PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 5 Set for October 25th 2013 Release, STAR WARS: EPISODE II and STAR WARS: EPISODE III Scheduled for 3D Re-Releases Next Fall

     November 20, 2012


Previously mentioned today was the shelving of Independence Day 3D, a re-release that was intended to open on July 3rd of 2013. Here are some other new releases and release date shuffles:

Hit the jump for posters, synopses and more information on each film. 

All release date information comes courtesy of Box Office Mojo.

Paranormal Activity 5 was previously slated as a “Halloween 2013″ release date and now has a more specific date of October 25th 2013. No writer, director, or cast is set for Paranormal Activity 5 yet, but series veterans Oren Peli (who directed the first film but hasn’t helmed anything since) and Jason Blum will once again produce.

We previously reported that both Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith would be re-released in 3D, but Episode III’s release date has been moved up a week. Check out the trailers for both below:

Caruso’s next sci-fi film, Invertigo has apparently been put into limbo.  The premise of this plot actually sounds like a lot of fun, so hopefully it finds a home soon: When a long-lost NASA space probe, under the influence of “dark energy,” mysteriously crashes to earth and reverses the pull of gravity, a team mounts a mission into upside-down Manhattan to avert the planet’s destruction as skyscrapers and bridges are ripped from the ground and rivers rain from the sky.

Finally, Doug Liman’s sci-fi action film, All You Need Is Kill, will be released in post-converted 3D one week earlier as Warner Bros takes over the spot vacated by Invertigo. Cruise stars as Lt. Col. Bill Cage, an officer who relives the day of his death after a failed raid on an alien hive, because “direct physical contact with the alien has thrown him into a time loop, dooming him to live out the same brutal combat over and over.”


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  • Bob

    All You Need Is Kill sounds like Source Code…

    Paranormal Activity 5 sucks… I’m not a fan – found the first one boring and it spawned all these horrible looking found footage movies (I say horrible looking because unlike other people I don’t judge something I haven’t seen even though there’s a 99.9% that I’m right about it being bad).

    Releasing the second and third so close together is a good idea.. the second one is the worst one of the 6 movies, and Episode III was the best of the prequels, although that’s not saying much. Honestly, the dialogue in Episode II is SO BAD that I find myself considering whether or not I should defend Phantom Menace when people trash it saying it’s the worst Star Wars movie.

    • Steve

      Episode II for me does have some of the worst dialogue but most of it is centered around the romance, which plays a fairly small part in the story relatively speaking. If not for the terrible maudlin romance, Episode II has some pretty incredible set pieces.

      Episode I, on the other hand has more than just poor dialogue: the slapstick, Jar Jar, the racial stereotypes, Jar Jar, the wooden performances, Jar Jar, “Yippeeeeeee!”, Jar Jar.

      Oh, I almost forgot: and it has lots and lots of Jar Jar.

      • Pocketses

        Episode II is a mess all around. The story is downright insulting. The acting, wooden. The dialogue, laughable. Sure, Episdoe I had Jar Jar, but the rest of the film works better than II on every other level. It’s far from a perfect movie, but it’s definitely better than II or III, maybe even Jedi.

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