That means the long holiday won't be bereft of any new nationwide offerings at the box office

The Weinstein Co.'s long-gestating Tulip Fever is now set to bloom over Labor Day.
Starring Alicia Vikander, the period drama will open in theaters nationwide Sept. 1, instead of rolling out in select cinemas on Aug. 25, TWC said Wednesday.
If Tulip Fever doesn't stick to the revised plan, it will be the first time in 25 years that there isn't one new nationwide offering at the Labor Day box office.
Tulip Fever was first supposed to open on July 2016, but was pushed back to Feb. 24, 2017. Next, it shifted to Aug. 25.
The film, starring Vikander opposite Dane DeHaan and Christoph Waltz, is based on Deborah Moggach's novel about an artist (DeHaan) who falls in love with a married woman (Vikander) after he's commissioned by her husband (Waltz) to paint her portrait.
Justin Chadwick directed from an adapted script by Tom Stoppard.