Filmjerk Report: Platformed Producers, Slippery Slither, and a Canceled Feast

by | September 26, 2005 | Comments’s Early Report delivers an all-new handful of MPAA decisions, release date alterations, and screen count updates … and it looks like those of you dying to see that Project: Greenlight horror flick may have to wait a little longer.

"The Producers: The Movie Musical" (Universal Pictures): The big screen adaptation of Mel Brooks‘ Tony Award winning musical adaptation of his 1968 comedy film will now open in limited release on December 16 before expanding nationwide on January 13

"Munich" (Universal Pictures): Steven Spielberg‘s drama about a Mossad agent who hunts down those responsible for the 1972 Munich Olympic massacre will now open in 500 theatres on December 13 before expanding into 1800 theatres nationwide on January 6

"Slither" (Universal Pictures): James Gunn, the screenwriter who brought us "Tromeo and Juliet," the "Dawn of the Dead" remake and the "Scooby Doo" movies, makes his directorial debut with this horror film, now set to open in theatres March 31

"Feast" (Dimension Films/The Weinstein Company): The latest Project Greenlight film, a horror film directed by the son of B-movie icon Clu Gulager, has been delayed from its January 20 release. No new release date has been set"

To keep up-to-date on all the newest changes, be sure to check out FJ’s Early Report at the start of the week!