The Debt (August 31): Our first film is a slick spy thriller starring Helen Mirren, Sam Worthington and Tom Wilkinson. Set in 1965 and present day, the trio hunts an escaped Nazi war criminal.
Columbiana (September): Zoe Saldana of "Avatar" and J.J. Abrahm's "Star Trek" reboot plays a sexy vigilante out for blood. Spurned on by the pain of witnessing her parent's brutal murder, the young Columbiana dedicates her life to hunting down the men responsible for destroying her family.
Apollo 18 (September 2): Two American astronauts are sent on an expedition to the moon only to discover something sinister that threatens the mission and their lives.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (September 16): Based off the 1974 novel of the same name, a retired spy is forced to come back to MI6 in order to uncover a Soviet mole within the organization. With a cast full of superstars, there's little danger of the audience discovering the mole first.
Moneyball (September 23): Brad Pitt has enough money to be able to choose which projects he works on. That should be reason enough to go see Moneyball, in which he plays Baseball General Manager Billy Bean.
Reel Steel (October 7): You think WWE is fake? Wait until you see "Reel Steel," which is set in a future where robot duels are as common as boxing matches are today. The premise may be absurd, but the addition of Hugh Jackman and Evangeline Lilly gives it great potential.
The Thing (October 12): A remake of the 1982 film of the same name, "The Thing" looks like a polished and modern version of the John Carpenter classic. Don't go if you're at all squeamish.
The Three Musketeers (October 21): There have been countless retellings of "The Three Musketeers" (most of them bad), but this one just might surpise viewers. Look out for Christoph Waltz as the evil Cardinal Richelieu.
In Time (October 28): In a future where time literally is money, the rich can live forever and the poor are forced to work for every minute. Justin Timberlake stars as a working stiff suddenly given a century's worth of time, which is a gift that angers the powers that be, unleashing an action-packed manhunt sure to please Michael Bay lovers.
Sherlock Holmes 2 (December 16): While you're waiting for more of BBC's "Sherlock," you can busy yourself with the sequel to the 2009 re-imagining of Conan-Doyle's claim to fame. Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law reprise their roles as Holmes and Watson.
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (December 23): A remake of the insanely popular Swedish film trilogy of the same name, the American version of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" promises to thrill and disturb Christmas audiences.
Mission Impossible 4 (December 23): The "Mission Impossible" franchise has had its rough patches, but this newest addition might turn things around. Not only will there be amazing action sequences, but an all-star ensemble to take some screen time away from Tom Cruise.
War Horse (December 30): Steven Spieldberg and John Williams reunite again to tell the story of a boy and horse as they struggle to survive World War I. Be warned, you will leave crying.