Untitled Dodgeball Comedy. Habitues of a neighborhood gym suit up for a dodgeball match to save their haven from a giant fitness center. Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller star. Fox, June 25.
Welcome to Mooseport. Plumber Ray Romano runs for mayor against former U.S. president Gene Hackman, while they compete for the affections of Maura Tierney. Directed by Donald Petrie ("Miss Congeniality"). Fox, Feb 20.
What Boys Like. Things get complicated when a groomsman realizes that his buddy's bride-to-be is the long-ago girlfriend he never forgot. Christopher Wiehl, Duane Martin, Lisa Brenner and Charisma Carpenter star. Written and directed by Lawrence Gay. Innovation Film Group, February.
White Chicks. Two FBI agents (Shawn and Marlon Wayans) investigating a kidnapping ring infiltrate the Hamptons' high society. Keenen Ivory Wayans directs from a script by all three brothers. Columbia/Revolution, July 23.
The Whole Ten Yards. Dentist Matthew Perry asks former neighbor and retired hit man Bruce Willis to help rescue his wife from the Hungarian mob. Directed by Howard Deutch ("Pretty in Pink"). Warner Bros., April 9.
Wimbledon. Journeyman tennis pro Paul Bettany hits a hot streak, professionally and romantically, winning matches and wooing U.S. star Kirsten Dunst, at the prestigious All-England championship. Directed by Richard Loncraine ("Richard III"). Universal, Sept 24.
Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! Roguish movie star Josh Duhamel is so taken with small-town girl Kate Bosworth that he decides to move to the sticks, much to the dismay of her best friend, Topher Grace. Directed by Robert Luketic ("Legally Blonde"). DreamWorks, Friday.
Winter Passing. Playwright Adam Rapp's debut feature follows Zooey Deschanel's visit to her reclusive novelist father (Ed Harris), which reveals an unusual living arrangement and old secrets. With Amy Madigan, Will Ferrell and Amelia Warner. Focus Features, TBA.
Without a Paddle. Misadventures of three dudes up the proverbial creek while searching for treasure in the Oregon woods. With Seth Green, Matthew Lillard, Dax Sheppard and Burt Reynolds. Directed by Steven Brill ("Mr. Deeds"). Paramount, TBA.
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