According to an LA Times Article the Weinstein is pushing the rest of their ’08 film releases to 2009. The only exclusions are Zach and Miri Make a Porno, Extreme Movie, and The Reader (maybe). Cinematical explains:

That includes some oft-delayed titles like Killshot and Fanboys, as well as higher-profile stuff like Crossing Over (with Harrison Ford and Sean Penn) and Shanghai (with John Cusack). Ah yes, and the highly-anticipated adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Cormac McCarthy novel The Road.

Despite the fact that The Weinstein Co. is losing employees by the fistful, Harvey W. insists that the reasons for the delays are legit: Killshot he wants to hold for Mickey Rourke’s The Wrestler; Fanboys is waiting for a Comcast promotion in January; Crossing Over deserves to enter a non-crowded marketplace; and Shanghai isn’t even finished yet. Regarding The Road … hmph, it never came up.

Fanboys has gotten delayed over and over again. Does anyone still want to see this movie?

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