Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura gives an update on the 3D conversion for Paramount Pictures' G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and discusses the sequences that work well with the 3D format. He also comments on the last-minute delay which was prompted by the decision to convert to 3D.
This past weeks has been a buzz with the landmark announcement that Disney bought LucasFilm. Now, a report has come out that Disney isn't done, and is looking to acquire toy giant Hasbro.
A new international trailer for Paramount Pictures' upcoming sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation has found its way online, and it features lots of new action-packed footage from the Dwayne Johnson-starrer. Hit the jump to watch it.
The director talks more about his planned take on Masters Of The Universe, saying that he's not drawing inspiration from just one source and whether or not he wants to shoot it in 3D. He also discusses G.I. Joe: Retaliation's 3D conversion.
David E. Kelly's attempt to bring Wonder Woman back to the small screen was derailed when the studio decided not to pick it up. Adrianne Palicki recently recalled working on the project and reveled if she is doing re-shoots for G.I. Joe Retaliation.
After the jump, check out some new images and details for three new vehicles that will make an appearance in Jon Chu's upcoming follow-up to G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.
In a recent interview Sgt. Slaughter reveals that he was supposed to appear in both live-action G.I. Joe films, but a conflict with competing toy companies prevented that from happening.
Amazon has posted a pre-order for a G.I. Joe: Retaliation 2013 wall calender, which features new images of the sequel's cast (minus Channing Tatum). They also feature our first look at Mouse (Joseph Mazzello) and Clutch (Jim Palmer).
While mostly featuring previously seen images of the main cast of Paramount's upcoming G.I. Joe film, this new international poster also features a new look at Dwayne Johnson's Roadblock. Check it out after the jump.
While not the newest or in best quality, some cool new posters featuring characters seen in the latest G.I. Joe
film have found their way online via GeneralsJoes.com
. Take a look after the jump...
This past weekend at a G.I. Joe convention concept art for the new movie G.I. Joe: Retaliation was featured in a presentation. The artwork covers costume, weapons, and vehicle designs for the film. Click the jump to check it out.
G.I. Joe Con 2012 is going on down in New Orleans and G.I. Joe Retaliation was there. While there were no questions allowed about the films delay until March of next year there were some interesting bit revealed.
The latest episode of Spike TV's Powerblock has a segment about two of the vehicles that were used in G.I. Joe: Retailation. The program isn't online just yet, but new photos of the Ducati attack bike and the combat dune buggy have been uploaded.
More photos from the recently delayed G.I. Joe: Rise Of Cobra sequel are now online, featuring new shots of Roadblock, Cobra Commander and more. Check them out after the jump.
Although the film has been pushed back until March 2013, two new still images from Jon Chu's G.I. Joe: Retaliation have hit the web. Check out the photos after hitting the jump.
has chatted with director Jon Chu about the G.I. Joe: Retaliation
rumors and he has clarified that he requested the long delay in order to get the the 3D conversion done correctly.
Last week sources for Deadline
had told the publication that the nine month delay of G.I. Joe: Retaliation
was not solely for the purpose of converting the film to 3D, but in fact to add more screen time for Channing Tatum.
Paramount pushed back the release date for G.I. Joe: Retaliation
so that they could convert it to 3D, right? Deadline
is reporting that Duke's (Tatum) death is the real reason behind the delay.
The devastating news
yesterday baffled many G.I. Joe
faithful but hopefully this latest update can ease some of the pain. It looks as if the 3D won't simply be a post conversion.
Reports are coming in that the movie will be pushed back all the way to March of 2013 so that it can be converted to 3D, and as a result make more cash Internationally. Read on for the details..