Cruise thriller Valkyrie pushed back
Originally due to hit screens in October, the film - which tells the story of an assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler by a band of renegade German army officers - will now not see daylight until February 2009, according to Digital Spy.
The site says the move will now take Valkyrie out of the summer blockbuster market and put it up against Isla Fisher comedy-drama Confessions Of A Shopaholic and the new remake of slasher classic Friday The 13th.
It adds that the studio behind the film, MGM, had moved the film to benefit from opening on the President's Day holiday weekend.
MGM's Clark Woods told the site: "MGM is proud and excited to be presenting Valkyrie, and because of that we want to give it the best launch possible."
Valkyrie will also feature Stephen Fry, Eddie Izzard and Rome star David Bamber, who plays Adolf Hitler.
Bryan Singer's previous credits the X-Men trilogy and Superman Returns.
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