The New 3D 'Titanic' to Set Sail Earlier Than Planned on April 4
Paramount also shifts dates for the Eddie Murphy comedy "A Thousand Words," moving it up to March 9.
The newly-converted 3D version of James Cameron’s Titanic will set sail a few days earlier than originally planned, Paramount said Tuesday.
The film, which had been scheduled to launch Friday, April 6, is now been slated to arrive in theaters on Wednesday, April 4.
The studio also has moved up A Thousand Words, Brian Robbins’ comedy starring Eddie Murphy, from April 20 to March 9, where it will compete with Disney’s sci-fi tale John Carter and Open Road’s horror movie A Thousand Words.
It also slated a limited release on March 16 for the Duplass Brothers’ film Jeff, Who Lives at Home, starring Jason Segel. The film, which was originally scheduled for a March 2 release, debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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