The horror comedy movie, which is directed by David Zucker, will hit cinemas Stateside on April 20, 2012, competing against 'House at the End of the Street'.
The Weinstein Company has announced release dates for its forthcoming films. One of them is "Scary Movie 5", which will make its way out on April 20, 2012 across the United States. Opening after the horror comedy flick is "Halloween 3D", which is scheduled for October 26, 2012 release.
Apart from those two movies, the studio has also made it official that "Coriolanus" and "The Iron Lady" will hit U.S. theaters later this year. The drama thriller movie is slated for December 2 release, with the biography drama film coming 14 days after, on December 16 to be exact.
Relativity Media, in the meantime, has pushed back release date for "House at the End of the Street". Originally scheduled for February 3, 2012, the horror thriller which stars Jennifer Lawrence will be debuted on the same day as "Scary Movie 5".
Directed by David Zucker, "Scary Movie 5" has Jim Abrahams pen the screenplay. However, there has been no further detail about the film's plot. The same case also applies for "Halloween 3D", which is directed by Patrick Lussier and written by Todd Farmer. The plot of the horror thriller has not been announced yet.
"Coriolanus", in which Ralph Fiennes stars in addition to taking the directorial job, centers its story on the titular character who joins forces with sworn enemy Tullus Aufidius. Ironically, he is later brutally murdered by the foe. As for "The Iron Lady", the film which stars Meryl Streep as the main female role revolves around Margaret Thatcher, the controversial and long-governing former British Prime Minister. She tries to save her career in the 17 days preceding the 1982 Falklands War.
"House at the End of the Street" follows a teen girl (portrayed by Jennifer Lawrence) who moves with her mom to a new town and learns that their home is across the street from a house where a double murder took place. Complications ensue when the teen befriends the massacre's sole surviving son (played by Max Thieriot).