Bruce Willis reminisces about his days spent playing with G.I. Joe action figures in this video for director Jon M. Chu's action sequel.
Keith David narrates a viral video touting the benefits of joining this evil organization from director Jon M. Chu's action sequel.
Byung-hun Lee returns as the white ninja in director Jon M. Chu's upcoming action sequel, invading theaters March 29th.
Bruce Willis' retired Joe Colton returns to the ranks as a G.I. Joe in this latest scene from Jon M. Chu's upcoming Hasbro sequel.
Roadblock, Joe Colton, Snake Eyes, and the rest of the G.I. Joe team play hide and seek as C.O.B.R.A. infiltrates the White House in this action sequel.
The Joes stand as America's only line of defense when the entire country is infiltrated by a dangerous terrorist organization in this Jon Chu action sequel.
This elite commando unit fights to take down the evil C.O.B.R.A. organization in director Jon M. Chu's action sequel.
Roadblock has a soft spot for old-fashioned values despite his ass-kicking ways in the latest footage from Jon M. Chu's sequel.
Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson star in this action sequel directed by Jon Chu, hitting theaters June 29.
The villainous Cobra organization has unveiled a new viral site with posters and information on upcoming events in your area.
Jon M. Chu directs Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis, and Channing Tatum in this action-packed 3D sequel, debuting in theaters March 29.
A full 4-minute exclusive preview of the long-awaited sequel will play in front of Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters this weekend.
Dwayne Johnson stars as Roadblock, who helps the Joe's clear their name in director Jon M. Chu's action sequel.
Channing Tatum lives on in Jon M. Chu's action-packed 3D sequel about a group of disavowed soldiers trying to clear their name.
The G.I. Joe team gets retrofitted in 3D for this long-delayed sequel, in theaters March 29th.
Paramount Pictures gives their delayed sequel a few small tweaks in this latest one-sheet.
Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis and Channing Tatum star as soldiers trying to clear their name in Paramount's action sequel.
While 3D conversion was the stated reason for delay, they may also shoot more scenes with Channing Tatum.
The move was made to help stimulate the international box office of director Jon M. Chu's action sequel starring Dwayne Johnson.