Today we have three first looks at upcoming projects ranging from indies to blockbusters. First up is for Half Nelson and Sugar director/writers Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck‘s next film, It’s Kind of a Funny Story. The first shot (above) appears in EW and features Zach Galifianakis. The drama comedy is being described as a teen version of One Flew Over The Cuckoos’ Nest with the tone of The Breakfast Club and also stars Emma Roberts and Lauren Graham. Focus Features is releasing the film on September 24th.
Check out the first look at Johnny Depp on Pirates of the Caribbean on Stranger Tides via PopSugar below.
Directed by Rob Marshall, the blockbuster hits theaters next summer. Lastly, we have a first look via USA Today of the Christina Aguilera live-action big screen film debut Burlesque. The film also stars Cher, Stanley Tucci and Kristen Bell.
Check out more photos at /Film. Burlesque hits theaters on November 24th, 2010.
What do you think of these first looks? What film are you most excited to see?
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