Going the Distance
Warner Bros. Pictures has pushed back the opening of the Drew Barrymore/Justin Long comedy “Going the Distance” back one week to September 3rd.
The Warrior’s Way
The visually splendent modern martial arts western will score a limited release on December 3rd.
Kids in America
Relativity has pushed back the long delayed ensemble teen drama from January to March 4th next year.
The Dark Fields
Neil Burger’s smart drug thriller starring Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper has also seen a delay from January and will now open March 18th 2011.
The Lincoln Lawyer
The Matthew McConaughey and Marisa Tomei-led crime drama based on the Michael Connelly novel has scheduled a March 18th 2011 release.
The Jake Kasdan-directed ensemble comedy about high school teacher romantic shenanigans starring Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake, Jason Segel and Molly Shannon is targeting an April 1st 2011 release.
Disney’s attempt to recapture its “High School Musical” level success with this potential new franchise is scheduled to kick off April 29th 2011.
The Luc Besson penned/produced action thriller with Zoe Saldana has set a September 2nd 2011 release.
Jack and Jill
The Adam Sandler comedy has announced a November 11th 2011 release date
David Koepp’s bike messenger racing across Manhattan thriller starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been locked in for a January 13th 2012 release.
John Carter of Mars
Disney has pinpointed a June 8th 2012 release date for its grand sci-fi adaptation of the Edgar Rice Burroughs classic.
The film adaptation of the Tim Burton classic short has been scheduled for a March 9th 2012 release.
Monsters, Inc. 2
The Disney/Pixar sequel has been moved up two weeks from November 16th to November 2nd 2012, likely to avoid getting in the way of the “Twilight” juggernaut opening on the 16th.
The Leonardo DiCaprio-voiced Dreamworks Animation feature has been moved back three weeks from November 2nd 2012 to November 21st 2012.