We reported back in April that Universal Pictures was making some changes to its release slate and it seems they're making even more changes. The studio has shifted some more release dates, including the always-adjusting Matt Damon film The Adjustment Bureau, which will now be released on March 4, 2011. Our earlier report revealed that the film was shifting from its July 30 release to September 17, and now it will be moved into next spring.

Moving into the September 17 slot is the horror film Devil, which will be pushed up from its February 11, 2011 release date to its new fall home. We also reported yesterday that the film has dropped its "The Night Chronicles" banner from the title.

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The studio also announced a November 12 release date for Skyline, which stars Eric Balfour, Brittany Daniel, Donald Faison and David Zayas and a December 3 release date for Kids in America.

For the studio's 2011 slate, The Dark Fields will be released on January 21, 2011, James Cameron's Sanctum will arrive on February 4, 2011 and Greg Mottola's Paul is set to hit theaters on March 18, 2011.