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    July 8, 2010


    There is already some wild rumors spreading around the quality of George Nolfi's take on Philip K Dick's short novel in this latest sci-fi thriller The Adjustment Bureau. The movie starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt, revolves around a smooth-talking congressman whose political future is thrown in doubt by uncontrollable events and the arrival in his life of a mysterious ballerina. Previously, we have been served with the teaser trailer of the movie and has been knocked out of Summer opening into September 17. Now Universal has shifted the film all the way back to March 4, 2011. No matter what is the reason for the delay, I hope it was not because of bad quality, at cetera. 

    Meanwhile, Universal Pictures also shifted around several of the other movies:

    1. M Night Shyamalan's written Devil is now opening on September 17, taking over The Adjustment Bureau. Previously it was slated for release on 11 February 2011.
    2. Paul, an ensemble comedy film by Greg Mottola, starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, Seth Rogen and Sigourney Weaver, is announced for March 18, 2011.
    3. Sanctum (3D), a cave-dive action drama produced by James Cameron gets a month earlier bump to February 4, 2011
    4. The Dark Fields an upcoming film directed by Neil Burger and starring Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper, revolves about a failed writer obtains a top secret drug which makes him more successful and intelligent, but has dangerous consequences. It is now slated for 21 January 2011 release.
    Fox also announced the releasing date of the comedy headlined by Anna Faris and Chris Evans, about a woman (Anna Faris) looks back at the past twenty men that she has had relationships with in her life and wonders if one of them might be her true love. The current release date for What's Your Number? is 29 April 2011, the last weekend before Summer 2011 begins.

    SOURCES: Slash Film, Box Office Mojo
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