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Salt, Book of Eli and Legion Lead Columbia's 2010 Line-up

Angelina Jolie takes on the CIA. Denzel Washington is on a redemption journey. Gerard Butler sweeps Jennifer Aniston off her feet. Meatballs fall from the sky, zombies take over the world, and Archangel Michael tries to prevent the Apocalypse. Film scenarios have never been this exhilarating, and Columbia Pictures brings them all, and then some, to Philippines cinemas in 2010. Let the buzz begin!

“Salt.” Before becoming a CIA officer, Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) swore an oath to duty, honor, and country. She will prove loyal to these when a defector accuses her of being a Russian sleeper spy. Salt goes on the run, using all her skills and years of experience as a covert operative to elude capture, protect her husband, and stay one step ahead of her colleagues at the CIA.

“Legion.” When God loses faith in Mankind, He sends a legion of angels to bring on the Apocalypse. Humanity's only hope lies in a group of strangers (including Dennis Quaid & Tyrese Gibson) trapped in a desert diner and the Archangel Michael (Paul Bettany).

“The Book of Eli.” A lone hero named Eli (Denzel Washington) must fight his way across the wasteland of a near-future America to protect a sacred book that might hold the key to saving humanity.

“Zombieland.” Two men (Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg) have found a way to survive a world overrun by zombies. But they will have to determine which is worse: relying on each other or succumbing to the undead.

“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.” The most delicious event since macaroni met cheese. Inspired by the beloved children's book, the comedy film focuses on a town where food falls from the sky like rain.

“The Karate Kid.” Jaden Smith (son of Will Smith) stars as a young kung fu disciple who is trained by a wise martial arts master, played by Jackie Chan.

“The Back-Up Plan.” After years of dating, a fed-up wannabe mother (Jennifer Lopez) commits to a plan to make an appointment and go at it alone. But on the day of her artificial insemination, she meets a man (Alex O’Loughlin) with real possibilities.

“Did You Hear About the Morgans?” Hugh Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker play the Morgans, a Manhattan couple whose marriage is in danger. But when they witness a murder and are sent by the government to small-town Wyoming to hide from the killers, their marriage shows signs of recovery.

“Armored.” A crew of officers (including Matt Dillon and Laurence Fishburne) at an armored transport security firm risk their lives when they embark on the ultimate heist against their own company. The men plan on making off with a fortune with harm to none. But when an unexpected witness (Milo Ventimiglia) interferes, the plan quickly unravels and all bets are off.

“The Bounty Hunter.” Gerard Butler and Jennifer Aniston star in this action comedy about a bounty hunter who shockingly earns that his next target is his ex-wife.

“Priest.” A vampire western about a warrior priest (Paul Bettany) who disobeys church law by teaming with a young sheriff (Cam Gigandet) and a priestess (Maggie Q) to track down a band of renegade vampires who have kidnapped his niece. Based on the graphic novel by Min-Woo Hyung.

“Extraordinary Measures.” Brendan Fraser stars as John Crowley, a man who defied conventional wisdom and great odds, and risked his family’s future to pursue a cure for his children’s life-threatening disease. Harrison Ford plays the other male lead.

“Takers.” A notorious group of criminals (including Paul Walker, Hayden Christensen and Chris Brown) continue to baffle police by pulling off perfectly executed bank robberies. But when they attempt to pull off one last job with more money at stake than ever before, the crew may find their plans interrupted by a hardened detective (Matt Dillon) who is hell-bent on solving the case.

“Faster.” An ex-con (Dwayne Johnson) is bent on avenging the death of his brother who was murdered 10 years earlier during a heist.

“Grown-Ups.” Thirty years after their high school graduation, five good friends (including Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider and Kevin James) reunite for a Fourth of July holiday weekend.

“Beastly.” A retelling of "Beauty and the Beast" from the beast’s point-of-view and set in modern-day New York City. Kyle Kingson has it all - looks, intelligence, wealth and opportunity -- and a wicked cruel streak. When a Goth student cast a spell that physically transforms him into everything he despises, he learns that the only solution is to find someone that will love him as he is -- a task he considers impossible.

“Zookeeper.” Zoo animals try teaching their keeper (Adam Sandler) their methods of dating and mating to help him win back the woman (Rosario Dawnson) of his dreams.

“B-Team.” While the department’s top cops (Dwayne Johnson, Samuel L. Jackson) get all the headlines, the department’s other guys (Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell) are hard at work at their desk jobs. But things are about to change…

“Roommate.” In this teen thriller, Sara (Minka Kelly), a freshman college student, is assigned a dorm room with Rebecca (Leighton Meester), a complete psycho. Things turn deadly when Rebecca becomes obsessed and begins targeting people in Sara’s life.

“Death at the Funeral.” An all-star cast led by Luke Wilson, James Marsden, Zoe Saldana and Martin Lawrence headlines this comedy where a funeral ceremony turns into a debacle of exposed family secrets and…misplaced bodies.

“An Education.” In the post-war, pre-Beatles London suburbs, a bright schoolgirl (Carey Mulligan) is torn between studying for a place at Oxford and the more exciting alternative offered to her by a charismatic older man (Peter Sarsgaard). Touted to be an Oscar-contender come February.

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