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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 25/1/2012 11:49:25 PM   
azzman1984


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Here's a quote from Walton Goggins talking about G.I. Joe 2

quote:


How did you end up getting involved with G.I. Joe 2?

 
GOGGINS: Well, Lorenzo [di Bonaventura] just approached me. He had been a fan since The Shield, and he said, ďIím doing this big budget movie and Iíve got this role I want you to come play.Ē If you can bounce back and forth between a studio movie or a big action movie, like Cowboys & Aliens or G.I. Joe, and you balance that out, if youíre so lucky, with a wonderful television show or working with Steven [Spielberg], what better career can you have? One of the reasons why I wanted to do Justified so badly, or wanted to continue once we got up and going, was that I didnít have to live in pain, every single day. On The Shield, for seven years, I was emotionally fucking wrecked. It was rare that we were just laughing. For the last five years, especially, it was really painful. Justified is lighter in tone, and itís nice to be around that and show up to work and wear that hat. Itís the same thing for movies. G.I. Joe was fun. Lincoln was serious. Iím going to go do Quentin Tarantinoís movie (Django Unchained), and thatís going to be seriously fun. Once youíre at the buffet table, you just sample everything. That makes for a well-balanced life.

Was part of the appeal of the G.I. Joe sequel the fact that itís more grounded in reality, this time around, and not so cartoony?

 
GOGGINS: Yeah, itís a very, very big part of it. Just because of my personality, for me, comedy comes from pessimism, more often than not, and from a real place. In some ways, I wish I could tell a joke. Iím not good at telling a joke, but I can say a line in a certain way that makes people uncomfortable because they donít know whether to laugh or not, and I love that comedy. Thatís my favorite comedy, when itís grounded in truth. And, I think G.I. Joe is going to be a really good film


And also Adrianne Palicki talking about G.I. Joe 2

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MTV: The fan response to the "G.I. Joe" trailer seemed overwhelmingly positive.
 
Palicki: It was a pleasant surprise, because this is a reboot. It's scary going into the shoes that have already been worn. We wanted to do something really unique and special. With such an amazing group of talented actors, you don't want it to fall flat. How many people reached out, it's unbelievable to hear the comments that they're so excited, that the trailer is better than the first movie was. Just really cool reactions that you're going, "OK, hopefully we don't let you down." I really don't think we will. I think it's going to be a really fun ride for everybody.
 
MTV: It had to be a fun movie to shoot, right?
 
Palicki: Oh my God, it was a blast. Jon Chu, he's this genius. The thing that's so special about him is that he might be the biggest G.I. Joe fan on the planet, so that really came in our favor. He's young and interesting and full of ambition. We really did things that were super exciting and super scary, and I really feel everything's going to come out really, really well.
 
MTV: What was the scariest thing you had to do on set?
 
Palicki: We did have to scale a wall, but after seeing "Mission: Impossible 4," I'm like, "Well, I guess it wasn't that scary." An 18-foot wall compared to a skyscraper. The fun thing is that we get to do a lot of our own stunts.
 
MTV: Were you a fan of "G.I. Joe" when you were growing up?
 
Palicki: Oh yeah, definitely. I have a big brother, so anything he liked, I liked. He was super big into comic books, so I was super big into comic books. He was super big into G.I. Joe, and I wanted to be Jinx so badly. I don't know just if it was that she was wearing a red costume or what, but I wanted to be a ninja.
 
MTV: Were you disappointed to be Lady Jaye then?
 
Palicki: Lady Jaye's a badass. I couldn't really be disappointed with Lady Jaye. She's the one chick in the boys club. She can hold her own. She doesn't get the staff, but she is a weapons specialist. She has that going for her.
 
MTV: What was it like working with two huge action stars, Dwayne Johnson and Bruce Willis?
 
