Charlie Day's <strong><em>Horrible Bosses</em></strong> loses its release date
Don't worry, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia fans. The Charlie Day comedy Horrible Bosses may have lost its release date, but Warner Bros. is still looking to debut the Seth Gordon directed caper sometime this summer.

The move was made so that Steve Carell's Crazy Stupid Love could have the July 29th release date on the Warner Bros. calendar. The comedy was originally set to bow on April 22nd, but Warner Bros. felt the summer was a better fit for this John Requa and Glenn Ficarra directed look at a mid-life crisis.

According to Deadline, Warner Bros. has decided on an April 8th release date for the Russell Brand remake Arthur. The studio has also pushed Kate Hudson's romcom Something Borrowed from its June 10th date to May 6th.