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'Repo Men' and 'Underworld 4' Set New Release Dates

February 5, 2010 (9:22 am) GMT
The Jude Law-starring sci-fi will hit theaters two weeks earlier while release date for the fourth installment of the action fantasy movie is pushed back to late 2011.

Box Office Mojo has come out with new updates of release schedule for several upcoming films. According to the site, Universal Pictures has moved up release date for "". Initially scheduled to be debuted on April 2, this sci-fi thriller, starring as a repo man who struggles to pay his artificial heart or it is taken off his body, will be dropped earlier, on March 19.

Meanwhile, Sony's Screen Gems has changed release dates for highly-anticipated "Underworld 4". The follow-up to 2009 "" which was originally slated for January 21, 2011 release is now pushed back to September 23 the same year.

Other films from Screen Gems which have new release dates are "", "" and "". "The Roommate" that has and among the cast ensemble has been bumped from September 17, 2010 to February 4, 2011, while -starring action thriller "Takers" which was set for May 14 release has been moved to August 20.

As for "Priest", the horror sci-fi starring , it has been pushed back to January 14, 2011 from its old date of August 20 since it will be given 3-D treatment. Additionally, the studio has set release date for -starring comedy "", scheduling it to hit U.S. theaters on September 17.

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