Plus: New movies with Tobey Maguire, Zachary Quinto, Demi Moore and A Tribe Called Quest
Tobey Maguire's career has been so dominated by "Spider-Man" films he's only made two non-Web Slinger films since 2004, "The Good German" and last year's disappointing drama "Brothers." Now, he's got the chance to show some of those acting chops that made him one of the most promising actors of his generation. Elizabeth Banks, on the other hand, has an impressive resume of great performances ("Heights," "W." and even, yes, "Slither") but every time it looks like she'll breakout ("Zach and Miri Make a Porno," "The Next Three Days") the movies either disappoint or she's overshadowed by her co-stars. Enter "The Details," a dark comedy about a couple (Maguire, Banks) dealing with a new family of raccoons in their backyard. Is it the surprise flick that could rejuvinate both of their careers?
- Gregory Ellwood