Jennifer's Body
Diablo Cody wrote the script for this one in which Megan Fox plays a high school girl who is possessed by a demon and inflicts her wrath upon her male classmates. The trailer seems to imply that she's a vampire but most of the descriptions I've found are avoiding the "V" word. Amanda Seyfried plays Jennifer's best friend who must put a stop to the evil. You can check out Jennifer's Body on September 18.

District 9
There's a second trailer for this extraterrestrials as refugees flick produced by Peter Jackson. You see a little more of the aliens but they're quick glances. We do get come interesting glimpses of the alien technology and with Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen making so much money I have to figure the public is going to like all the robots on display here. The aliens start slumming on August 14.

Giallo is Italian for "yellow" but in this context it refers to an Italian film genre that combines police procedural with horror and exploitation elements. This is the type of film for which director Dario Argento is best known but he doesn't usually get Oscar winners like Adrien Brody to play his lead. The trailer reminds me of some of Argento's earlier stuff like Tenebre and Deep Red, which I'm sure is the idea. No U.S. release info yet.
Big Fan
Comic actor Patton Oswalt plays an uncharacteristically sad role as a hardcore New York Giants fan who must deal with being beaten up by his favorite player. Watch for it on August 28.

Cemetery Junction
The trailer for this comedy directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant takes the interesting position of pointing out that the film's star Ralph Fiennes wasn't the least bit funny in Schindler's List. No word yet on when this hits theaters.

Funny People
There's a new red band trailer for this Judd Apatow comedy starring Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen. The raunch really starts to fly which probably gives a more accurate representation of the film. I'm not a fan of Sandler's films but he and Rogen seem to have some good chemistry here. Watch for this on July 31.

New this week on AOL Moviefone:
  • Homecoming - A young man returns to his hometown with his girlfriend to find that his ex is carrying a psychotic torch for him.
  • The Cove - Documentary on the abuse of dolphins in Japan.
  • The Last Airbender - M. Night Shyamalan directs this adaptation of the popular animated series.
  • The Girl from Monaco - French language comedy about a lawyer and the body guard who teaches him how to attract women.
  • Labor Pains - A comedy starring Lindsay Lohan playing an office worker who fakes being pregnant to save her job.
  • Five Minutes of Heaven - Liam Neeson stars as a former IRA operative who is about to meet the brother of a man he killed years earlier.
  • Daybreakers - In a world where nearly everyone is a vampire the food supply is running low.
  • Couples Retreat - Comedy about four couples attending couples therapy at a tropical island resort.
  • Spread - Ashton Kutcher plays a sexual grifter who finds himself falling for a woman who is just as manipulative as he is.
  • Soul Power - This documentary about a music festival in South Africa in 1974 is just now making its debut following decades of legal entanglements.