Lionsgate-Summit has shifted the wide-release horror movie Sinister to October 12th from October 5th. The week earlier date has Tim Burton’s stop-motion Disney animated Frankenweenie and Fox’s Taken 2. The Scott Derrickson-directed horror flick starring Ethan Hawke and Vincent D’Onofrio will now go up against Warner Bros’ Argo, Here Comes The Boom and Seven Psychopaths.
Summit Moves 'Sinister' To October 12
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