Palicki: Dwayne is like a teddy bear. I know his fans probably don't want to hear that. He might be one of the nicest people on the planet, genuinely. Very caring and very giving. Bruce is a kick in the pants. We get along really well, but he definitely came in during the middle of shooting for a week, added some flavor and left. But he was really fun to work with. I really enjoyed him.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 2/2/2012 2:13:18 AM   
azzman1984


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Here's the G.I. Joe Retaliation Superbowl TV spot  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izxDLyoKaxo&feature=player_embedded

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 3/2/2012 7:24:06 PM   
azzman1984


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Here's a new pic from G.I. Joe 2

http://scifimafia.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/GI-JOE-Retaliation-Movie-Image-2112.jpg

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 3/2/2012 8:46:32 PM   
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love the superbowl spot!

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 7/2/2012 9:49:33 AM   
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Spot that's about all it was.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/2/2012 3:45:29 PM   
azzman1984


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Here's a new interview with Jon Chu talking about G.I. Joe Retaliation

quote:


I love that your favorite characters are Firefly and Grunt. I feel Grunt is a very "circa-1982" character.
[Laughs] I'm not sure that he's my favorite character, but I do love Grunt. To me it was in the cartoons and things like that, he would just appear randomly.
 
The comic book did a whole issue devoted to him leaving G.I. Joe.
Yes! That's right. But Firefly, come on; how can you deny Firefly?
 
He does get short changed. I think because the Firefly and the Storm Shadow action figures were originally released at the same time. People love Storm Shadow. But I did hear that Firefly being in this movie was your doing...
Yep. One of my favorite characters and I had to have him in this movie. We do a different take on Firefly -- no doubt -- so he's not exactly the "Firefly" Firefly that we know. But he's a force to be reckoned with. He's a bad-ass and he still kicks some serious ass.
 
You're a G.I. Joe fan. In a perfect world, would you rather have just rebooted this franchise from scratch considering the first movie is nothing like G.I. Joe?
Yeah, I mean, for any filmmaker you want to start with nothing.
 
But Stephen Sommers didn't know anything about G.I. Joe and you do know a lot. That has to be a difficult to step into.
It's hard, but I think everybody felt like we wanted to do a sort of re-attitude toward the movie. And that's part of the tradition of G.I. Joe, that it reinvents itself every several years. So it's sort of inline with what had been done, you know, whether it was in the cartoon or if they changed the theme song to another theme song. To me, all of those different transitions are what makes G.I. Joe so great.
 
What was the biggest hurdle that was established in the first film that you had to work around?
Oh, we had many times that we were like, "Wait, what year did that movie take place? God dang it." And we're still discussing some things. But, it's part of the challenge.
 
And Cobra Commander had to be an issue.
Yes, Cobra Commander was an issue. But I know we couldn't lose Cobra Commander.
 
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is not in this movie. Under the mask, is this the same character that Levitt played?
No. [Smiling] But we figured out a way that's pretty nice. And you get the Cobra Commander that you've always wanted. Or, to me, what I always wanted: a bad-ass villain. He's one of the most iconic villains ever. I'm even following him on Twitter -- he's so funny.
 
Was that one of your first commands as director? "Cobra Commander has to look like Cobra Commander."
Yeah, definitely, no doubt. That and no lips on Snake Eyes. And no laser guns. And as much real, physical stunts as we can. I don't want to shoot on a green screen. Of course we had to do some green screen, but, for the most part, we got to shoot a lot of practical stunts.
 
Will this more resemble the Larry Hama comic book or the animated series?
You know, I always see the Joe kingdom as three different eras. The original twelve-inch Joe --
 
Which Bruce Willis represents...
Yes. And then the Larry Hama comic book. And then the cartoon. The last movie I see as more like the cartoon version. I think we're more like the comic book.
 
Did you read the comic at all?
Yes. I wouldn't say that I'm an aficionado on all of it. But, yes, for sure.
 
