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Just Jared's Winter 2012 Movie Preview

Just Jared's Winter 2012 Movie Preview

With the fall season behind us, it’s time to look ahead and see what movies we have to look forward to this winter!

We are looking forward to seeing so many of these films. Some of them include Jennifer Lawrence‘s The Hunger Games, Taylor Kitsch and Lynn CollinsJohn Carter, Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd‘s Wanderlust, and Gerard Butler‘s Playing the Field.

Some other highlights from the winter season include: Man on a Ledge, One For the Money, The Vow, This Means War, and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.

WHAT IS THE MOVIE that you are most looking forward to watching this Winter?

Click inside for a complete list of films being released this winter…


The Devil Inside – January 6
Beauty and the Beast 3D – January 13
Contraband (Mark Wahlberg, Kate Beckinsale) – January 13
Joyful Noise (Queen Latifah, Dolly Parton) – January 13
Haywire (Channing Tatum, Michael Fassbender) – January 20
Red Tails (Cuba Gooding, Jr., Bryan Cranston) – January 20
Underworld Awakening (Kate Beckinsale) – January 20
Coriolanus (Ralph Fiennes, Gerard Butler) – January 20 (wide)
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (Sandra Bullock, Tom Hanks) – January 20 (wide)
The Grey (Liam Neeson) – January 27
Man on a Ledge (Sam Worthington, Jamie Bell) – January 27
One For the Money (Katherine Heigl) – January 27

Big Miracle (Drew Barrymore, John Krasinski) – February 3
Chronicle - February 3
The Woman in Black (Daniel Radcliffe) – February 3
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Dwayne Johnson, Vanessa Hudgens) – February 10
Safe House (Ryan Reynolds, Denzel Washington) – February 10
Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 3D – February 10
The Vow (Channing Tatum, Rachel McAdams) – February 10
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (Nicolas Cage) – February 17
The Secret World of Arrietty – February 17
This Means War (Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy) – February 17
Act of Valor – Februry 24
Gone (Amanda Seyfried) – February 24
Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds (Thandie Newton, Gabrielle Union) – February 24
Wanderlust (Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd) – February 24

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (Zac Efron, Taylor Swift) – March 2
Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton) – March 2
Project X – March 2
John Carter (Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins) – March 9
Playing the Field (Gerard Butler, Jessica Biel) – March 9
The Raven (John Cusack, Luke Evans) – March 9
Think Like a Man (Chris Brown, Gabrielle Union) – March 9
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (Emily Blunt, Ewan McGregor) – March 9
21 Jump Street (Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill) – March 16
Mirror Mirror (Julia Roberts, Lily Collins) – March 16
Butter (Jennifer Garner, Hugh Jackman) – March 16
The Hunger Games (Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth) – March 23
A Thousand Words (Eddie Murphy, Allison Janney) – March 23
Learning to Fly (Viola Davis, Maggie Gyllenhaal) – March 30
The Pirates! Band of Misfits – March 30
Wrath of the Titans (Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson) – March 30
The Deep Blue Sea (Rachel Weisz, Tom Hiddleston) – March 30
Goon (Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel) – March 30

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  • Lauren

    Haywire, Coriolanus and The Woman in Black..

  • jess
  • Jessica Rabbit

    Jared, The Hunger Games isn’t exactly a Winter 2012 movie. It comes out in March, so it’s technically a Spring movie. The same applies to some other movies you mentioned.

  • Pattycake

    @Jessica Rabbit: Where I live March is definitely still winter, no matter what anyone else says. And I do believe the film industry agrees.

  • mike


  • Allie

    The Vow!!!!!!!!!

  • Jerry Bruckheimer

    Wow, looks pretty bad to be honest.

  • pickles

    I saw previews for Wanderlust with Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, and it looks like fun. The preview made me laugh.

  • lina


  • ha ha

    just more crap, that wanderlust looks like the worst of it

  • cara

    Hope we get to see Playing the field. No one around us has had Machine Gun Preacher and I heard it is a great piece of work. Not like some of the garbage we’ve been seeing coming into our area.

  • yep

    Wanderlust,The Hunger Games and The Grey!

  • yep

    Wanderlust, The Hunger Games and The Grey!

  • truth be told

    Wanderlust looks like more of the endless parade of almost 43 year old no more ingenue no matter what extensions/ wigs she wears JA garbage rom coms. Paul Rudd could do so much better but I guess he needs the paycheck. LOL JA and SJParker are now in the same category of wearing out their welcome in rom coms, they have aged out, for real people.

    The Grey looks very interesting as does Coriolanus. Jan through March has been a film dumping ground but that is changeing a bit the last couple of years.

    Will be watching to see if John Carter makes much, its cost is what over $250+ mil, ouch, that is too much for any film these days.

  • Lila

    THE HUNGER GAMES! Gimme some Katniss/Peeta love! <3 <3< <3

  • Dasha

    Contraband, The Vow, 21 Jump Street

  • H

    The Hunger Games…………..Can’t wait to see the amazing Jennifer Lawrince in this amazing hard-to-play roll..
    And Josh&Liam ofcourse,and all the rest of this AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING CAST!!

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  • Canspic

    What about Detachment w Adrien Brody starring?

  • tltt

    you should do these posts more often! :)

  • gbfan

    Coriolanus, Playing the Field, Star Wars – Episode 1 (3D)

  • Mary Burgos

    THE HUNGER GAMES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OF CURSE!!!!!!!!!!!!