According to Variety, Warner Bros. Pictures has relocated romance "The Lake House," starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, from Super Bowl weekend to a competitive summer slot dominated by two testosterone-laden pics.

Bowing on June 16 are Universal's "The Fast and the Furious 3: Tokyo Drift" and 20th Century Fox's Viking adventure Pathfinder.

"The Lake House" was originally set to bow Feb. 3, but the studio needed to find a new release date because of additional post-production work. Studio decided to counterprogram the pic on June 16.

Alejandro Agresti directed "The Lake House," which was penned by Proof playwright David Auburn. Film, a remake of Korean pic "Il Mare," concerns a lonely doctor and frustrated architect who live in the same house two years apart. They begin exchanging love letters through a mailbox with mysterious power.

In a separate move, the Weinstein Co. has decided to push back Hoodwinked out of the crowded Christmas frame to Jan. 13. TWC still plans a one-week L.A. run starting Dec. 16 to qualify the pic for kudos.

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