Pandorum (Overture) Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster are spacemen who wake up on their ship with no memory of who they are or what their mission might be.
Limited release for Sept. 4
Shanghai (The Weinstein Co.) John Cusack, Gong Li, Chow Yun Fat and Ken Watanabe star in this period piece about an American who returns to Shanghai after the death of a friend on the eve of Pearl Harbor.
9 (Focus) Rag-doll creatures struggle to survive in a post-Apocalyptic world in this sci-fi animation, which features the voices of Elijah Wood, Jennifer Connelly, John C. Reilly and Christopher Plummer.
Daybreakers (Lionsgate) Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe star in this sci-fi vampire movie about a virus that's turned the Earth of 2017 into Vampire Central.
Whiteout (Warner Bros.) Kate Beckinsale stars in this Antarctic murder mystery, based on the Greg Rucka graphic novel.
Armored (Screen Gems) An armored truck heist is at the heart of this Matt Dillon, Lawrence Fishburne, Skeet Ulrich and Jean Reno action film.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (Columbia-Sony Animation) The voices of Anna Faris, Bill Hader, James Caan, Mr. T. and Tracy Morgan star in this comedy about world hunger being solved (sort of) when food begins falling from the sky.
The Informant (Warner Bros.) Matt Damon stars in this Steven Soderbergh farce about a real-life whistle blower who was almost as dirty as the folks he was blowing the whistle on.
Jennifer's Body (Fox) Megan Fox is a cheerleader possessed and who kills off her male classmates in this horror comedy from the writer of Juno.
The Crazies (Overture) This man-made crazed-killer-virus thriller stars Timothy Olyphant and was directed by Michael Eisner's son.
Fame (MGM) Debbie Allen and a bunch of little-knowns and unknowns turn out for this update-remake of the 1980 film and 1982 TV series about kids at New York's High School for the Performing Arts.
Surrogates (Touchstone) Bruce Willis and Radha Mitchell star in this sci-fi thriller as agents who track murders back to a company that makes human-like robots designed to step in for their owners.
Shutter Island (Paramount) Martin Scorsese's adaptation of novelist Dennis Lehane's novel is a 1950s mystery that has Leonardo DiCaprio searching for an escaped mentally ill murderess (Emily Mortimer). Ben Kingsley, Mark Ruffalo, Michelle Williams, Max von Sydow and Jackie Earle Haley are also in the cast.