"V for Vendetta" Moves to March

Sci-Fi Wire brings some rather disappointing news: The eagerly anticipated "V for Vendetta" has been moved from November 4th to March 17th, reportedly to give WB more post-production time on the expensive project.

"Warner said: "We have moved the release date of "V For Vendetta" to March 17, 2006, to accommodate the movie's post-production schedule."

The spokesperson, who spoke only on condition of anonymity, denied that the delay had anything to do with the movie's subject matter or the current political climate. "V for Vendetta" has come under scrutiny for the coincidence of its subject matter and the recent terrorist bombings in London. "

Co-starring Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving, "Vendetta" is written and produced by The Wachowski Brothers, and directed by James McTeigue.

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