A load of new release dates for BURIED, 21 JUMP STREET, THE NEXT THREE DAYS, and SMURFS

Joshua Brunsting

by: Joshua Brunsting
March 11th, 2010

Well it looks like the studios were a bit busier last night than one would have expected.

A bevy of new release dates have been announced, including ones for BURIED, the adaptation of the cult TV series, 21 JUMP STREET, Paul Haggis’ THE NEXT THREE DAYS, and also the live-action/animation 3D flick, SMURFS.

According to Box Office Mojo (via /Film), Lionsgate and Columbia Pictures have announced release dates for their respective films.  Lionsgate has announced that the upcoming Ryan Reynolds thriller and Sundance hit, BURIED, will be released on the ever growing date of September 24th, 2010.  That date has been much talked about over the past couple of days, as it is the new home of Oliver Stone’s new film, WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS, as well as LEGENDS OF THE GUARDIANS, and the Kristen Bell comedy, YOU AGAIN.

Lionsgate also announced that Paul Haggis’ THE NEXT THREE DAYS will hit on November 19th, 2010, and will battle it out with the Rock’s next action film, FASTER, as well as the sure fire hit, HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS – PART 1.  The film stars Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks as a husband and wife (and is a remake of a French flick), that sees Crowe attempting to break his wife, Banks, out of jail.

As for Columbia, they have announced that SMURFS will hit August 3rd, 2011, and 21 JUMP STREET will see the curtains rise on August 5th, 2011.  SMURFS was moved to a wide open date, from their previously slated release on July 29th, 2011, but due to the competition, from COWBOYS AND ALIENS, and THE FIRST AVENGER: CAPTAIN AMERICA.

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