It's an interesting story: how Cobra runs an entire town called Springfield.
And I love all of the Cobra "cover companies," things like that. We do a couple of things like that in the movie to help show that Cobra's organization is growing.
 
And we may see Destro?
[Smiling] You may see a little glimpse of Destro. We'll have to see. Speaking of the comic book, I love "Silent Interlude." It's one of my favorite. Obviously that changed everything for Joe. We do a little homage in our movie to "Silent Interlude." I'm very excited for the fans to see what we do with that.
 
The comic used bullets, the cartoon used lasers. I do feel that just hearing that the lasers are gone, it's already more like the comic.
Yeah, and just being able to see people as real human beings. Flawed human beings that get hurt and do get scratched up. And every time they make a kill they scratch little thing on there -- and you see that throughout the movie.
 
It seemed to work out that there were enough popular characters left to start over with that weren't used in the first movie: Flint, Roadblock, Lady Jaye...
I thought it worked better than I thought it would. I thought I'd come across like, "Well, we need Scarlett back for this thing." Or, "We need Baroness." It's really hard to make a Joe movie without Scarlett and Baroness, but we figured out a way to get through this and we we figured out other ways.
 
For people like me. For people who were huge fans of G.I. Joe growing up, that went to see the first movie and thought, "That wasn't G.I. Joe. Never again." What do you say to them?
I'll say, just give us another shot. That's what we tried to do with out trailer and all of the material that we're going to release is, "This is not the last movie. It's a different attitude." And just bringing Bruce Willis and Dwayne together, in itself, hopefully, indicates a change of tone and in the movie. When you have Bruce and his sense of humor, but with his real kick-ass presence. And with The Rock, he's the ultimate action hero. Bringing those two together I would hope shows that we're serious about it. Not a thing where we're just trying to get a franchise going up again.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/2/2012 3:50:46 PM   
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Here's also pics of The Rock, Adrainne Palicki and D.J. Cotrona playing with the toy likenesses of themselves!!

http://collider.com/dwayne-johnson-adrianne-palicki-gi-joe-2-retaliation-toys/145326/#more-145326


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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/2/2012 6:28:31 PM   
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New video interviews for G.I. Joe 2 http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=87061 

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/2/2012 7:05:06 PM   
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Another G.I. Joe 2 interview

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Is the Rock invincible?
Gregg Katzman: In the trailer we see you fall into the well and all of the bullets splash past you. You're unstoppable. You're like the modern day Steven Seagal, you can't be beat. So is it even possible to kill Dwayne Johnson?
Dwayne Johnson: It is unequivocally, without a shadow of a doubt, under God's hot sun, impossible to kill... Roadblock. Put it to ya like that!

 
Boba Fett? Where?!
Johnson: It's the coolest honor to become a G.I Joe. Being a big fan ever since I was a kid and living vicariously through all my action figures when I was a kid. I lived vicariously through G.I. Joe, Han Solo... and Boba Fett. Those were my three.
Katzman: I'm also a fan of the Fett. Did you ever have them face off?
Johnson: Oh, they all intermingled! To be honest with you, Boba Fett won because he was a hunter and I love hunters.

 
Snake Eyes & Storm Shadow:
Jon M. Chu: Thatís the one thing I felt like we could really milk in this movie: Snake Eyes versus Storm Shadow. Everyone wanted to see more, everyone wanted to see a better, crazier fight so we give that to them in spades. I canít wait for people to see Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow. To me they are elemental... ying versus yang, and when they go at it itís pretty epic.
Gregg Katzman: Storm Shadow was seemingly killed off.. stabbed, fell off the ledge. Is there any explanation as to how he comes back or is it kind of like ďJust accept heís back and enjoy that heís awesome.Ē
Chu: (laughs) We have a little explanation, but itís hard because at the same time weíre like ďwe have to go into this whole thingĒ and I donít want to know how he survives and all that, but you definitely get a reason why. And then we get him back and weíre moving on.
Lorenzo di Bonaventura: Thereís a lot more of that story line in this movie. So youíre going to see different elements of both of them doing a lot more in this movie. I would say that storyline is just about as big as the whole Joes storyline. Itís a little bit like Empire Strikes Back the way Luke is off with Yoda and the other guys are trying to fight the fight.
 
