Get ready for some heavy interpersonal drama -- it's time for another Don Roos film. A long-time scribe on everything from 'Hart to Hart' to 'Marley and Me,' Roos made his directorial splash in 1998, sending Christina Ricci off to a gay half brother which inspires her to hit on his boyfriend. A few years later he got more mainstream with 'Bounce,' before bouncing right back to crazy alternative fare with 'Happy Endings,' featuring everything from step-sibling lust to gold digging and possibly stolen sperm.

And now it's time for Natalie Portman as 'The Other Woman,' a soon-to-be-released film that might have you confusing it with the recent 'Rabbit Hole,' but thankfully won't be confused with 'No Strings Attached.'