Over the last few days, I’ve been posting these month by month previews for 2013, listing all the notable movies being released each month of the year. I always include a disclaimer that all dates are subject to change. Guess what? They’re changing already (I will be doing some editing in a few minutes…).
Sony has announced a variety of changes to their schedule:
- The unnecessary remake of “Carrie” has had its release date shifted from March 15 to October 18. I guess they thought the Halloween month would be a good time for a horror movie (they could also have done a May or June prom time release). Chloe Grace Moretz stars.
- “The Call,” formerly “The Hive,” has taken the place of “Carrie” on March 15. Abigail Breslin and Halle Berry star.
- “No Good Deed” has been moved from October 18 to January 17, 2014. Taraji P. Henson and Idris Elba star in the kidnapping movie.
- “The Monuments Men,” George Clooney’s movie about art rescuers during World War II, has been shifted two days from December 20 to December 18.
There, got it? Okay, time for me to clean up my calendar. Execs, give me a break for a few more days and don’t give me any more changes, please?