Kudos to the eagle eyes of Skinny from Serpentors Lair who stumbled upon a great amount of G.I. Joe: Retaliation related videos on YouTube. These videos have been uploaded to the B & H Film Distribution YouTube channel and contain some great interviews and some really awesome behind the scenes battle sequences.
This is really some great stuff, everyone should check it out. There are a number of videos, so I’m going to post them all after the jump, but you should check them out, for sure.
We were treated to a fantastic Storm Shadow featurette yesterday, and today we are getting some Bruce Willis action! Although there isn’t as much new footage in this one as there was yesterday, I am absolutely loving these behind-the-scenes features, and hope they’re planning on doing them for every character. This could be great.
Check it out on YouTube, and see it embedded below.
This was first revealed on Paramount International, but it was not viewable in the United States. Thanks to MegaTrailer for getting it uploaded, and for Comic Book Movie for mentioning that it was up for American audiences.
Looks like Iron Man fans don’t get to have all the fun today!
MSN Movies has posted a cool little snippet of footage from G.I. Joe: Retaliation, featuring a conversation between Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson) and Joe Colton (Bruce Willis). We’ve seen most of this scene already in various trailers and TV spots, but it’s pretty awesome to see it all stitched together, with some added footage afterwards.
You can find it on MSN Movies. Unfortunately it looks like they do not allow embedding, but hop on over to check it out!
I know I used the whole mother flocker line when Bruce Willis was first announced as Joe Colton in the upcoming G.I. Joe: Retaliation film, but since he’s..well.. totally bald, I’m not sure that makes sense. This has been one of the figures that many folks out there have been waiting on pins and needles for. I mean, who doesn’t want a 1:18 scale Bruce Willis/John McLane figure for their G.I. Joe universe?
Even with mostly reused parts, the eerily accurate head sculpt really brings the character to life. Check out the full review on my G.I. Joe: Retaliation Review Page, or follow the link below:
Just a few seconds of new footage where Roadblock informs a hapless recruit that G.I. Joe’s should be “gentlemen”, with a little encouragement from Lady Jaye. Various other action scenes take place showing just how “gentle” G.I. Joe can be.