New York Minute. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have divergent agendas when they head off for a day in Manhattan, but plans go awry. With Eugene Levy. Directed by Dennie Gordon ("What a Girl Wants"). Warner Bros., May 7.
The Onion Movie. The writers and editors of the underground college humor paper gone national use a sketch format to take satirical swipes at the world today. Fox Searchlight, third quarter.
The Perfect Score. In the name of self-determination, a group of high school friends (including Erika Christensen and Scarlett Johansson) makes plans to hijack the SAT test. Brian Robbins ("Varsity Blues") directs. Paramount, Jan. 30.
The Prince & Me. Pre-med student Julia Styles must choose between her profession and her love for the Prince of Denmark. Directed by Martha Coolidge. Paramount, March 12
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement. Anne Hathaway's regal education continues. Today's lesson: You have to get married before you get crowned queen. With Julie Andrews and Hector Elizondo. Garry Marshall directs. Walt Disney, July 16.
Raising Helen. Tragedy leaves ambitious Kate Hudson in charge of her sister's three children. With John Corbett. Garry Marshall directs. Walt Disney, Sept. 17.
The Ringer. Johnny Knoxville ("Jackass") stars in this Farrelly brothers-produced enterprise about a man desperate enough to try to fix the Special Olympics. Barry W. Blaustein ("Beyond the Mat") directs. Fox Searchlight, third quarter.
Saved! American Christian High School student Jena Malone's pregnancy causes popular best friend Mandy Moore and the in-crowd to shun her, but she finds camaraderie with the campus misfits. Directed by Brian Dannelly. United Artists, April 23.
Schultze Gets the Blues. Regimented retired miner and polka accordionist is transfigured when he discovers zydeco music. Written and directed by Michael Schorr. Paramount Classics, TBA.
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard and Linda Cardellini are back and someone is reintroducing such classic Mystery Inc. adversaries as the Pterodactyl Ghost and the Black Knight. Director Raja Gosnell also returns. Warner Bros. March 26.
Sex Is Comedy. Film director Anne Parillaud ("La Femme Nikita") has to orchestrate a sex scene between two actors who can't stand each other. With Gregoire Colin. Catherine Breillat ("Romance") directs. IFC, October.
Shaolin Soccer. True believer Stephen Chow reunites his friends and applies the ancient art in a new way. The multitalented Chow produces, writes, directs and edits. Miramax, March 26.
She Hate Me. Fired for whistle-blowing, biotech exec Anthony Mackie ("8 Mile") takes up the slack by impregnating wealthy lesbians. Kerry Washington also stars. Spike Lee directs. Sony Pictures Classics, TBA.
Showboy. Mockumentary about fired "Six Feet Under" writer Christian Taylor, who pursues his dream of becoming a dancer in a Vegas show. Taylor co-directs with Lindy Heyman. Here! Films/Regent Releasing, April 9.
Sideways. California pinot noir and strange women mark a pre-wedding journey undertaken by longtime friends Paul Giamatti ("American Splendor") and Thomas Haden Church ("Lowell on the TV series "Wings"). With Sandra Oh ("Under the Tuscan Sun") and Virginia Madsen. Fox Searchlight, fourth quarter.
Sleepover. Four girls have a memorable night when they enter a marathon scavenger hunt. Alexa Vega and Mika Boorem star. Directed by Joe Nussbaum ("George Lucas in Love"). MGM, TBA.
Son of the Mask. Cartoonist Jamie Kennedy's infant son gets hold of the Mask of Loki and acquires its shape-shifting powers. Alan Cumming also stars. Directed by Lawrence Guterman ("Cats & Dogs"). New Line, Oct 15.
Soul Plane. You are free to dance about the cabin, on a new black-owned airline packed with funky amenities. Kevin Hart, Method Man, Tom Arnold and Snoop Dogg head the cast. Directed by Jessy Terrero. MGM, May 28.
Spanglish. James L. Brooks' first film since "As Good As It Gets" looks at the culture clash that occurs when a Mexican woman (Spanish star Paz Vega of "Sex and Lucia") and her daughter go to work at the home of an affluent L.A. family -- which happens to include Adam Sandler, Tea Leoni and Anne Bancroft. Columbia, Dec. 17.- Surviving Christmas. Ben Affleck returns to his childhood home for a family holiday. A different family lives there now? No problem. He pays them to pretend. James Gandolfini, Catherine O'Hara and Christina Applegate also star. DreamWorks, Holiday
Synergy. Dennis Quaid stars as a 50-year-old businessman who deals with being demoted and having his new, young boss (Topher Grace) fall for his teenage daughter (Scarlett Johansson). Paul Weitz ("About a Boy") directs. Universal, Fall.
Taxi. Tim Story ("Barbershop") directs this New York adventure involving a fast cabbie (Queen Latifah), an undercover cop (Jimmy Fallon) and female bank robbers. Fox, Oct. 8.