Is 'Killers' as bad as Carl Ichan says? Does 'Shrek' have any gas left? Is 'Predator's the surprise hit?
Can sequels, 80's nostalgia and 3-D lure moviegoers?
The summer of 2010 will be an even more intriguing prospect than usual for every studio in Hollywood. More films will be presented in 3-D and IMAX than every before and the competition on some weekends will be like a warzone. By Monday morning some potential hits will already be dead and buried. A lot of familiar faces will be back this season from Shrek to iron Man to Woody and Buzz Lightyear from "Toy Story," but you'll also get a flashback to the 80s with remakes of "The A-Team," "The Karate Kid" and, shoot, even "MacGruber" is just a "MacGyver" parody gone wild. But the most important questions about this movie season affect the longtime career prospects of some of your favorite actors, the fate of some gutsy smaller studios and just how much 3-D is going to change the box office record book.
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