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This Week's New Movies: "Green Lantern," "Popper's Penguins," Getting By" & "Page One"

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See New 3D "Green Lantern" Trailer in Glorious 2D!

Ryan Reynolds stars as test pilot Hal Jordan, who is recruited into a corps of intergalactic guardians charged with protecting the universe from the lies of the evil Dr. Hector Hammond. Co-starring Peters Sarsgaard and Blake Lively, opens June 17.

Emma Roberts & Freddie Higmore Practice "The Art of Getting By" in New Trailer

Freddie Highmore stars a George, your prototypical smart and talented do-nothing high school kid, who falls for the beautiful girl, Sally, played by Emma Roberts. Opens Aug. 25, 2011
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A superhero, a penguin master, a confused teen, a horse whisperer, a global dance-off and peek inside the most important newspaper on Earth.

Green Lantern
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively star in the film that tells the origin of everybody's favorite green space cop. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

Mr. Popper's Penguins
Jim Carrey stars in an adaptation of the beloved children's book about a New Yorker who inherits a flock penguins and teaches them to dance. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer

The Art of Getting By
Freddi Highmore and Emma Roberts star in the latest film about a talented but disaffected uptown Manhattan teen too self-absorbed to get out of his own way. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

Page One: Inside The New York Times
Andrew Rossi gets unprecedented access to follow David Carr, Brian Stelter and the rest of the NYT's Media Desk to see how the advent of new media is affecting the country's most important newspaper. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

Buck
An award-winning documentary about a Buck Brannaman, one of the country's most respected horse trainers. In limited release, watch the trailer

Jig
This doc chronicles the 40th Irish Dancing World Championships in Glasgow, where thousands come for all around the world to vie for the title. In limited release, watch the trailer

R
Winner of last year’s Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film, a prison drama starring real inmates and guards in a story about a Christian and a Muslim who join forces to control the prison's drug trade. In limited release, watch the trailer

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