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The U.K. premiere of "Iron Man 3," originally scheduled for Wednesday, the same day as former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's funeral, has been postponed because of safety concerns.
The United Kingdom's famed city provided the backdrop not only for the latest Olympics but for some classic movies.
A runner named Kiprotich winning the Olympic marathon? Hardly a surprise.
With all the gold, silver and bronze handed out in London, business should be booming in the British capital. But all that glitters at the Olympic Games in East London is not shining on the rest of the city.
With the flame comes the games.
A stroll through just about any part of this sprawling city would have one believe that Britons are flushed with hysteria ahead of the Olympic Games that begin next week. But appearances can be deceiving.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has wanted to stage a grand prix in central London for years and McLaren's British drivers and former world champions Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button have helped design a track.
With one year to go until the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics, swimmers took the first plunge Wednesday in the new aquatics center hailed as a "masterpiece" by IOC President Jacques Rogge.
With most of the venues already completed, tickets nearly sold out and a massive security operation in the works, London is preparing to mark the one-year countdown to the biggest sports show on earth.