Fox is moving its comedy-action film This Means War up three days to open on Valentine’s Day, Tuesday February 14. Chris Pine and Tom Hardy play CIA operatives and best buddies who discover they’re both courting Reese Witherspoon. Shifting This Means War may give it a chance to build momentum going into the weekend. The other wide releases Friday the 17th are Sony/Columbia’s Nic Cage comic-book sequel Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance and Disney’s animated import The Secret World Of Arrietty. It will also be the second weekend for Fox’s 3D re-release of Star Wars: Episode 1 — The Phantom Menace.
Fox Moves 'This Means War' To February 14
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