Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV


March 28, 2013

'G.I. Joe' sequel back on mission after 3-D delay


Also opening are "Tyler Perry's Temptation," the romance-adventure "The Host" and the crime drama "The Place Beyond the Pines."

Waiting for a spring debut may pay off for G.I. Joe if the 3-D improves the film, said Dave Karger, chief correspondent for Fandango.

"The movie will have a harder time making summer money in late March," he said, "but it stands a better chance to be well-received now if it's a more of a crowd-pleasing film because of the 3-D."


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