The Clint Eastwood film "Trouble With the Curve" will be winding up in theaters earlier than expected.
Warner Bros. has moved the release date for the film up a week, from its original Sept. 28 premiere date to Sept.. 21.
Robert Lorenz, Eastwood's partner at Malpaso Productions, directed the film.
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No reason for the scheduling shift was given.
Had the film stuck with its original release date, it would have faced the animated film "Hotel Transylvania," the Bruce Willis/Joseph Gordon-Levitt thriller "Looper," and "Won't Back Down," a drama starring Maggie Gyllenhaal.