Terrence Stamp (Get Smart), Tom Cruise (Valkyrie)

Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment, Frank Connor/United Artists, Inc.

For those who can't wait to see Tom Cruise go all Nazi in the forthcoming, thrice-pushed back Hitler-killer thriller Valkyrie, don't knock on Terence Stamp's door.

"I don't know anything," confessed Cruise's costar, about why the Bryan Singer-directed WWII flick has been so steeped in delay-laden turmoil.

While promoting his much-lighter Get Smart with Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway in Los Angeles today, Stamp likened the Valkyrie process to a huge party with hippie kids, ecstasy and trance music. But in a good way.

"It's like a rave," Stamp said of the shifting feature. "You don't get the address until the last minute." That address is currently February 13, 2009, so, like see you there? We'll pay double to see Cruise wave around some glow sticks, wearing a Cat-in-the-Hat hat and toting one of Suri's pacifiers.

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