Can Rock lay the smackdown on Snake Eyes?
Katzman: Snake Eyes is obviously the other really big fan favorite. So, Roadblock versus Snake Eyes, who's winning that?
Johnson: This is a big loaded question!
Katzman: You have the heavy machine gun, you've got everything, Snake Eyes has his gear. Go!
Johnson: %^#& that, no! Tell you what, yes... Roadblock has a heavy machine gun, he has his weapons. Snake Eyes has his weapons as well. When Roadblock and Snake Eyes go one-on-one we put the weapons aside. We only use hands and skill, that's it. Now who wins from that?
Roadblock, and I'm gonna tell you why. Because Roadblock and Snake Eyes in our new story, the backstory is we train together, so with everything he throws at me, I counter. Then I try to kick him in the nuts but he has the hard plastic outfit so that doesn't quite work. Good armor. At the end, he pulls out a ninja star cause he's cheating and he throws it and sticks me right in the middle of the head.
Gregg Katzman: So he wins... but only through cheating?
Johnson: Correct!
 
On the new villain, Firefly
Johnson: You have a character like Roadblock who is a bad dude and he's a big bad dude who carries a .50 cal and he's proficient with weapons. Who is a viable adversary for him? It's gonna be Firefly and our version of Firefly is a big bad evil mother %^#&er. That's my go-to word! So then the challenge is we have Firefly and then the next level of adversary for Roadblock would be the one and only... Cobra.
Chu: We wanted someone who could actually be the same size as Roadblock and thereís not a lot of people out there (laughs). Heís a great actor and a great villain. Ray Stevenson is actually taller than Dwayne and they could get on a pretty great fight in there. And, heís such a great actor that he just brings this demented, crazy feel to Firefly.
Itís a different Firefly than what has been presented before, but itís a cool Firefly and to me, thatís whatís interesting about G.I. Joe is that theyíve reinvented themselves so many times. Thatís part of the tradition and so Iím excited.
Adrianne Palicki: Firefly in this movie is officially awesome. Ray Stevenson adds his own flare to the character and it is amazing. I think he's going to be a favorite.
D.J. Cotrona: Firefly finally takes his mask off and what you see when that happens is amazing. Ray killed it. He did such a great job.

 
Diving into the Source Material
Chu: We do a lot of references to certain issues and certain episodes that are sort of hidden. Maybe people wonít recognize who donít know a lot about Joe, but we know! And then thereís things like ďSilent Interlude,Ē you know, it was one of the most famous issues of any comic book really, and we do a little homage to that which Iím really, really excited for people to see it.
Bonaventura: We tip our hat to a few things in the comic book very significantly and same with the cartoon series. Jon (Chu) grew up with both so it's sort of in his DNA and that made the process much easier because he knew on a really gut instinctual level what was going to work.
 
On the first film, G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra
Chu: A lot of people liked it for whatever reason... it was fun and it was crazy. I liked it because it was fun, but it wasnít necessarily Joe tradition. This one we go back to tradition. We bring back some of the old winks and nods and reinvent it for a new generation. It is on the ground, you get to feel the military world, the ninja world as a real world with some fantastical elements. Itís a re-attitude. Itís going to be a really, really fun movie. Just by having The Rock and by having Bruce Willis in it I hope indicates to everyone that weíre very serious about continuing the G.I. Joe tradition and reinventing the brand for everybody. Weíre serious about making it kick-ass and not just soft.

