IFC Releasing has setup its late Summer/early Fall schedule and has locked in four films – the Catherine Deneuve-led Beloved for August 17th, the Lauren Ambrose-led comedy Sleepwalk with Me for August 24th, Josh Radnor’s comedy Liberal Arts for September 14th, and the documentary How to Survive a Plague for September 21st.
The Frank Langella-led Robot and Frank has now been scheduled for August 24th.
CBS Films have pushed back the airline-set supernatural thriller 7500 from this August to an unspecified 2013 date. They’ve also moved up the Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz-led remake of Gambit from January 11th 2013 to October 12th 2012.
Paramount has announced a November 2nd release date for the Robert Zemeckis-directed and Denzel Washington-led pilot legal case drama Flight. As a direct result, they have also pushed back the Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen road trip comedy The Guilt Trip from November 2nd to Christmas Day.
Sylvester Stallone’s Bullet to the Head is back on the schedule at Warner Brothers with the new date of February 1st 2013.
Beautiful Creatures has been moved back two weeks to February 15th 2013.
Summit Entertainment’s magician heist thriller Now You See Me has been pushed back two months from January 18th 2013 to March 15th 2013.
Fox has moved up the sequel Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters by two weeks to March 15th 2013.
Warners has pushed back the 3D fantasy epic The Seventh Son by eight months from February 15th 2013 to October 18th 2013.
Sony Pictures has swapped out one Roland Emmerich movie for another, replacing Singularity with White House Down on November 1st 2013.
Relativity have pulled Phil Noyce’s thriller Hunter Killer from the schedule.