Woody Allen, Chevy Chase, Julia Roberts, Mel Gibson and Steven Seagal are some of the stars looking to lure crowds to the moviehouses this season with romance, comedy and, of course, sequels . Opening dates are subject to change.
The romantic comedy stars Andie MacDowell and Gerard Depardieu. She is an American who must be married in order to have a certain apartment, and he is the Frenchman who marries her to stay in this country.
Mel Gibson is the melancholy Dane and Glenn Close is his mother in the Franco Zeffirelli version of the Shakespearean tragedy. Gibons does a fine job. Close does even better.
Woody Allen's new film stars Mia Farrow as a married woman who is facing a life crisis.
Steve Martin stars in this comedy about a TV weatherman who hopes to change his life.
"Silence of the Lambs"
Jodie Foster is an FBI agent on the trail of a serial killer in this adaptation of the best-selling thriller.
"He Said, She Said"
Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Perkins are rival columnists who work at the Sun and are romantically involved. In the first half of the film, he tells his story. In the second, she tells hers. The movie was shot in Baltimore.
"Scenes From a Mall"
Another from Woody Allen. In this one Allen co-stars with Bette Midler as a husband and wife who confront their pasts while shopping on their 15th wedding anniversary at a local mall.
"Sleeping With the Enemy," winter. Julia Roberts stars in this thriller about a woman who marries the wrong man.
"Nothing But Trouble," winter. A comedy thriller starring Chevy Chase and Demi Moore as a couple who find themselves in a strange small town. Dan Aykroyd directs.
"F/X 2," March 15. In "F/X 2," Bryan Brown and Brian Dennehy help a woman find the would-be killer of her ex-husband.
"Price of Our Blood," March 22. Steven Seagal stars in another "Marked for Death."
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of Ooze," spring. They're back.
"The Doors," spring. Oliver Stone directs the screen version of the lives of Jim Morrison and The Doors.