The article overall was about how the most talked about book/movie Fifty Shades of Grey is coming out on Valentines day 2015 instead of the summer of 2015. Acorrdind to CNN, more pressing is the crowded summer schedule Fifty Shades was originally competing in. Originally set to hit screens August 1, 2014, the film, based on the sexy best-seller by E L James, was set to go up opposite Marvel’s potential new franchise Guardians of the Galaxy starring Chris Pratt and Benicio del Toro. Internationally things are even busier, with many studios pushing their big tentpoles out of next June and July — to avoid competition from the World Cup in Brazil — and into August.
“Together with the international marketing and distribution team, we’ve been looking really closely at the August date and becoming more and more convinced that the right thing to do for the movie was to push it,” Langley says. “So even if Charlie had stayed, we still would have been making the date change.”
My overall critique is that all three of these articles gave the same information but CNN had more information than the other two. The Huffington post give just all the main points of what CNN had and just kept it short and to the point. Entertainment Weekly gave an extra link to get more information but they had a good amount of information.