Synopsis: Fifteen-year-old Oliver Tate has two big ambitions: to save his parents’ marriage via carefully plotted intervention and to lose his virginity before his next birthday. Worried that his mom is having an affair with New Age weirdo Graham, Oliver monitors his parents’ sex life by charting the dimmer switch in their bedroom. He also forges suggestive love letters from his mom to dad. Meanwhile, Oliver attempts to woo his classmate, Jordana, a self-professed pyromaniac who supervises his journal writing – especially the bits about her. When necessary, she orders him to cross things out.
Submarine opens June 3rd, 2011.
Source: The Weinstein Company
Synopsis: As shocking news reaches retired Mossad secret agents Rachel (Helen Mirren) and Stefan (Tom Wilkinson) about their former colleague David (Ciarán Hinds). All three have been venerated for decades by their country because of the mission that they undertook back in 1966, when the trio (Jessica Chastain, Marton Csokas, and Sam Worthington) tracked down Nazi war criminal Vogel (Jesper Christensen) in East Berlin. At great risk, and at considerable personal cost, the team’s mission was accomplished – or was it?
The Debt opens August 31st, 2011.
Source: Focus Features
Synopsis: Hollywood 1927. George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) is a silent movie star who all smiled. The arrival of talking pictures is going to sink into oblivion. Peppy Miller(Bérénice Bejo), a young dancer, she will be propelled in the firmament of stars. This film tells the story of their destinies, or how fame, money and pride can be obstacles to their love story.
The Artist has no release date.
Synopsis: Ryan (Ryan McCoy) is making a documentary on his friend, Brett (Brett Rosenberg), about camping for the first time. However, once they begin camping, they discover that there is a mysterious figure that is hunting them.
Evidence opens sometime in 2011.
Source: Bloody Disgusting