 
Turtle Soup
Katzman: But what do you think would happen if the two groups faced off?
Cotrona: Joes, please!
Palicki: Theyíve got guns and ninjas. Real ninjas!
Cotrona: Weíve got both. Thereís no contest. I love Ninja Turtles but it would be a sad day in the sewers of New York.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 16/2/2012 9:15:01 PM   
azzman1984


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Here's an interview with The Rock talking about Cobra Commander

http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2012/02/16/gi-joe-retaliation-dwayne-johnson-cobra-commander/

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 16/2/2012 9:52:43 PM   
azzman1984


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Here's another interview with The Rock

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OK, you're a couple of years older than me, and I remember in 2nd grade really getting into G.I. Joe when the action figure line was released. So, were you into G.I. Joe in 4th grade? Or was that not cool in 4th grade?
Yeah, that was cool. I thought it was cool. Look, I was playing with G.I. Joe when I was 21 and I still made that bitch cool [laughs]. No, it was cool. When I was a kid, I loved G.I. Joe.
 
Other than "Star Wars," it was my thing.
I was just going to say, me too! "Star Wars" and G.I. Joe. Completely different worlds, but still a fun world to live vicariously through. I mean, my top figures were Boba Fett, the G.I. Joes, and Han Solo.
 
Did Boba Fett ever visit the Joe camp to cause havoc?
They all intermingled. The all turned on each other.
 
That's going to be my headline, "Boba Fett may be in the new G.I. Joe movie."
[Laughs] Boba Fett visits G.I. Joe! My G.I. Joes dated Princess Leia. And Chewbacca and Cobra hung out.
 
So, you're playing Roadblock, or -- as he's also known -- Marvin Hinton, which is his real name...
No, we like "Roadblock."
 
Noted. Well, for being that popular of a character, I'm surprised he was still available and was not used in the first film.
It almost aligned perfectly that way. And there were a few actors in the first one who could have played Roadblock. A popular character -- the glue of the G.I. Joes. But I'm sure, creatively, Lorenzo and the studio had their reasons for leaving it alone. I mean, they have a knack for thinking well ahead for multiple movies. And I'm glad he wasn't touched. They sent me over a list of possible G.I. Joe characters...
 
Who else was on the list?
No one interesting, by the way. I mean, Roadblock was the first one and, after that, it became secondary characters.
 
Like, "How about Blowtorch? You'll have to wear a fire mask the whole time, but it will be great."
It was.. I can't even remember, but it was, "Roadblock, wow. Hell yes." And, at that time, I was just coming off of "Fast Five" and I had a very specific look. And I looked at Roadblock and said, "That's me. I'm going to bring him to life."
 
When this first came up, was there any part of you that was like, "The first movie did well, but not everyone really liked it. I want to know where you're going with this before I sign on for it"?
One hundred percent. Sure. That was big deal for us. That was one of the key elements that we wanted to tackle at first. But it wasn't like I had to pull teeth. The studio was well aware of the first movie's success. But it was also well aware of the room that they had to improve it.
 
Because there's people like me complaining about the first one.
And the studio felt that. And they were sensitive to that because it's such a big franchise. And it's an important franchise. And it's a beloved franchise. So when the studio came to me with the idea about starring in the movie, they quickly followed that up with, "Here are our ideas of rebooting it: More real, more rooted, more boots-to-the-ground, and a bit darker." So, after sitting down with the studios and the producers -- and Jon Chu, that's very important -- a lot of the variables made it easy for me to say yes.
 
Did you see the first movie?
You know, I didn't see the first movie, either. I refused to see it.
 
That's probably for the best. Look, there are some fun moments, but it's not G.I. Joe or the right tone.
And I just didn't want that in my head. You know? I didn't want the tone in my head, I didn't want the look, I didn't want anything. So we are rebooting from scratch.
 
Roadblock in the Larry Hama comic book is a lot different than Roadblock in the cartoon who rhymed everything. Did you ever say, "I'm not doing this if I'm rhyming the entire movie."
[Laughs] Well, there was no conversation that he should be rhyming the entire movie. But what was important was to pay homage to the character -- in terms of his look, in terms of his culinary skills...
 
