Okay, here's what else I'm eager for: Take Shelter, The Ides of March (what a cast), In Time, The Rum Diary, J Edgar, Melancholia, A Dangerous Method, The Artist, The Lady, Carnage, and of course, The Adventures of Tintin and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
One quick note: two of the worlds most respected filmmakers, Spielberg and Scorsese, both have movies coming out this fall that happen to be for children (Spielberg actually has two, as War Horse, which no one seems very excited about, comes out a week after Tintin. Spielberg fans rejoice! You can see his two new films in a span of 8 days). 2009 had the same deal with Spike Jonze and Wes Anderson both directing kid movies, Where the Wild Things Are and Fantastic Mr. Fox. I'm really hopeful for Spielberg's interpretation of Tintin, but I'm rather dubious about Scorsese's Hugo. It will probably be pretty magical, but I'm having trouble working up any kind of excitement for it. Also, on another note, Cameron Crowe, Alexander Payne, and Jason Reitman all have movies coming out this fall/winter. I don't care much about them now, but I'm sure the inevitable critical raves will get me out of the house to see at least one of them.