Pixar Stalls Cars; Zorro & Chickens Take Note

by | December 8, 2004 | Comments

The Hollywood Reporter brings us up-to-date on a handful of release shifts. Basically, Disney & Pixar decided to hold their "Cars" until the summer of 2006, which means a prime spot of Novermber real estate was (briefly) up for grabs. The Mouse House opted to move their non-Pixar CG feature "Chicken Little" into the early November spot, and Columbia Pictures promptly followed suit by bumping "The Legend of Zorro" a few weeks back to take advantage of the vacancy. Not even New Year’s and already we’re worrying about November? Well, it’s never too early to claim a primo release date!

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