Deadline Hollywood has released the new release slate for Universal Pictures for 2010 and 2011, some of which indicates changes from previously-announced releases.
The studio has moved The Adjustment Bureau, which stars Matt Damon, from a summertime release of July 30 to a September 17 release date. The studio has also moved the Zac Efron film Charlie St. Cloud from its October 15 release to fill in the July 30 release slot.
Universal has also pushed back its Danny McBride comedy Your Highness from an October 1 release to April 8, 2011. The studio has also set a January 14, 2011 release date for Cheaters, which stars Vince Vaughn and Kevin James. The comedy will be squaring off against The Green Hornet, which Sony recently moved into that release slot.
Release dates were also set for such films as The Night Chronicles: Devil (February 11, 2011), the first film in a new series produced by M. Night Shyamalan, James Cameron's Sanctum 3D (March 4, 2011) and the documentary Catfish on September 17.