This week, “RoboCop” gets rebuilt (and stars that guy from “The Killing”) and Colin Farrell never dies. Because he’s in love. Awww. Here’s what’s coming to theaters.

All movies open Friday unless otherwise noted.

1. RoboCop (2014)
Director: Jose Padilha
Starring: Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Samuel L. Jackson
Plot: In 2028, OmniCorp brings Alex Murphy back to life by merging man and machine to fight crime in a corrupt Detroit.
Buzz/Tomato-meter: The thought of a RoboCop reboot might not sound like a good idea, but a RoboCop reboot with Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, and Abbie Cornish sure does.
Opens: Wednesday, Feb. 12

2. About Last Night
Director: Steve Pink
Starring: Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Regina Hall
Plot: In this romantic comedy, two new couples explore the journey from the bar to the bedroom and to the real world.
Buzz/Tomato-meter: This is a remake of a 1986 Demi Moore film by the same name.

3. Adult World
Director: Scott Coffey
Starring: Emma Roberts, Evan Peters, John Cusack
Plot: Amy is a young and struggling writer who takes a job at the local sex shop when her writing is slow to get started.
Buzz/Tomato-meter: Check out the real life chemistry between Emma Roberts and her real life fiancé and co-star, Evan Peters.

4. Endless Love
Director: Shana Feste
Starring: Alex Pettyfer, Gabriella Wilde, Robert Patrick
Plot: A privileged girl and her first boyfriend explore love while her parents try to keep them apart.

5. Girl on a Bicycle
Director: Jeremy Leven
Starring: Vincenzo Amato, Louise Monot, Nora Tschirner
Plot: An engaged Italian bus driver quickly falls for a mysterious girl on a bicycle, whom he accidentally hits with his bus.

6. Lucky Bastard
Director: Robert Nathan
Starring: Don McManus, Jay Paulson
Plot: Dave is sort of the “Lucky Bastard” in this “found footage” thriller/horror about a fanatical fan. The film is about a porn website that invites fans to have sex with porn stars on camera.
Buzz/Tomato-meter: The film is rated NC-17, go figure! Don’t see this with your mom.

7. The Returned
Director: Manuel Carballo
Starring: Ludivine Sagnier, Nicolas Bedos, Jonathan Cohen
Plot: The film is set in a post-zombie world where a daily injection can stop the spread of a zombie virus (but can’t cure it). The world begins to fall apart when the injections go missing.

8. Winter’s Tale
Director: Akiva Goldsman
Starring: Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly
Plot: This film examines miracles, love, destiny, and good versus evil.