“The Golden Age”, the sequel to 1998’s “Elizabeth”, features Cate Blanchett’s glorious rendition of Queen Elizabeth along with Clive Owen and Geoffrey Rush reprising his role. It has moved up a week to October 12th 2007, where it’ll face a lot less competition against “The Eye” and “Hitman”.
“Mr. Bean’s Holiday”, featuring everyone’s favorite developmentally-challenged Brit, has moved up a whole month to August 31st, 2007. A good idea frankly; the 28th of September is actually pretty stacked with it and it shows confidence to give it a late-summer release.
“Rogue”, the horror version that was falsely reported to be direct-to-video, has in fact been delayed from April 20th to an undisclosed date in Fall 2007…where the OTHER “Rogue” is scheduled to come out. Yes, this can get confusing fast.
“The Other Boelyn Girl”, a period drama where two ambitious sisters (played by Scarlet Johanssen and Natalie Portman) try to gain the heart of Eric Bana as King Henry VIII, will face “National Treasure 2” on December 21st, 2007.
“Made of Honor” has subsided to the will of “I Am Legend” and “Alvin and The Chipmunks”. It will move to February 8th, 2008 to face new Martin Lawrence-led “The Better Man”.
“21”, a Las Vegas-based drama starring Laurence Fishburne, Lois Lane (Kate Bosworth), and Lex Luthor (Kevin Spacey), has been given an undisclosed date all the way in Winter 2008.
“The Green Hornet”, recently rebooted by producer Neal M. Horitz, has been given an undisclosed date in Summer 2009. As I see it, with the “Spider-Man” franchise’s future still a bit up in the air, Sony/Columbia wil try to angle this for a semi-premier date, such as mid-July or mid-June.