1. According to industry blog cinematical.com, the Two Coreys are set to reunite on the soon-to-be set of “Lost Boys 2: The Tribe.” Yes, that’s right, those Coreys. Allegedly, the film will hit video store shelves this summer, thanks to Warner Home Video.

2. Take down your toe shoes, as the State Ballet of Georgia makes its Santa Barbara debut on Feb. 19, performing the classic choreography of “Giselle.” Tickets for the 8 p.m. performance at the Arlington Theatre are just $28 for UCSB students.

3. Nothing says comedy quite like two straight men making out, right? Find out for yourself on Feb. 19, as Associated Students Program Board screens “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” at 7:30 and 10 p.m. in I.V. Theater.

4. It’s hard to believe it’s been two decades since Morrissey burst into the collective musical consciousness, but it’s true. And, to celebrate that fact, Morrissey released a two-disc set simply entitled Greatest Hits on Feb. 12. Featuring eight tracks recorded live during a recent concert in Hollywood, as well as over 10 top-20 singles, this album is a must-hear for music junkies from London to L.A.

5. Okay, so “Jumper” looks a little silly, to say the least. But, the film, which opens on Feb. 15, does star Hayden Christensen, Rachel Bilson, Diane Lane and Samuel L. Jackson, and was shot by the same director who made “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” and “The Bourne Identity,” so at least you know there will be plenty of pretty people doing sexy stunts. Not bad for a post-V-Day pick-me-up.

6. Paul Haggis’ “Crash” ranks as one of the most well-reviewed films of the past few years, and deservedly so. Check it out for free on Valentine’s Day, as UCSB’s Spread the Love, Stop the Hate screens this seminal film at 9 p.m. in I.V. Theater.