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Film openings

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Thursday

DEFINITELY, MAYBE -- (Universal Pictures) A political consultant (Ryan Reynolds) tries to explain his impending divorce and past relationships to his 11-year-old daughter. With Abigail Breslin and Rachel Weisz.

JUMPER -- (20th Century Fox) Hayden Christensen stars as a man who can teleport himself anywhere but soon discovers his gift also makes him a target. With Samuel L. Jackson and Diane Lane.

THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES -- (Paramount Pictures) Twin brothers and their sister find themselves pulled into an alternate world full of fairies and other creatures when they move into a run-down estate. With Freddie Highmore and David Strathairn.

STEP UP 2 THE STREETS -- (Touchstone Pictures) A sequel to the Baltimore-set Step Up, the film follows the romance of two dance students at the Maryland School for the Arts.

Next Friday

GEORGE A. ROMERO'S DIARY OF THE DEAD -- (Weinstein Co.) The master of the American zombie movie revives the dead once again as students making a horror film in the woods record real terror with their cameras.

IN BRUGES -- (Focus Features) Irish playwright Martin McDonagh makes his feature-writing and -directing debut with this story of two British hit men on an increasingly surreal "holiday." With Colin Farrell and Ralph Fiennes.

Release dates are subject to change.

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