300: Rise of an Empire
Sequel to the 2007 film 300, this films appears to consist of the battle that we get a glimpse of at the end of 300. The Persian are closing in on Greece, and the Greeks rise to battle. The movie looks entertaining, most likely fairly mindless, but that's okay for something like this. The first movie did a whopping $210 million, while this won't come close to that, I'm sure it will do pretty well for itself.
Mr. Peabody and Sherman
Dreamworks new animated movie features characters from a Rocky and Bullwinkle segment from the 1960s. Mr. Peabody and Sherman is about a dog and his boy who travel through time to fix a few...inconsistencies they may have accidentally created. Without seeing the trailer, I didn't have a tremendous amount of hope for this film, but the preview was very funny, and it looks like a decent kids movie. It's done $22 million in Europe so far, so it looks like this movie should knock Lego off the top of the charts in a few weeks.
Need for SpeedNeed for Speed stars Aaron Paul, of Breaking Bad fame, and is based on the popular video game franchise. This movie seems pretty awful. The previews aren't getting great publicity, and the film looks to be ridiculous, but not in a good way like Fast and Furious of GI Joe. That being said, they are definitely appealing to fans who are ready for another Fast and Furious movie, so I think the film will be reasonably well considering the negativity towards it already.
Tyler Perry's: The Single Moms Club
The Single Moms Club is the next movie by Tyler Perry. It's been just over three months since the last one, so it's about time! Honestly though, I've never seen a Tyler Perry movie, and I honestly probably never will. All the film do reasonably well, some much better than others, but none of them are flops.