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French G.I. Joe Trailer Online
Zut alors! Beaucoup de explosions!

01 May 2009  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: You Tube

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Sacre bleu! The trailer for G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra has hit the internet and it is France-centric and explosion-heavy, as you can see below.

Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the hit toy line sees Channing Tatum play Duke, one of a band of super-soldiers picked out to join G.I. Joe and fight against the evil COBRA organisation, led by Christopher Eccleston's Destro and Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Cobra Commander.

As you can see from this clip, the bad guys target Paris with some sort of metal-eating weapon, and the good guys fight back with super-duper "accelerator suits" to enhance their natural abilities. Dennis Quaid, Sienna Miller, Marlon Wayans, Said Taghmaoui, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Rachel Nichols, Jonathan Pryce and Ray Park also star.

 

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is out on August 7 here.


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District 9 Teaser Trailer Online
This year's Cloverfield?
Final Transformers 2 Trailer Is Online
Featuring: Giant robots. Mayhem.

Your Comments

Give it a chance
Yeah it'll probably be rubbish, but i won't write it off just yet. It's still got a good enough cast and lots of action. The script review on Latino Review really rated Stuart Beattie's draft. It looks like the tone of movie is suitably daft, which is refreshing in these times when every film is trying to go dark. I was a Joe' fan as a kid so here's hoping it is a rollercoaster ride of action and humour that it should be More

Posted by aka_sammym at 15:45 on 04 May 2009 | Report This Post

Was a big fan growing up & this trailer had me cheaply sold up until the super suites. as if things weren't already silly enough!! More

Posted by Big Red at 13:14 on 04 May 2009 | Report This Post

Looks cool!
As a fan of the toys when i was a kid(known as Action Force then in the U.K) im looking forward to seeing this. More

Posted by darth silas at 11:29 on 04 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Utter
L: broonie To me, I keep thinking it's like a live version of Team America...only without the singing. Has Sommers ballsed it up again? s soon as the eiffel tower toppled, I found myself singing 'America, f**k yeah!' This looks like a cross between a bad video game and a matrix sequel, so have no hopes for this More

Posted by fletch666 at 13:10 on 03 May 2009 | Report This Post

Ok, I'm was expecting this to be total crap, and it's still gonna be pretty poor. It won't be anywhere near as good as I think Transformers will be but it's bound to be better than Wolverine which was a giant crock of shit. However, that trailer's pretty cool and shows it's not afraid of being totally ridiculous...afterall, it is based on a toy. And I'm loving the Hollywood phase of blowing up famous landmarks More

Posted by evildave69 at 16:33 on 02 May 2009 | Report This Post

Ha! Plop!
That description really made me laugh, pishtie. More

Posted by captainamazing at 10:39 on 02 May 2009 | Report This Post

Looks better than Van Helsing...just
I'll stick to giant robots this summer. More

Posted by Lemure at 18:09 on 01 May 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Utter
To me, I keep thinking it's like a live version of Team America...only without the singing. Has Sommers ballsed it up again? More

Posted by broonie at 13:11 on 01 May 2009 | Report This Post

Utter
utter plop. Friday night rental! More

Posted by pishtie at 12:47 on 01 May 2009 | Report This Post

Video game
It's like watching a video game. It has no soul. More

Posted by driesthomas at 12:08 on 01 May 2009 | Report This Post

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