October 21, 2016
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“Dinner for Schmucks” gets a new date on the summer schedule

Hollywoodnews.com: Moviegoers will have to wait a little longer for dinner.

Paramount’s Paul Rudd-Zach Galifianakis-Steve Carrell comedy “Dinner for Schmucks” changed its release date from July 23 to July 30.

Insiders, according to Variety, said that the DreamWorks-Spyglass production moved on account of the crowded summer release schedule.

“Schmucks” needed some breathing room from Warner Bros.’ “Inception” (July 16) and Sony’s “Salt” (July 23).

“Schmucks” is an English remake of the 1999 French film “The Dinner Game.” It also marks director Jay Roach’s first non-franchise feature comedy, outside of “Meet the Parents” and “Austin Powers,” in quite some time.

For the longest time, Sacha Baron Cohen was attached to star in “Schmucks,” but later dropped out.

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