off, but it's a little depressing. He used to work with Pacino and Brando. Now he's teaming up with 50 Cent. Please, just no more "Fockers" sequels.
The Campaign - August 10 (Red Band)
More of a clip than a trailer, if "Campaign" can keep the momentum of this dinner scene running through the whole movie, this could be the escapist comedy the film industry desperately needs right now.
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