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Submitted by darklordzor 863d ago | trailer

New Trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation Starring Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis, and Channing Tatum

From Collider:

A new trailer for director Jon Chu’s sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation has been released. As you’ll see, not much has changed other than the addition of more of Channing Tatum, which was one of the reasons for the film’s reshoots. The other reason was for a 3D post-conversion, but we won’t know how that worked out until the trailer plays in theaters. Ultimately, I can’t help but wonder if audiences will be scratching their heads as they ask, “Wasn’t this supposed to come out in last summer?” Paramount is tasked with selling the movie all over again, and I do not envy them. (Cinema, G.I. Joe 2: Retaliation)

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Soldierone  +   863d ago
I didn't even realize that was Channing Tatum.... why is his acting so poor in Gi Joe, but in everything else I've seen him in I think he is awesome.

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