'Anonymous' -- the movie that posits someone other than William Shakespeare wrote the great bard's plays -- was set to open nationwide on Oct. 28 on thousands of screens. Now, Sony Pictures has decided to release the film on only 250 screens. The studio changed its plans after pre-release surveys indicated that the drama wasn't tracking well, according to the L.A. Times. The Roland Emmerich-directed film will now open wider in November, after -- the studio hopes -- positive reviews from audiences and critics.
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