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New To Theatres This Weekend: How to Train Your Dragon, Hot Tub Time Machine, Chloe

There's an interesting battle shaping up at the box office this weekend as Alice in Wonderland faces a serious threat from the DreamWorks animated film How to Train Your Dragon, a movie being hailed as the next film to truly use 3-D in unique ways and currently sitting at a staggering 95% on Rotten Tomatoes [1]. Meanwhile, Hot Tub Time Machine has been building some good buzz from a number of early advance screenings and is hoping to be a surprise hit as well. In limited release, we also have the Disney documentary Waking Sleeping Beauty, Atom Egoyan's Chloe, and the crime flick Ca$h starring Sean Bean and Chris Hemsworth. Will you be checking out any new movies this weekend? How to Train Your Dragon [2] Hot Tub Time Machine [3] Chloe [4] (limited) Ca$h [5] (limited) Waking Sleeping Beauty [6] (limited) Dancing Across Borders [7] (limited) The Eclipse [8] (limited) Godspeed [9] (limited) Bluebeard [10] (limited) [1] http://www.
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New International Trailer: Chloe

New International Trailer: Chloe
This just in: Amanda Seyfried showing a less sane, super-sexier side than her Dear John persona. Chloe, the latest work from Atom Egoyan, stars Ms. Seyfried as the titular character, an escort hired by a doctor, Catherine (Julianne Moore), who suspects her husband, David (Liam Neeson), is cheating. The plan unravels, as these schemes so often do, when both marrieds begin to fall for Chloe’s seductive ways.

Chloe premiered at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, and Sony Pictures Classics enacts a platform release starting on March 26th.

We could fall crazy in love with any of these three stars — how about you?
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Atom Egoyan's Chloe goes commercial with Moore, Neeson

As much as we love his films, few English-language directors seem quite as anti-commercial as Atom Egoyan. But Studiocanal seems to think that he may find an audience this time out, because it's fully funding his next picture. Perhaps it's because this is coming through fellow Canadian Ivan Reitman and his Montecito Picture Company label; those Canadians do like to stick together.
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