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Universal Shuffles Summer, Adds 2011 Dates

Shuttling of Philip K. Dick adaptation ”Adjustment Bureau“ out of summer highlights flurry of release-date changes

Universal made a flurry of release-date announcements late Tuesday, highlighted by the decision to movie its Philip K. Dick adaptation “The Adjustment Bureau” out of summer.

The sci-fi drama will be moved from July 30 to Sept. 17, with Zac Efron vehicle “Charlie St. Cloud” (originally slated for Oct. 15) moving up the July 30 vacancy.

Other release dates announced by the studio:

“Cheaters,” the Ron Howard-directed comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Kevin James, will debut Jan. 14, 2011 (under a different title).

M. Night Shyamalan horror film “The Night Chronicles: Devil” will premiere Feb. 11, 2011.

James Cameron-produced undersea adventure drama “Sanctum” is set for March 4, 2011… in 3D, of course.

Danny McBride-penned medieval stoner comedy “Your Highness” will premiere April 8, 2011.

– "Ballers" is set for Nov. 4, 2011.