'The Adjustment Bureau' was going to be Matt Damon's big summer movie, but the title may be a more apt name for the scheduling department at Universal. The studio released a reshuffled release schedule on Tuesday, and among its musical-chairs movie premiere dates is a shift of Damon's movie from Jul. 30 into an increasingly busy fall season, landing on Sept. 17.

Instead, the Zac Efron supernatural romance 'Charlie St. Cloud,' once scheduled for October 15, will take the July 30 date. That odd shift will pit Efron against Vanessa Hudgens, who has her own supernatural romance, 'Beastly,' opening the same day. (How will 'High School Musical' fans choose?)
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