Yes, he is a chef...
And in terms for his love and passion for poetry -- but not necessarily rhyming. It's my interpretation that he loved poetry. Look, we opened up the Super Bowl spot with him quoting Jay-Z -- and that's Roadblock's interpretation of wonderful poetry. So there are a lot of components that we paid homage to. He was not rhyming for the entire movie. Nor does he give body massages...
 
What?
Remember that?
 
I don't think so.
It was a cartoon or something like that?
 
Oh, no.
[Laughs] He showed up and gave body massages. I think what happened -- I think a couple of fanboys made a joke cartoon. But they put it together and it looked great.
 
Oh, yeah, and they dubbed new dialogue.
Yeah, with a new voice. It's funny.
 
I think people are excited that you are in this movie. But people are also excited that it looks like G.I. Joe; Cobra Commander looks like Cobra Commander.
Sure. And that was important. You have a group of people that come together who want to pay homage across the board to the characters and the story -- and especially looks, by the way. You'll notice that with Snake Eyes.
 
Yes, the lips are gone.
And you'll notice that with Cobra Commander. And you'll notice that with G.I. Joe's gear: military fatigues. We brought in Navy SEALs that served and protected our country. We went through our camps with those guys, so it has that feeling. And I think that's going to be an awesome balance of boots-to-the-ground and boots-to-ass, hyper-military presence. With the fundamental tool of bad-ass magic of the ninjas.
 
I like that you have a G.I. Joe action figure, but it's as Roadblock. Not "The Rock." Like when Sgt. Slaughter became a G.I. Joe and they sold his action figure. So when he wasn't wrestling he fought with elite soldiers? It never made sense...
[Laughing] Right.
 
With you it would have been, "When I'm not making 'Fast Five,' I fight terrorists." I'm glad we avoided that. Are you happy with your action figure?
I love how the action figure turned out. One of the exciting things about this movie was creating this character. So we have Roadblock in his fatigues carrying the "Ma Deuce." Now, what we can do is that we can elevate that? How do we elevate that but still keep it at its core. He has a multitude of weapons that he uses. From blades to handguns...
 
Last thing, I noticed the Roadblock action figure has the Arashikage tattoo that Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow have. So Roadblock is a member now?
One of the cool things is our backstory -- and we cover this in the film -- that Roadblock trains with Snake Eyes and the Arashikage. So, he has that ability, which has yet to be seen -- but we will see it.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 26/2/2012 4:43:08 PM   
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Here's the third trailer to G.I. Joe: Realiation  http://collider.com/g-i-joe-retaliation-trailer/148071/

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 26/2/2012 8:07:32 PM   
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It's wrong.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 26/2/2012 8:27:11 PM   
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I reckon this will be a better action film than Expendables 2.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 26/2/2012 9:04:13 PM   
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That interview with The Rock is hilarious. He clearly doesn't give a crap about the deep mythology of GI Joe, and is just saying the right things.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 26/2/2012 9:05:03 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Rgirvan44

That interview with The Rock is hilarious. He clearly doesn't give a crap about the deep mythology of GI Joe, and is just saying the right things.


Absolutely.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 2/3/2012 6:57:12 PM   
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I think G.I. Joe 2 will be a fun action film in the way Fast Five was last year and i believe it will do really well at the box office.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 16/3/2012 5:06:35 PM   
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Here's 3 new photos from G.I. Joe 2 http://www.superherohype.com/news/articles/169879-three-more-photos-from-gi-joe-retaliation

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 22/3/2012 8:33:04 PM   
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Here's a new pic of Bruce Willis as General Joe Colton http://collider.com/bruce-willis-g-i-joe-2-retaliation-image/154344/#more-154344

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 16/4/2012 11:28:03 PM   
azzman1984


