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Recent Changes In Film Release Date Schedules

Oscar-nominated writer/director Christopher Nolan at work on set.

The film industry is always coping with conflicting schedules and merging franchises that are controlled by separate production companies. That being said, release dates for films that are currently in production should always be taken with a grain of salt. Dates are bound to change, new productions of higher profitability, and even seasons of the year all play big roles in determining when a film actually hits theaters.Shanghai, for example, is just now being released in the United States, even though it was filmed and released overseas close to five years ago. Regardless of what factors play into it, here are some updates to some film release schedules you might want to be aware of.

1. Warner Bros. has just announced that Christopher Nolan‘s next directorial project (his first since Interstellar was released back in December 2014) has been give a release date for July 21, 2017. No details have yet been made on the plot or who will star in the film, but it’s good to know the Inception and Dark Knight series director is getting back to work.

2. Oliver Stone‘s upcoming biopic on former NSA-employee turned traitor Edward Snowden, appropriately titled Snowden, has been pushed back from a Christmas release to an unspecified release date in 2016. We’ll keep an eye out for an exact date.

3. The new Western (yes, there is another one coming out!) with Oscar-winner Natalie Portman (Leon: The Professional, Black Swan) titled Jane Got A Gun, which was also expected in theaters sometime this Holiday season, has also been pushed back for a February 2016 release date. The script for this project has already been delayed while the script was re-written, but with any luck the new date should be the last delay for director Gavin O’Connor (Miracle, Warrior).

Stay tuned for more updates!

Watch The New Trailer For ‘Vacation’ With Ed Helm And Christina Applegate

After hearing about a revamped Vacation update after the National Lampoon classic with Chevy Chase (National Lampoon’s Vacation, CaddyShack) and Beverly D’Angelo (American History X, Entourage), trailers are finally starting to turn up as we approach the July 29th release-date. The film comes from writing/directing team John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein (Horrible Bosses, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone), and follows Rusty Griswold (portrayed in the original by Anthony Michael Hall) and his wife Debbie on a new family vacation enroute to Walley World. Starring in the film are actors Ed Helms (The Hangover, We’re The Millers), Christina Applegate (Anchorman, Hall Pass), Regina Hall (Law Abiding Citizen, Think Like A Man), Nick Kroll (I Love You Man, Date Night), Charlie Day (It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, The Lego Movie), and Leslie Mann (Funny People, This Is 40) and Chris Hemsworth (Thor, The Avengers) as Audrey Griswold and her husband Stone Crandall. The movie will be out in theaters this July 29th; check out the new trailer here on MADE!

Writer/Director Mike Binder’s ‘Black Or White’ Now Playing In Theaters

Writer/director Mike Binder (The Upside of Anger, Reign Over Me) has a new project in theaters this week titled Black or White with Academy Award winners Kevin Kostner (The Untouchables, Dances With Wolves) and Octavia Spencer (The Help, Fruitvale Station). The film follows a grandfather who receives custody of his granddaughter and ensues in a custody battle with her paternal grandmother (Spencer) and her father after her mother dies. What follows is an interesting look of culture-clash and understanding as the two families come to work together in their child’s best interest. Also making up the supporting cast are actors Jillian Estell (Chase, So This Is Christmas), Bill Burr (Date Night, The Heat), Anthony Mackie (The Hurt Locker, Gangster Squad), and Gillian Jacobs (Walk of Shame, Community). Check out the trailer here on MADE.

“Banksy in New York” Book Release


With Banksy’s HBO documentary hitting the air recently, the British artist is also preparing to drop a book which also details his residency in NYC. Now offered in a coffee table ready hard-cover, “Banksy in New York” not only features pictures of the artist’s work throughout the residency, but it also shows public/media reactions. The book was released in stores on December 5th and will be available online December 10th, click the link below to pre-order yours via Amazon for $24.50.

“Banksy in New York” Pre-Order

‘We’re The Millers’ Sequel In Early Production


Director Rawson Marshall Thurber delivered a smash comedy hit last year with We’re The Millers, starring Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston. The movie made over $250 million worldwide and now New Line Cinema has a sequel in the works and screenwriter Adam Sztykiel has been hired to writer the project. Sztykiel’s track record includes the comedies Made of Honor (2008) and Due Date (2010) with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis. No word yet on when the movie will be ready or scheduled for release.

Air Jordan VI “Carmine” Release Date

Jordan Brand is planning to kick off their headline summer with the release of the “Carmine” 6s. These kicks have always been coveted within the sneaker community making it hard to come across a pair, May 24th is the official release date; so if you’re trying to get your hands on some, plan appropriately.

Air Jordan VI “Infrared 23” Release Date


Last weekend, Jordan Brand treated us with the release of the Air Jordan III “Infrared 23”; and now it appears the VI has it’s official release date. February 15th is the day for all sneaker heads to mark on their calendars, this release is particularly anticipated so you should have a game plan if you want to cop.

Kid Cudi Gives Update For New EP


Kid Cudi took to Twitter the other day to give a few details about his upcoming EP, which is entitled “Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon“. The project was rumored to be finished, but Cudder explained that it still needs a few minor tweaks; pushing the release date to sometime in February. Keep an eye out for that official date as we get closer to next month.

Playstation 4 Release Reminder


The good guys over at Sony will be releasing the highly anticipated Playstation 4 later this week. November 15th is the day, closer than you ever imagined? Fuck yea, especially since it’s only $400 bucks; if you haven’t pre-ordered yet you might want to get on that. If the PS4 release is anything like the PS3’s, they’ll be pretty hard to find after the initial store drops.