The big-screen CHiPs reboot will be riding into theaters earlier than expected, but Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur and the spooky sequel Annabelle 2 have both been pushed back a bit.
Warner Bros. announced Tuesday that writer-director-star Dax Shepard’s CHiPs will now open March 24, 2017, moving up several months from its previous release date of Aug. 11.
Annabelle 2, the second chiller about the haunted doll introduced in the Conjuring franchise, will fill the vacated Aug. 11 slot, moving back from its previous date of May 19.
King Arthur, starring Charlie Hunnam and Jude Law, will now open May 12. It had been scheduled to bow March 24, the date now occupied by CHiPs.
Arriving one week after King Arthur, on May 19, will be Everything, Everything, an adaptation of the YA book by Nicola Yoon. The movie was previously slated for an Aug. 18 debut.