Midnight Sun, the Bella Throne-Patrick Schwarzenegger romance about a young woman who is sensitive to the sun but comes alive at night, now will open on March 23 via Open Road Films, a week earlier than planned.
Directed by Scott Speer, the pic is based on the 2006 Japanese film from Norihiro Koizumi.
In addition, Open Road’s live-action talking-dog comedy Show Dogs, featuring the voices of Will Arnett and Natasha Lyonne, is moving from January 26 to April 6. The pic revolves around Max, a rugged lone-wolf Rottweiler police dog. He and his human police partners are investigating an underground network of illegal animal traders when they get a tip that the crime ring is planning an attack on the prestigious Canini Dog Show. Max is thus forced to go undercover.
Playmobil, Lino DiSalvo’s live-action/animated feature based on the classic toy series, now is scheduled to open on April 19, 2019 — Easter weekend– instead of January 18 that year.