Not a good sign!
Rogen agrees with the change, saying that "it gives more time for post, which would have been immensely rushed if we were to come out in the summer. It also affords us more time to promote the film."
The film, co-written by Rogen with Evan Goldberg (who also penned Superbad and Pineapple Express together), is already in production with Michael Gondry set to direct after Stephen Chow opted out.
Rogen adds that the change is "ultimately a great vote of confidence from the studio. We got the same date that movies like I Am Legend and Avatar are getting, so we're thrilled to be there."
Hmmm, Green Hornet sounds more like a summer
blockbuster lackluster to us, but whatever works.
Do U think it will do well at the holiday box office?
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