If you are the type of moviegoer who loves nothing more than to indulge in a good old-fashioned nostalgia trip, the many sequels and remakes on tap for 2010 will probably be right up your alley. Here are a few upcoming films that are likely to stand out as audience favorites.
A Nightmare on Elm Street. Freddy Kreuger is back—haunting the dreams of teenagers in Springwood, Ohio and moviegoers everywhere in this haunting reworking of the notorious horror film. Releases April 30.
Iron Man 2. Explosions, evil robots, and Robert Downey, Jr.—this follow-up to the 2008 blockbuster is sure to have something for everyone. Releases May 7.
Sex and the City 2. Pull on your best pair of Manolo Blahniks, girls; it’s time to catch up with Carrie and posse in a movie that’s so female-friendly it may cause an estrogen overdose for any boyfriends who are forced to tag along. Releases May 27.
The A-Team. This slick remake of the so-bad-it’s-good '80s action series stars Liam Neeson and Jessica Biel and adds a Persian Gulf War angle for contemporary relevance. Releases June 11.
Toy Story 3. Years after Pixar’s last entrant in this much-loved series, Cowboy Woody and Buzz Lightyear are finally coming back for another kid-pleasing romp in Andy’s room. Releases June 18.
Hopefully, 2010 moviegoers will find some new delights among this crop of remade favorites.