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7. Dead Man Down:: March 8 :: Niels Arden Oplev, who directed the Swedish adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, reteams with that movie's star, Noomi Rapace, in this crime thriller about the victim of a crime lord who — what else? — seeks payback. It also stars Colin Farrell.

8. Oz: The Great and Powerful:: March 8 :: Horror-meister Sam Raimi reinvents the classic, telling the story from the point of view of the charlatan from Kansas (James Franco) who is whisked to Oz and must convince three witches (Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, and Mila Kunis) that he is indeed great and powerful.

9. Carrie:: March 15 :: If anyone could equal Brian De Palma's 1976 adaptation of Stephen King's first novel, it would be Kimberly Peirce, director of Boys Don't Cry — especially when she has Chloë Grace Moretz in the title role of a bullied girl with a secret talent. Not to mention the brilliant Julianne Moore and Judy Greer.

10. The Host:: March 29 :: After his last film, the disappointing In Time, director Andrew Niccol might be onto a sure thing as he adapts a novel by Twilight's Stephenie Meyer about alien parasites taking over human bodies. Invasion of the Body Snatchers, anyone? Saoirse Ronan, Ireland's answer to Chloë Grace Moretz, stars, along with Diane Kruger and William Hurt.

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