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August 13, 2005 (3:03 am) GMT
Producers of Nicole Richie's film debut "Kids in America" have moved the release date forward two weeks early

The kids, and , won't have to compete in the box office. Why? Because producers of Richie's debut "" have moved the release date to October 21, which is two weeks early than its previous November release date that coincide with Hilton's "." Explaining this, moviemaker Andrew Shaifer, who produced and wrote "Kids in America" commented "My concern now is that Paris is going to continue to play follow the leader. She will try to horn in on Nicole's PR again."

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