20th Century Fox shuffled a few release dates today, the most notable being the sci-fi prequel Caesar: Rise of the Apes, which was moved from a June 24 release to Thanksgiving weekend, opening on November 23. The studio feels that the sci-fi project, which stars James Franco, Freida Pinto and Andy Serkis, will play well throughout the holiday season.

Fox also moved its Jim Carrey comedy Mr. Popper's Penguins from an August 12 release to June 17. The studio also set a release date of October 14 for The Big Year, which stars Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson.

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In other Fox release date news, The Sitter was moved up from July 15 to June 24, to occupy Caesar: Rise of the Apes' slot. And Now was pushed back from September 30 to October 28.

New Regency also moved What's Your Number? from April 29 to September 30.