‘Zephyr’ here with some release date changes regarding March 2010 as well as some comedic tentpoles in the Summer:
The Ang Lee-directed ode to the legendary festival has been delayed from August 14th, which would have been the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, to August 28th.
The Mikael Hafstrom-directed period drama starring John Cusack and Ken Watanabe has been moved from September 4th 2009 to an undetermined date.
The Paramount feature has been scheduled for March 12th 2010. Hardly anything is know about it, with no listings on imdb.com or Dark Horizons.
Season of the Witch
The Dominic Sena-directed medieval thriller starring Nicholas Cage and Ron Perlman has been scheduled for March 19th 2010, a similar date to Cage’s recent mid-level hit Knowing.
The all-star ensemble comedy starring Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James, Rob Schneider, David Spade, Maya Rudolph, Salma Hayek, Steve Buscemi, and Norm McDonald has been upgraded from a March 12th 2010 release to a summer release, now coming out June 25th 2010.
The Green Hornet
The Michel Gondry-directed action adaptation starring Seth Rogen has been delayed two weeks from June 25th 2010 to July 9th against Robert Rodriguez’s Predators and Despicable Me to make room for Grown Ups.
Dinner for Schmucks
The Jay Roach-directed remake starring Steve Carrel and Paul Rudd has been scheduled for July 23rd 2010 as counter-programming against Columbia’s Salt.
Resident Evil: Afterlife
The long-rumored fourth feature in the video game franchise, which will shift the story to Tokyo, has been scheduled by Screen Gems for September 17th 2010. Whether Milla Jojovich will return for the film remains to be seen.