DreamWorks has just revealed its upcoming release state for 2011. It features some highly anticipated films like Steven Spielberg’s period piece, War Horse, the Craig Gillespie remake of Fright Night, the Tate Taylor drama The Help, and many more. Some of the dates have been shuffled, while others have finally been confirmed. Take a look at what the studio has in store for us next year…

War Horse was originally set to hit theaters on August 10th but it’s been pushed back to December 28th, which is literally a few days after the release of Spielberg’s other film The Adventures of Tin Tin: Secret of the Unicorn (December 23rd). Other major dates include Fright Night 3D which will debut on August 19th, a week after The Help and the comedy 30 Minutes or Less (August 12th).

The Shawn Levy directed flick Real Steel has been bumped up from November 18th to October 7th, which is the same day that the David Wain comedy Wanderlust debuts.

It’s interesting that DreamWorks has so many releases opening within such a short time span of each other. We wonder why they decided to move Real Steel? Oh wait, maybe they didn’t want to go head to head with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I, which is slated to open on November 18th as well. They obviously want the film to make money and those blood suckers (literally) will drain any chance they have at box office success that weekend. Good move.

What DreamWorks film are you looking forward to the most in 2011?

Source: Coming Soon