Whedon's Cabin Gets Pushed Back A Year And In Your Face

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Getting excited to see the Joss Whedon/Drew Goddard horror collaboration The Cabin In The Woods? Here's the bad news: Its release date has been pushed from February 2010 to January 2011... because so many people want to see it. Whuh?


The reason given by studio MGM for the release date shift is because advance tracking for the movie has been so positive that they're going to convert the Goddard-directed, Whedon co-written movie into 3D. Whether the almost year-long shift for release will lower that advance anticipation remains to be seen, of course.

Whedon's Cabin in the Woods Pushed, Going 3-D! [Shock Till You Drop]

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That's the reason they give... it's more likely due to MGM's bankruptcy and legal maneuverings.