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the adjustment bureau universalYou'll now have to wait until next year to see Matt Damon sporting a top hat and running from his fate in 'The Adjustment Bureau.' Universal Pictures has pushed back the release of the sci-fi thriller from Sept. 17 to Mar. 4, the studio announced today.

The change marks the second scheduling shift for the film, based on a short story by Philip K. Dick and co-starring Emily Blunt. Universal originally planned to premiere it this summer and later moved it to fall.

Instead, the M. Night Shyamalan-produced supernatural thriller 'Devil' will bow on Sept. 17 to compete with Lionsgate's 3D animated adventure 'Alpha and Omega' and the Ben Affleck-directed drama 'The Town' from Warner Bros. the adjustment bureau universalYou'll have to wait until next year to see Matt Damon sporting a top hat and running from his fate in 'The Adjustment Bureau.' Universal Pictures has pushed back the release of the sci-fi thriller from Sept. 17 to Mar. 4, the studio announced today.

The change marks the second scheduling shift for the film, based on a short story by Philip K. Dick and co-starring Emily Blunt. Universal originally planned to premiere it this summer and later moved it to fall.

Instead, the M. Night Shyamalan-produced supernatural thriller 'Devil' will bow on Sept. 17 to compete with Lionsgate's 3D animated adventure 'Alpha and Omega' and the Ben Affleck-directed drama 'The Town' from Warner Bros.

'The Adjustment Bureau' will now go up against Gore Verbinksi and Johnny Depp's talking lizard flick 'Rango' next March.

Universal also announced more premiere dates for upcoming projects, including a Nov. 12 release for the Strause Brothers sci-fi thriller 'Skyline,' starring Eric Balfour.

The studio will also finally debut the long-delayed comedy 'Kids in America' with Topher Grace and Anna Faris on December 3.

On Universal's schedule for 2011 is the Bradley Cooper thriller 'Dark Fields' (January 21), the James Cameron-backed thriller 'Sanctum 3D' (Feb. 4), and 'Paul,' Greg Motolla's sci-fi comedy that reunited 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz' partners Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Mar. 18).