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Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz’s “Knight and Day” to open two days earlier

Hollywoodnews.com: Fox will blast off the Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz action film “Knight and Day” on June 23, two days earlier than originally scheduled.

The recent news comes from the Hollywood Reporter.

Fox’s move seems logical, given Tom Cruise’s recent rising star on the MTV Movie Awards. Actor donned a semi-fat costume and revived his obnoxious “Tropic Thunder” film boss Les Grossman. Grossman essentially stole the awards show with his non-stop cursing and disco gyrating.

Also by bowing “Knight and Day” on a Wednesday, Fox places the action film in contention for a five-day record, similar to Cruise’s previous summer films “Mission: Impossible” and “War of the Worlds.” Adam Sandler’s PG-13 comedy “Grown Ups” will bow on Friday, June 25 against “Knight and Day.”

Fox’s move, also gives it a leg up on upcoming Independence Day weekend openers, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” on June 30 and the Nickelodeon toon live action adaptation, “The Last Airbender.”

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  • June 8, 2010 | Permalink |

    Can’t wait! 2 days earlier is great! Thanks.

  • June 8, 2010 | Permalink |

    great news

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