"Table For Three": Brandon Routh of "Superman Returns" stars as Scott, who is suddenly single and alone after his girlfriend dumps him during his marriage proposal and his roommate moves thousands of miles away. But when he invites super-nice strangers Ryan and Mary (Sophia Bush of "One Tree Hill" and Jesse Bradford of "Bring It On") to share his apartment, they soon begin to intrude on every aspect of his life including his new relationship with the girl of his dreams (Jennifer Morrison of "House M.D."). Is Scott just being paranoid or does this seemingly 'perfect couple' need a third wheel to keep them rolling. "Shanghai Kiss": Love needs no translation. Liam Liu (Ken Leung of "X-Men: The Last Stand") is a 28- year-old Chinese-American actor struggling in Hollywood. Adelaide (Hayden Panettiere of "Heroes") is a 16-year-old free-spirited genius still in high school. But when a grandmother who Liam's never known leaves him a family home he's never seen, he takes a first- time trip Shanghai that will change both their worlds forever. If life is all about possibilities, can love survive a cultural divide and a huge age gap? Kelly Hu ("The Scorpion King") and Joel David Moore ("Dodgeball") co-star in this smart and sexy romantic comedy about discovering who you are, finding where you belong, and sacrificing anything for the one person who could mean everything. "Say It Isn't So": Everything in earnest, young Gilly Noble's (Chris Klein) life is finally going right. He's got a job he enjoys, he's marry Jo (Heather Graham), the girl of his dreams, and he's just a step away from finding his birth parents. But all that comes to a crashing halt and a year later, after losing his job and his girl, Gil sets out to get Jo back and make his life right again. The problem is, Jo has gotten engaged in their time apart, and her wealthy husband-to-be and social-climbing mother (Sally Field) are not about to let Gilly take her back without a fight. Chaos ensues as our hero finds himself in one comical predicament after another, all this to win back his true love. "My Super Ex-Girlfriend": He Wanted A Break...Now She Wants To Break Him. Superstars Uma Thurman and Luke Wilson deliver unstoppable fun in this hilarious hit comedy directed by Ivan Reitman ("Stripes", "Meatballs"). Matt Saunders (Wilson) thinks he's found the perfect girlfriend in Jenny Johnson (Thurman), who just happens to be smart, sexy...and a superhero. But when Jenny turns out to be a needy, neurotic mess, Matt wants to call it quits. Jenny is crushed by the news and will stop at nothing to exact sweet revenge. It's an outrageous super-comedy that proves breaking up can be hard to do - and downright dangerous.