Following on from yesterday’s near year-long delay of “Batman vs. Superman” and the insertion of Joe Wright’s “Pan” into that release date, a few other projects have seen some date shifts:
The Weinstein Company have shaken up their schedule. The “Vampire Academy” film adaptation has been moved up a week and will open on February 7th.
Due to this, the James Corden-led “One Chance” was to have opened February 7th. It has now been pushed back a month to March 14th.
“Grace of Monaco” was to have opened March 14th, it is now off the schedule. No word on a new date yet.
Relativity’s horror tale “Oculus” has been moved up a week and will now open April 11th, while WWE Studios has come onboard that project as a partner.
Warner Bros. Pictures has scheduled the Reese Witherspoon-led Sudanese refugee drama “The Good Lie” for September 10th.
Finally, a little over a week later, Fox Searchlight has scheduled its electronic dance music doco “The Drop” for a September 19th release.