Universal Shakes Up Its Release Schedule

Universal Pictures has had a major shake up of its upcoming release schedule with quite a few titles seeing some major delays and/or changes.

The biggest move is Matt Damon’s sci-fi thriller “The Adjustment Bureau” which was previously moved from July to September, and now won’t be unfurled until March 4th next year.

Two weeks later on March 18th the studio will release “Paul”, the Simon Pegg and Nick Frost comedy about two sci-fi geeks on a road trip with a real alien.

Originally slated for the end of the year, the James Cameron-produced diving drama “Sanctum” has been moved back to February 4th.

Though shot back in 2007, ensemble comedy “Kids in America” will finally score a theatrical release on December 3rd. Apocalyptic drama “Skyline” will open November 12th, and the Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro thriller “The Dark Fields” has set a January 21st release date.