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Looks like we won't be seeing those Fockers again until Christmas.

Headlining a series of studio shifts regarding 2010 film releases, Universal announced the third installment in the 'Meet the Parents' series -- 'Little Fockers' -- will be pushed back a few months. The film, which has Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro, and Owen Wilson returning to familiar roles, was originally set for a July 30th release, but will now join highly anticipated films like 'The Green Hornet' and Jack Black's 'Gulliver's Travels' on December 22.

Sliding into the Fockers' old place will be the Matt Damon's appropriately-named 'The Adjustment Bureau'. Looks like we won't be seeing those Fockers again until Christmas.

Headlining a series of studio shifts regarding 2010 film releases, Universal announced the third installment in the 'Meet the Parents' series -- 'Little Fockers' -- will be pushed back a few months. The film, which has Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro and Owen Wilson returning to familiar roles, was originally set for a July 30th release, but will now join highly anticipated films like 'The Green Hornet' and Jack Black's 'Gulliver's Travels' on December 22.

Sliding into the Fockers' old place will be the Matt Damon's appropriately-named 'The Adjustment Bureau'.

Later that month, the much buzzed-about 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World' will face off against 'The Expendables' and Julia Roberts' chick-lit adaptation of 'Eat, Pray, Love' on August 13, which should bring joy to the masses eagerly awaiting Edgar Wright's follow-up to 2007's 'Hot Fuzz'.

In more recent news, 'Clash of the Titans' has been pushed back to Easter weekend, and 'Hot Tub Time Machine' (John Cusack, Craig Robinson) has taken its place on March 26th.