Warner Bros. Delays 300: Rise of an Empire to 2014 and Tom Cruise’s All You Need is Kill

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300 Rise of an Empire (2013) Movie PosterI have to say, I sort of saw this coming. No, really. Scheduling “300: Rise of an Empire” for August 2nd of this year was way too optimistic, especially when the first time we’ve seen anything from the film was about a month ago. And we haven’t even sniffed a trailer for the sequel yet. You also gotta figure that a film like this will require extensive post-production work.

So it’s no surprise to me that Warner Bros. is officially moving “300: Rise of an Empire” from an August 2013 date to March 7, 2014. That’s about 5 extra months for director Noam Murro to get things where he and the studio wants/needs them.

March 7, 2014 also means the only thing standing in “300′s” way of box office domination is an animated movie from Fox called “Mr. Peabody & Sherman”. Yeah, I’ve never heard of it, either.

Besides moving the “300″ sequel back, Warner Bros. has also officially delayed Doug Liman’s Tom Cruise-starring sci-fi actioner “All You Need is Kill” for three extra months. Now instead of a March 14, 2014 bow (“300: Rise of an Empire’s” new date), “Kill” will bow 3 months later on June 6, 2014, which would pit it against the Michael Bay-produced “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” reboot.

Mark your calenders, kids.

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Via : Box Office Mojo

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