5 Films that could be late summer box-office sleepers
5 Films that might be box office sleepers
"HOPE SPRINGS" -- This dramedy will skew older but, as this summer's success of "Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" shows, that can be a good thing. Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones star as a long-wed couple seeking to reinvigorate their marriage under the guidance of hotshot couples counselor Steve Carell. "Women over 35 are so terribly ignored during the summer that there's almost certainly an appetite for this film," Contrino said. Sony would love to see this perform like another Streep film that came out in August, "Julie and Julia," which made $94 million in 2009. It opens August 8 and will vie with "Bourne Legacy" and "The Campaign" on August 10, but those movies are targeting different demographics.