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THE EX -- (Weinstein Co./MGM) Comedy starring Zach Braff as a slacker whose wife (Amanda Peet) steps onto the Mommy Track - and he's left to work for her father.

LIVES OF OTHERS -- (Sony Classics) German drama about an ambitious apparatchik in 1980s East Germany, spying on a famous couple.

MISS POTTER -- (Weinstein Co./MGM) Renee Zell weger is Beatrix Potter in this biopic of the Peter Rabbit author. Ewan McGregor co-stars.

300 -- (Warner Bros.) The Greek battle of Thermopylae, as imagined by graphic novelist Frank Miller (Sin City). With Dominic West (The Wire).

March 16

BEHIND THE MASK: The Rise of Leslie Vernon -- (Anchor Bay) Horror spoof about a group of documentarians chronicling the making of a serial killer. With Robert Englund.

DEAD SILENCE -- (Universal) Saw writer Leigh Whannell and director James Wan reteam for a horror thriller involving troubling ventriloquist dolls.

GOD GREW TIRED OF US: THE STORY OF LOST BOYS OF SUDAN -- (Newmarket) Documentary about four Sudanese orphans making their way to the U.S. Nicole Kidman narrates.

I THINK I LOVE MY WIFE -- (Fox Searchlight) Chris Rock directs, co-writes and stars in this comedy about a married man facing temptation (Kerry Washington).

THE PLEASURE OF YOUR COMPANY -- (MGM) Michael Ian Black's romantic comedy about a jilted man (Jason Biggs) who proposes to a waitress (Isla Fisher).

PREMONITION -- (Screen Gems) Thriller starring Sandra Bullock as a wife trying to prevent the horrors she foresees. With Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck).

SHOOTER -- (Paramount) Antoine Fuqua (Training Day) directs Mark Wahlberg as a marksman suspected in an assassination plot. Based on the novel by film critic Stephen Hunter.

Release dates are subject to change.

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