Posted Mon Mar 26, 2007 at 11:04 PM PDT by
In the latest reshuffling of its Blu-ray release schedule, Fox Home Entertainment has bumped 'Me, Myself & Irene' from its April 3 release date.
The $100 million-grossing Jim Carrey smash was originally announced for Blu-ray release at this year's CES, along with a host of other Fox winter titles.
The studio has offered no reason for the delay, nor any new street date.
'Me, Myself & Irene' represents the latest of Fox's winter line-up of Blu-ray catalog titles to be yanked from the schedule. The studio had [post 427]previously announced a major shake-up of its Blu-ray schedule, which saw the postponement of a number of high-anticipated hits, including 'The Fly,' 'Turistas' and 'Dude, Where's My Car?'
The studio then delayed two other major catalog releases, 'From Hell' and 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith,' earlier this month.
Now, aside from the already-released 'Eragon' and the upcoming April 24 debut of 'Night at the Museum,' Fox's entire winter Blu-ray line-up has been wiped clean.
We can only hope the studio will reschedule all of these delayed Blu-ray catalog titles soon. We'll certainly keep you posted as soon as a new date is officially announced.
We've updated our Blu-ray Release Schedule to reflect this change for 'Me, Myself & Irene.'
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