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The robot remake moves from February 7 to February 12 to make a room for George Clooney's drama.
The 'Gravity' actor brands the rumored tone problem 'ridiculous and false,' stressing that he just needs more time to complete the visual effects.
Clooney, who directs and stars in the WWII drama along with Matt Damon, says the film will not arrive in theaters as planned on December 18 because they need more time to complete the visual effects.
The latest sneak peek for the drama film highlights how Clooney's character proposes his idea to protect finest art treasures from Nazis and recruits experts in arts to join his impossible mission.
Damon and Clooney are parts of a special force called 'The Monuments Men' who risk their lives to protect finest art treasures from Nazis.
Damon channels his inner soldier, while Clooney looks older with vintage glasses, graying hair and mustache.
Damon is in talks to join the starry cast ensemble of Clooney's period drama project, which will kick off filming in Europe early 2013.
Craig is set to star opposite the likes of Jean Dujardin, John Goodman, Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett, Hugh Bonneville and Bob Balaban in Clooney's upcoming high-profile period drama.
The 'Descendants' actor will also co-write the script for the drama about a group of experts who are tasked by the U.S. government to find the artwork stolen by Nazi during the World War II era.