Four new movies are opening in wide release today:

Just Go With It directed by Dennis Dugan and starring Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman features a score by Rupert Gregson-Williams. No soundtrack album has been announced and judging from the release status of Gregson-Williams’ previous work for Adam Sandler/Happy Madison-produced films (with the exception of Bedtime Stories), the score will most likely remain unreleased.

Also opening wide is the animation musical Gnomeo & Juliet, which features songs by Elton John and a score by James Newton Howard and Chris Bacon. As reported last December, a soundtrack album including Elton John’s songs and four cues from the original score are has been released this Tuesday. To order the CD and listen to audio clips, visit Amazon and to download the album, visit Amazon or iTunes. To watch a short interview with composer James Newton Howard talking about his score for the project, visit Trailer Addict.

Kevin Macdonald’s adventure movie The Eagle starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell features a score by Atli Orvarsson. A soundtrack album to be released on February 22 by Silva Screen Records has just been announced. Visit our previous article announcing the soundtrack.

Finally, the music documentary Justin Bieber: Never Say Never is opening wide today. Island Records will release the soundtrack album Never Say Never – The Remixes, which features 7 songs from the movie including the Diane Warren-penned song Born to Be Somebody on February 14. The album can be pre-ordered at Amazon and can be downloaded at iTunes and Amazon starting next Tuesday. The film also features a score by Deborah Lurie as reported here. To listen to a few tracks from Lurie’s score, visit her official webpage. No word yet on if any of the score will be released commercially.

Opening in limited release today is Miguel Artega’s Cedar Rapids starring Ed Helms, John C. Reilly, Anne Heche and Sigourney Weaver. The film is scored by Christophe Beck. No announcement for a soundtrack release has been made, but Beck made five tracks from the score available on his webpage.