the adjustment bureau universalYou'll now have to wait until next year to see Matt Damon sporting a top hat and running from his fate in 'The Adjustment Bureau.' Universal Pictures has pushed back the release of the sci-fi thriller from Sept. 17 to Mar. 4, the studio announced today.

The change marks the second scheduling shift for the film, based on a short story by Philip K. Dick and co-starring Emily Blunt. Universal originally planned to premiere it this summer and later moved it to fall.

Instead, the M. Night Shyamalan-produced supernatural thriller 'Devil' will bow on Sept. 17 to compete with Lionsgate's 3D animated adventure 'Alpha and Omega' and the Ben Affleck-directed drama 'The Town' from Warner Bros.
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