Bruce Willis On G.I. JOE: RETALIATION Character And Cast
The actor discusses his role in the upcoming G.I. Joe sequel, while also praising the cast (particularly Adrianne Palicki and Byung-hun Lee). Additionally, we have a new still featuring Roadblock, Duke and a shirtless Flint.
Speaking with MTV News, action star Bruce Willis talked about his role in Jon Chu's upcoming sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation, in which he plays Joe Colton (the original G.I. Joe). "Joe Colton actually is the original G.I. Joe," Willis explained. "In the story, he started the outfit a long time ago and that outfit is all the kids that have — I mean, they are kids. Everybody is kids to [me], but we had such a great cast in this film, really funny and strong and tough guys and funny guys. Pretty girls and funny at the same time."
Additionally, Willis praised Adrianne Palicki (Lady Jaye) and Byung-hun Lee for their performances in the film. "That girl [Palicki] cracks me up. She's so funny. She made me laugh so many times, [she's] just great," Willis said. "[We've got] action guys that can do things that I would never. I can't even call myself an action guy. This guy, Byung-hun Lee, is so great. We're going to put him in another movie, he's so great, he's just awesome."
In addition, as a part of MTV's Summer 2012 preview, a new still featuring Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson), Duke (Channing Tatum) and Flint (D.J. Cotrona) has been released.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation is set to hit theaters June 29th, later this year.
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