Warner Brothers has shaken up its release schedule, locking down a bunch of dates for various films in the works.
First up, the Johnny Depp-led "Transcendence" has been pushed back a day and will now open on Friday April 18th rather than the Thursday of that week.
Next, an October 3rd 2014 release has been set for "The Conjuring" spin-off about the creepy doll Annabelle.
Two months later comes Paul Thomas Anderson's next project, the pulpy dark comedy "Inherent Vice" which will open December 12th 2014.
Moving into 2015 and a May 8th release is set for the comedy "Mean Moms" inspired by the author of "Mean Girls".
The film version of HBO's "Entourage" has secured a release date of June 12th 2015, going head-to-head with "Jurassic World".
The Nancy Meyers-directed comedy "The Intern" has been slated for September 25th 2015.
Finally there's the "He's Just Not That Into You" follow-up "How To Be Single" which has been set for February 12th 2016.
Source: Warner Bros. Pictures