A boy's magical wish gets a little too real in "Ted." Mark Wahlberg is a workaday schmo who still hangs around with his childhood best friend a talking teddy bear named Ted. But when things get serious with Wahberg's girlfriend, played by Mila Kunis, changes are in store for the foul-mouthed fuzzy and his human pal. This one's from "family guy" creator Seth MacFarlane. "Ted" is rated R.
Channing Tatum works a different kind of magic in "Magic Mike." He's a male stripper living the dream in Florida. Hot nights, available women, and loads of cash. But when he meets the hard-to-get sister of one of the new dancers in the club, she urges him to pursue other dreams and give up his spandex and bowtie. "Magic Mike" is rated R.
Tyler Perry takes-in a family in "Madea's Witness Protection." Eugene Levy is a financial officer at a wall street bank, when he finds out his company has been running a ponzi scheme backed by the mafia. To make matters worse, he's being set up to take the fall, so a federal agent decides the best place to hide Levy and his family...is at his aunt Madea's house. "Madea's Witness Protection" is rated PG-13.
Chris Pine meets a sister he never knew in "People Like Us." He goes looking for Elizabeth Banks after their father suddenly dies, and leaves a stash of money for them to split. But Pine is a struggling salesman with a mountain of debt, so he wants to get to know his sister without revealing their family ties while he wrestles with his conscience over the inheritance. "People Like Us" is rated PG-13.