'Evil Dead' Remake Now Hitting Theaters a Week Earlier on April 5th

January 30, 2013
Source: Twitter

Evil Dead

Briefly: Since 20th Century Fox decided to move their buddy cop comedy The Heat starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy from April 5th to a summer release on June 28th, that left Jurassic Park 3D as the only wide release that weekend. Well, Sony has decided to take advantage of that schedule change and bumped up the release of Evil Dead from April 12th to the April 5th spot. They let original Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell announce the news on Twitter, "The world cannot wait. The Evil Dead remake launches one week earlier! 4/5/13. You demanded it - you got it!" I'm not sure that we demanded it, but that's cool.

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  • Comic393
    yay! I jst want 2 go faster and faster and faster!
  • Holy crap...I just might double feature Jurassic Park 3D and Evil Dead. I wonder how many kids will buy a ticket for Jurassic Park and walk into Evil Dead.
    • notalent
      Well I guess they wouldn't mind paying the extra 3D upcharge to sneak into another movie. But I highly doubt it.
      • There are going to be 2D showings of Jurassic Park as well. I never really did it, but from stories I heard growing up...buying a ticket to a popular PG-13 movie and then walking into an R rated one was quite common at our local theater.
  • I really want to see this but... I really wish there was a new Ash.




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