Would You Rather Surf With Hot Chicks Or Dance On The Moon?

'Blue Crush,' 'Pluto Nash' new in theaters this weekend.

If this week's new theatrical releases shared a soundtrack, perhaps it'd be Joe Satriani's Surfing With the Alien.

The guitar virtuoso's album would fit right in with either surf-chick flick "Blue Crush" or Eddie Murphy's outer-space comedy "The Adventures of Pluto Nash," both of which are hitting theaters this weekend.

"Blue Crush" stars Kate Bosworth ("Remember the Titans"), Michelle Rodriguez ("The Fast and the Furious") and real life wave-cutter Sanoe Lake as a trio of girls who become fierce competitors in the heavily male-dominated world of surfing. Bosworth, for one, took her training for the role so seriously that she found herself hitting the waves in Hawaii long after the production wrapped. (Click for photos of the girls from "Blue Crush.")

"I come back quite a bit," Bosworth said. "I became really close with a lot of the local people. They really embraced all of us — the whole movie crew as well. It is sort of my home away from home. And I love surfing, so I do it quite a bit."

Eddie Murphy won't be returning to the locale where "The Adventures of Pluto Nash" takes place, unless he plans to embark upon a Lance Bass-style mission. Murphy stars as Pluto Nash, the owner of a nightclub on the moon in the year 2087. He finds himself in hot water when the "lunar mob" tries to buy his place and he refuses to sell. The movie co-stars Randy Quaid ("Vegas Vacation"), Rosario Dawson ("Men in Black II"), Pam Grier ("Jackie Brown") and Joe Pantoliano ("The Matrix").

Both movies will have to battle against "XXX," "Signs," "Austin Powers in Goldmember" and the rest of this summer's strong roster for box office coin.