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'Killers,' 'Marmaduke' hit the big screen

Hollywood Wrap with George Pennacchio
June 4, 2010 12:00:00 AM PDT
If you are in the mood to be scared or a family comedy you'll want to go to the movies this weekend. Entertainment guru George Pennacchio runs down what's new on the big screen.Jonah Hill, and Russell Brand star in the new comedy, "Get Him to the Greek."

A record label assistant is given the task of delivering a rebellious British rock star to his comeback concert at L.A.'s Greek Theater. The 72 hour trip turns into a memorable mix of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.

The new thriller "Splice" hopes to cut its own path into the box office.

Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley play two scientists who defy legal and ethical boundaries when they combine human and animal DNA to create a whole new creature. "Splice" is also rated-R.

In "Killers,"Katherine Heigl learns that her seemingly perfect husband played by Ashton Kutcher is really a CIA agent who is targeted for assassination.

Heigl tries to find out what other secrets Kutcher is hiding while dodging bullets and keeping up appearances.

Tom Selleck and Catherine O'Hara also star in this PG-13 action comedy.

And for family fun, there's "Marmaduke." It's based off the comic strip and is about a super-sized Great Dane, voiced by Owen Wilson, who moves from Kansas to California and has some trouble hanging out with his new four-legged friends.

And that's what's new at the movies this weekend.


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