Some of the biggest names in comedy are back on the big screen this season. "Grown Ups" brings together Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James and David Spade as childhood basketball teammates who reunite for the Fourth of July weekend, kids and significant others in tow. Think of it as the dude equivalent of "Sex and the City 2" -- instead of sitting by the pool sipping cocktails, these guys pee in it. "The Other Guys" joins Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as down-and-out NYC detectives determined to prove they have what it takes to be top cops. But the more pressing question: Will Ferrell and Wahlberg earn a spot among the buddy cop comedy greats? Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker?
"Grown Ups" opens June 25.
"The Other Guys" opens Aug. 6.
Easy-on-the-eyes actors, covert ops: Angelina Jolie does it in "Salt," Leonardo DiCaprio makes it happen in "Inception." "Salt" casts Jolie as a CIA operative who goes on the run after she's accused of being a Russian spy, making everyone wonder just who this insanely attractive, kick-butt agent really is. Ignore the movie poster that makes her look like a CGI seductress with bad Botox -- she's her normal (which is to say, hot) self in the movie. In "Inception," genius thief Leonardo DiCaprio is charged with pulling off the ultimate crime -- planting an idea instead of stealing one. Directed by "The Dark Knight's" Christopher Nolan, it's poised to be as brainy as Leo is beautiful.
"Salt" opens July 3.
"Inception" opens July 16.
This batch of animated goodies is safe for kids of all ages. "Toy Story 3" brings back Woody, Buzz and the rest of the crew as they navigate a brave new world -- the day care center. "Despicable Me" features Steve Carell as the evil-minded Gru, a nefarious little man who wants to steal the moon ... but gets his heart stolen by three orphans who see a father in him. "Shrek Forever After" brings the big green ogre into a forum that finally fits: 3D.
"Toy Story 3" opens June 18.
"Despicable Me" opens July 9.
"Shrek Forever After" opened May 21.
Ah, the remake: It's a nugget of nostalgia nestled in a shiny new wrapper. This summer's two biggest remakes hit theaters the same day. "The A-Team," with explosions galore and four new faces reprising the roles of Face, Bad Attitude, Hannibal and Howling Mad, features Bradley Cooper and Liam Neeson -- a palatable combo of Hollywood hunk and esteemed actor. "The Karate Kid" stars Jaden Smith as a wannabe martial arts master training to beat his bullies and win the heart of his crush. If he's anything like his blockbuster caliber father, Will Smith, he'll win over audiences too.
"The A-Team" opens June 11.
"The Karate Kid" opens June 11.