The tubes are clogged with news of release dates getting pushed around. Let's a take a look at what's happening and why...
The Adjustment Bureau
Matt Damon and Emily Blunt star in this thriller, based on a Philip K. Dick story, that was originally supposed to come out July 30, but will now be out Sept. 17, apparently clearing the way for...
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Charlie St. Cloud
Starring Zac Ephron as a young man overcome with grief by the death of his brother, which moves up from its original October release date. Efron in the summer makes (more) sense, which hopefully means that the "Adjustment" adjustment isn't a bad omen.
The latest from Kevin James was due out in October, but apparently scored so well with test audiences that the studio pushed it back to July 8, 2011, when it could really rake in the dough. It's funny cuz it's true and it's sad cuz it's true.
Director David Gordon Green's medieval stoner saga starring Zooey Deschanel, Natalie Portman, James Franco and Danny McBride, has been bumped from Oct. 1 back to April 8. In the words of Scooby Doo, "Rut-roh." There's talk that Green, a man who made his name crafting small films, has been having trouble with a project of this scale loaded with special effects. We're rooting for this one, but you gotta wonder...
Other release dates out today are for the Sundance hit "Catfish" on Sept. 17; M NIght Shaymalan's "The Night Chronicles: Devil" on Feb. 11; Ron Howard's "Cheaters" (supposedly) starring Jennifer Connelly, Winona Ryder, Jennifer Garner, Vince Vaughn and Kevin James, on Jan. 14; and from executive producer James Cameron it's "Sanctum," a 3D adventure about a team of divers trapped in an undersea cave, coming out March 4.