With just over a month to go before 2014 is upon us, a number of big screen projects are having their release dates fine-tuned. Check out the latest round of updates below.
Walk of Shame, the FilmDistrict comedy starring James Marsden, Elizabeth Banks and Gillian Jacobs, will now see release through Focus World and will hit theaters on April 25 rather than the previously-announced March 14.
Also moving into April 25 is Lionsgate’s supernatural thriller The Quiet Ones, formerly set for April 11. Starring Jared Harris, Sam Claflin, Erin Richards, Olivia Cooke and Rory Fleck-Byrne, The Quiet Ones is both written and directed by John Pogue.
Also from Lionsgate, Tyler Perry’s Single Moms Club will now arrive on March 14, nearly two months before it’s previous May 9 date. There, it will contend with the wide releases of Need for Speed and Grace of Monaco.
Previously set for that March 14 date is Bille Woodruff’s Addicted, which will now bow on September 5, making it the only film currently scheduled for that date.
Newly announced dates include Lionsgate’s Cesar Chavez and Draft Day. The former is set for March 28, opposite the spoof sequel A Haunted House 2 and Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic, Noah, while the latter will arrive on April 11, opening opposite the animated sequel Rio 2, the David Ayer action thriller Sabotage and the Ted Melfi comedy drama St. Vincent. Also opening that day in a limited release is Jim Jarmusch’s latest, Only Lovers Left Alive.
As always, you can check out our full release calendar by clicking here.
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