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'G.I. Joe: Retaliation's release date has been pushed back to 2013 in order to add 3D technology.
The action sequel - starring Channing Tatum, Bruce Willis and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson - was originally scheduled to appear in cinemas on June 28, 2012 but Paramount Studios executives have decided to postpone the release so they can add the computer imagery.
A source told Deadline: "We're going to do a conscientious 3D job because we've seen how it can better box office internationally. Jim Cameron did all of 'Titanic's 3D in post - and look how well that movie turned out."
Director Jon Chu previously revealed he chose not to shoot in 3D because the studio didn't give him enough time to do it properly.
He told The Hollywood Reporter: "There was a point where we were talking about it when I first came. It seemed like a natural thing, but I told them, 'I know 3D. This is what we need. If we're going to do 3D, we're going to do it right.' It had a certain price tag to it, and I was like, if you guys are down I'm down, but I do need more time to do it right.
"And they were about to do it but they cut it just a little bit short, and [I said,] 'if you guys are going to cut it short there is no point. Let's make a movie - let's go for it and we'll go all out.' And we shot on film, super-35, and I thought this may be one of the last times I get to shoot on film, and it was actually kind of freeing. I mean, I love 3D and I think there is a lot you can do with it, but there is something to be said about just not waiting for anything. You're just going. We shot so much film. I mean I think we shot 1.2 million feet of film."
Kristen Stewart got a little bit leggy at the premiere of On the Road in Cannes on May 23, 2012.
The 22-year-old actress filmed spent several months in London - where her boyfriend Robert Pattinson is from - shooting her latest movie 'Snow White and the Huntsman' and while she was in the UK she developed a taste for many local dishes, but especially the hot meat-filled pastries.
She revealed: "We filmed five months in London. I'm so used to living in Los Angeles that I loved being in a big city. London is wonderful, especially if you like steak and kidney pie."
Kristen is currently travelling the world promoting the movie - which also stars Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth and is based on the classic Brothers Grimm fairytale - and although she enjoys the trips she hates having to wear gowns on the red carpet.
In an interview with the New York Post newspaper, she said: "We're doing Cannes, and then there's the screening in New York on May 29 and the opening June 1. That means gowns. I hate gowns so much. Just wear them once and give them back. After the opening, I go home."
The other thing that Kristen hates about being away from her home in Los Angeles is that she has to leave her two pet dogs behind, and she is always desperate to see them by the time she returns to the US.
She said: "Now I only want to be with my boys. I'm dying when I'm away from them. My two mutts. A yellow Lab and a shepherd. I can't stand it. They're what I miss."
New Bond girl Berenice Marlohe didn't think Daniel Craig was sexy before she met him.
The 33-year-old French actress - who plays glamorous character Sévérine in new 007 adventure 'Skyfall' - had the preconception that the hunky actor was "boring" until she finally got to meet him on set.
Speaking at the Cannes Film Festival at the unveiling of the first 'Skyfall' trailer, she said: "What you read in the magazines is very boring, because that can come across as one-dimensional. Personality and what you have to say for yourself in reality is what's important. So when I finally got to meet him (Craig), he had such a beautiful nature, very grounded, a very nice personality and a fantastic sense of humor.
"He's truly a great person. All of those things are what makes someone sexy or attractive."
Berenice was thrilled to land a role in the movie - which is the 23rd big screen outing for the suave spy - and she has especially enjoyed dressing like a "femme fatale" in the film.
She told website Collider.com: "I worked together with the costume department, and what's great about James Bond movies is you can still find this femme fatale concept that you don't see any more in movies. Yes, you see women in bikinis but it's tasteful and the clothes are very glamorous, sexy and dark."
'Skyfall' is directed by Sam Mendes and also stars Javier Bardem, Dame Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris.
It opens in cinemas in October.