(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:
-- The Adjustment Bureau: Matt Damon is a politician who falls in love with a ballet dancer, played by Emily Blunt. However, a shadowy organization known as the Adjustment Bureau tries to keep them apart because, they say, she's not supposed to be part of his destiny. Rated PG-13.
-- Rango: Johnny Depp voices the titular chameleon, who ends up in an Old West-style town and is appointed sheriff. Isla Fisher and Abigail Breslin also lend their voices to the animated film. Rated PG.
-- Take Me Home Tonight: Set in the 1980s, this comedy stars Topher Grace as an aimless 23-year-old man who's invited to a big party by his high school crush. Anna Faris also stars. Rated R.
-- Beastly: The modern-day Beauty and the Beast tale stars Alex Pettyfer as a high school student who's been transformed into an unattractive man by a witch. In order to reverse the spell, he has to find true love within the next year. Fortunately for him, he bonds with a female classmate, played by Vanessa Hudgens, who recognizes his inner beauty. Mary-Kate Olsen and Neil Patrick Harris also star. Rated PG-13.
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