Warner Bros. has delayed the release of three of its films, pushing Going in Style back a year, The House back a month, and The Accountant back a week.
Going in Style, the Zach Braff-directed remake of the 1979 old-timers heist movie, will now open April 7, 2017, rather than May 6 of this year. The film stars Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and Alan Arkin as retirees who lose their pensions and plot to steal from the banks that robbed them.
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The House, another comedy about trying to recoup lost funds, is set to open June 30, 2017, four weeks from its previous perch. Andrew J. Cohen (Neighbors) is directing Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler in the tale of two parents who start an illegal casino after blowing their daughter’s college fund.
And the Ben Affleck-starring action-thriller The Account will bow this Oct. 14, rather than Oct. 7. The film, which has been rescheduled before, is about a pencil-pusher who moonlights as an assassin. Gavin O’Connor directs, with Anna Kendrick and J.K. Simmons costarring.