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New interview with Dwayne Johnson http://insidemovies.ew.com/2012/04/16/gi-joe-2-the-rock-dwayne-johnson/

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 19/4/2012 10:28:34 PM   
azzman1984


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Heres the new G.I. Joe: Retaliation character posters http://www.heyuguys.co.uk/2012/04/19/g-i-joe-retaliation-character-posters-revealed/

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 24/4/2012 11:39:17 AM   
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Brand new G.I. Joe: Retaliation trailer now online and it looks awesome  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNUBV9trDoA&list=FLcMTZY1rFXO3Rj44D5VMyiw&index=1&feature=plpp_video

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 24/4/2012 1:51:45 PM   
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Very good trailer, peaked my interest which I didn't think was possible after the first one. And I only watched that one for Lee Byung-Hun

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/5/2012 2:54:17 PM   
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Check out this really cool pic of Cobra Commander http://www.thehdroom.com/news/New-G.I.-Joe-Retaliation-Image-Puts-Cobra-Commander-on-Watch/10706

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/5/2012 3:52:57 PM   
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Heres a question for you azzman1984, do you like Dwayne Johnson?

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/5/2012 4:08:51 PM   
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ORIGINAL: azzman1984

Check out this really cool pic of Cobra Commander http://www.thehdroom.com/news/New-G.I.-Joe-Retaliation-Image-Puts-Cobra-Commander-on-Watch/10706


Better than the last one, bust still a bit....... I would go for the hood outfit.


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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/5/2012 5:34:05 PM   
azzman1984


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ORIGINAL: Cool Breeze

Heres a question for you azzman1984, do you like Dwayne Johnson?


hmm yeah i do, been a fan of him since his WWE days plus i think he's a good actor thats improving in every movie he appears in but in my opinion he deserves so much more. why?

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/5/2012 9:05:04 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: azzman1984

quote:

ORIGINAL: Cool Breeze

Heres a question for you azzman1984, do you like Dwayne Johnson?


hmm yeah i do, been a fan of him since his WWE days plus i think he's a good actor thats improving in every movie he appears in but in my opinion he deserves so much more. why?


Oh just asking.You seem to be his biggest advocate on this site.

And thats all good sir.I quite like The Rock myself and really enjoyed Fast Five.Looking forward to GI JOE 2 as well.But while i applaud his efforts to branch out into other roles i think hes best suited to one man army roles.Hes this generations Arnie.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 14/5/2012 10:28:11 PM   
azzman1984


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Cool Breeze


quote:

ORIGINAL: azzman1984

quote:

ORIGINAL: Cool Breeze

Heres a question for you azzman1984, do you like Dwayne Johnson?


hmm yeah i do, been a fan of him since his WWE days plus i think he's a good actor thats improving in every movie he appears in but in my opinion he deserves so much more. why?


Oh just asking.You seem to be his biggest advocate on this site.

And thats all good sir.I quite like The Rock myself and really enjoyed Fast Five.Looking forward to GI JOE 2 as well.But while i applaud his efforts to branch out into other roles i think hes best suited to one man army roles.Hes this generations Arnie.


Hahaha yeah true!! I am really looking forward to see him in GI Joe 2 plus i think he needs more love on this site, i mean he has worked his ass off to get where he is in his movie career and i hope he eventully gets to work with the big directors like Spielberg, Nolan, Fincher etc.

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RE: G.I. Joe 2 - 30/5/2012 11:12:14 AM   
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I am gutted that the GI Joe 2 has been moved to 2013 but anyways seem that The Rock confirmed they will be shooting new scenes for the movie and if u go the offical website http://www.gijoemovie.com Channing Tatum gets top billing over Bruce and Dwayne becuase a few weeks ago, his name was not even mentioned on the site at all.

So it pretty much confirms that Channing Tatum's role as Duke has gotten a lot bigger and i bet the reshoots will focus on that

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