J.J. Abrams is close to signing on to direct Star Trek 2, although Paramount is now eyeing a late 2012 or summer 2013 release date.
The actor is set to play the role of Mouse in the Jon M. Chu-directed film.
The actor will play a member of the villainous Cobra Organization in Jon M. Chu's revamped sequel.
Bruce Willis is also being considered to play the original G.I. Joe, Joe Colton, in Jon M. Chu's action sequel.
Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura also explains that Jon M. Chu's sequel will be tailored for the ninja fan.
RZA is in talks to play Blind Master, who trained both Snake Eyes and Elodie Yung's Jinx, while D.J. Cotrona is in negotiations for the character Flint.
Footloose, Hugo Cabret, and Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol also get new title treatments.
The actress will play a ninja member of the Joe squad recruited by Snake Eyes in John Chu's sequel.
Channing Tatum is also nearing a deal to reprise his role as Duke in the Jon M. Chu sequel.
The director is taking his Joes into the mud, sand and trees for the epic adventure sequel.
Paramount Pictures also confirms a new November release date for Martin Scorsese's 3D family adventure Hugo Cabret.
Actress Rachel Nichols reveals that only actors Channing Tatum, Ray Park, and Byung-hun Lee will be reprising their roles from G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra.
Sienna Miller's Baroness and Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Rex Lewis will most likely be recast for this upcoming sequel.
The director talks about the prospects of directing a sequel to what he calls an American institution.
Several directors are still being considered, and viewers won't necessarily need to watch G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra to enjoy this sequel.
Unknown director Jaume Collet-Serra is also in the running to direct this action-packed sequel.
Byung-hun Lee reprises role as Storm Shadow in the sequel set for Summer 2012.
Two unnamed directors have already been approached about replacing Sommers on the upcoming sequel.
Viacom also said that projects such as a G.I. Joe sequel and a Jack Ryan reboot will hit theaters in the next few years.