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Vanessa Hudgens’ film sidesteps b.f. Zac Efron’s on the summer schedule

Hollywoodnews.com: Vanessa Hudgens is getting out of the way of her boyfriend, Zac Efron.

More specifically, CBS Films is re-scheduling her romantic fantasy film “Beastly” until March 18. CBS’s move was triggered by Universal bowing Efron’s “Charlie St. Cloud” on July 30, the original date for “Beastly” according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Hudgens and Efron both starred in Disney’s “High School Musical” franchise.

Per the Hollywood Reporter:

“Beastly” involves an egotistical young man (played by Alex Pettyfer) who is cast under a dark spell and has a year to find a young woman to love. “St. Cloud” revolves around a young man torn between a lasting bond with his dead brother and feelings for the girl he loves.

CBS Films only remaining pic for 2010 is the Dwayne Johnson-Billy Bob Thorton action thriller “Faster” in November. The fledgling label hopes to acquire more films for 2011 since it has nothing in production currently.

To date, CBS has released the Jennifer Lopez romantic comedy “The Back-up Plan” which has made $36.8 million domestically and the Harrison Ford drama “Extraordinary Measures” which grossed $12.1 million stateside.

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