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'Hop,' 'Source Code,' 'The King's Speech' PG-13 re-release: What will you see this weekend?

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Source Code Hop Split
Jonathan Wenk, Rhythm & Hues (L-R)

Happy April Fools’ Day! The best way to celebrate? By shelling out $15 for a movie! (Remember when sitting on dirty theater seats next to a gaggle of loud teens eating loud popcorn loudly used to cost $10? We are the fools!) But which one will you see? A sanitized King’s Speech, the Oscar winner that cleaned up its language for a PG-13 rating? Or have Jake Gyllenhaal’s numerous late night talk show appearances charmed you into catching his new thriller Source Code? Or, perhaps, your sweet tooth is driving you to see Russell Brand’s Easter Bunny kids’ flick Hop? (James Wan’s Insidious is another option, if you prefer to scare the children.) There are also a few stand-outs in limited release: Super, starring The Office‘s Rainn Wilson, and Rubber, a horror movie whose star is… a tire. I pity the (April) fool who misses that one. So, PopWatchers, what do you plan to see in this very diverse weekend? Vote in our poll after the jump!