The studio and Hasbro have announced a deal to create an interconnected movie universe featuring G.I. Joe, Micronauts, Visionairies, M.A.S.K. and ROM.
Perhaps it’s a longing for simpler times – or maybe it’s that I wasn’t raised in the US and so missed out on these the first time around – but I’ve become obsessed with old-school television commercials for toys recently: Transformers! He-Man! Super Powers! Each one was sold separately, but seemed to promise so much happiness, it’s almost painful to watch.
It’s the end of the world as we know it: GI Joe: Retailiation has been pushed back nine months to, according to Paramount, convert the movie into 3D and maximize international box office – The world, it still loves the idea of the Rock literally shouting in your face, it seems. But… nine months? People can make other human beings in that time. Does it really take that long to turn a movie into 3D… or is something else going on? Here are some possible reasons for the delay
The G.I. Joe sequel gets a new subtitle — Retaliation — a new, June 29, 2012, release date, and a new cast member, Jurassic Park‘s Joe Mazzello.
Dwayne Johnson has confirmed his role in the G.I. Joe sequel as RZA and D.J. Cotrona negotiate for other parts in the Jon Chu-directed movie.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Channing Tatum are in the mix to join the cast of G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt confirms he won’t reprise his role as Cobra Commander in the sequel to G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.
The title of the G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra sequel is reported to be G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes, though that may not be final.
Paramount’s hunt for a director to the G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra sequel narrows down to two names: F. Gary Gray and Jon M. Chu.
With all the news about The Hobbit movie and movies based on fairytales being announced left, right and center, I have one very simple question to ask the collective minds of Hollywood: Why isn’t there a massive Dungeons & Dragons movie being made at this very minute?
We’re just over a month away from the launch of The Hub, a new network co-owned by the Discovery Channel and Hasbro. But just who is the new channel actually aimed at?
Marvel’s Avengers won’t be the only multi-franchise crossover movie we have in our future, according to a new report that suggests that Paramount is going to see if some famous toys play well together.