Originally Published: December 24, 2004
No doubt about it. Fox has some of the biggest, most anticipated films coming out next year. Do these names ring a bell – Star Wars: Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith, Fantastic Four, Robots, Elektra. WOW! Okay, stay calm. We do have photos, we do have storylines, we do have web links for you.
It all gets started on January 14, with a young lady named Elektra. The bad ass is back from the dead and you’d never know she was gone. (Related Story: We have an Alias preview going up RIGHT HERE, too.) Jennifer Garner’s is definitely on the rise. She has the potential to take female action heroine roles to another level (if she chooses to go that route).
No more patience? Me neither:
Hide and Seek – In this terrifying suspense-thriller, a widowed father desperately tries to break through to his nine year old daughter when she creates an imaginary friend who may or may not be real.
Robots – Academy Award winning director Chris Wedge (Bunny, Ice Age) brings his innovative filmmaking magic to Robots, taking the animated feature film genre to a new, exciting level. For the first time ever, an animated feature presents a unique, totally imagined world – a wondrously clanky universe populated solely by mechanical beings.
Rebound – Martin Lawrence plays a high-strung college basketball coach who must redeem himself following a public meltdown.
Kingdom of Heaven is an epic adventure about a common man who finds himself thrust into a decades-long war.
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith – After three long years of relentless fighting, the Clone Wars are nearly at an end. The Jedi Council dispatches Obi-Wan Kenobi to bring General Grievous, the deadly leader of the Separatist droid army, to justice. Meanwhile, back on Coruscant, Chancellor Palpatine has grown in power. more…
Stay – In this reality-bending thriller, a distraught young man announces to his psychiatrist that he plans to commit suicide in three days.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith – A sexy action adventure. John and Jane Smith are an ordinary suburban couple with an ordinary, lifeless suburban marriage. But each of them has a deadly secret.
Fantastic Four – Marvel’s first family of comic superheroes takes the world by storm as the longest running comic book series in history comes to the big screen.
Untitled Mike Judge Project – Writer-director Mike Judge’s (Office Space) unique brand of social observational humor this time examines an average guy (Luke Wilson) who volunteers to be the subject of a hibernation experiment that goes awry. He wakes up 1000 years in the future, discovering that he’s the smartest guy on the planet.
Fever Pitch – A contemporary romantic comedy about a high school teacher who meets and falls in love with a successful businesswoman. Although their lives are vastly different, the relationship seems perfect until the baseball season begins and she has to compete with his first true love: the Boston Red Sox.
Walk the Line – Joaquin Phoenix as the young Johnny Cash, an artist whose music transcended musical boundaries to touch people around the globe, in Walk the Line.
Because of Winn Dixie – Based on the perennial best seller, a lonely young girl adopts an orphaned dog, Winn-Dixie (so named for the supermarket where she found him), who helps her makes friends in a small Florida town. The bond between the girl and her special companion brings together the townspeople, and helps heal her own troubled relationship with her father.
Little Manhattan – New York City is the most romantic place in the world – even if you’re only 10 years old and falling in love for the first time. That’s what young Gabe discovers as he pursues the object of his affections, his classmate Rosemary, in Little Manhattan. The romantic comedy is about life, love and the Big Apple, as seen through the eyes of a fifth-grader.
Tristan & Isolde – This longtime dream project of executive producers Tony Scott and Ridley Scott explores the medieval legend of a princess and warrior’s love affair, which threatens to tear apart an uneasy peace between England and Ireland. A tale of epic battles, royal intrigue and a timeless, star-crossed passion.
Bandidas – A comedy-adventure set in 1888 Mexico, in which two women – one a European-educated sophisticate, the other a rough-and-tumble peasant — reluctantly join forces to fight a ruthless enforcer… by becoming celebrated bank robbers.
Untitled Lindsay Lohan Lucky Project – Lindsay Lohan (“Mean Girls”) stars in this comedy about a lucky woman who accidentally swaps her good fortune for a stranger’s (Chris Pine) chronic misfortune. She plots against the guy to reverse her newly jinxed existence – until she finds herself falling for him.
In Her Shoes – Two motherless sisters with a history of conflict break off relations when the more carefree and irresponsible one sleeps with her sibling’s boyfriend, but they eventually reconcile with the help of a grandmother they never knew they had. An event movie for every woman who’s ever had or been a mother, sister, daughter, grandmother, or friend.
Big Momma’s House 2 – Martin Lawrence returns as FBI agent Malcolm Turner, a master of disguise who again goes deep, deep undercover as the corpulent septuagenarian Big Momma.
The Transporter 2 – Jason Statham returns in his signature role: ex-Special Forces operative Frank Martin, aka The Transporter. Now retired in Miami, Martin makes a living driving for a wealthy family, including twin brothers with whom he has unexpectedly bonded. But when the boys are abducted, Martin must use all his skills to bring them to safety and discover the kidnapper’s master plan.
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