December 20, 2010 07:19:12 GMT
'Something Borrowed' is now set for May 6, 2011 release, while 'Horrible Bosses' is moved from its July 29, 2011 slot which is now given to 'Crazy, Stupid, Love.'
Warner Bros. has announced the shifts of release schedule for some of their films. "Something Borrowed", which will see Ginnifer Goodwin starring as a law firm employee torn between his best friend (Kate Hudson) and the love of her life, is moved up from June 10, 2011 release to May 6 of the same year.
"Horrible Bosses", which was previously due to come out on July 29, 2011, is now listed for general summer release. This happens since the studio has given the movie's old slot to "Crazy, Stupid, Love.", which once was set for April 22, 2011 release.
"Horrible Bosses" has a bunch of A-listers, such as Colin Farrell, Jennifer Aniston and Jamie Foxx supporting the cast ensemble. The movie revolves around three friends who plan to get rid of their intolerable bosses.
"Crazy, Stupid, Love.", in the meantime, pairs up comedian Steve Carell and Oscar-nominated actor Ryan Gosling. The former will portray a devastated man following his wife's affair while the latter will help him to get over his wife and start living his life.
Meanwhile, good news comes for "Arthur" which now gets a release date. A remake to 1981 film of the same title, the comedy starring Russell Brand and Helen Mirren is set to grace U.S. theaters on April 8, 2011.