GI Joe: Retaliation (2013) International Trailer G [HD]

The "G" international trailer for the 2nd film in the GI Joe film series; GI Joe: Retaliation that premieres on 29th March 2013.

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GI Joe Fan Film - Operation: Red Retrieval - the epic full film by director Mark Cheng
UPDATE 3: Kickstarter with Larry Hama and director! UPDATE 2: Larry Hama, the godfather of the GI Joe mythology enjoyed the film and the creators of this film and him are now collaborating on 2 feature film projects. More at: UPDATE 1: Jon Chu (director of GI Joe 2) tweeted about this film: "Mad respect for the filmmakers who went out and made that fan film! So cool and the sign of true storytellers who just do it!" Listen to 1 hr interview with director and actor Mack Kuhr (Zartan). Segment starts 5 minutes in: e-now/ ================ Director's Statement This is NOT the GI Joe movie you've all been dying to see. This is NOT the GI Joe movie you're dying to unsee. This is the GI Joe movie I saw in my head more than 25 years ago. I watched the cartoons, read the comics, and collected the toys when I was a kid. Eventually I moved on from GI Joe but from that franchise came my love for war movies - Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down, Band of Brothers - and my deep respect for the armed services and the men and women who serve. Through working on this film - a process that took a year and a half - I realized the significance that GI Joe played in my childhood. Batman works alone, X-men was about strength in diversity, Transformers was pure awesome robots. But GI Joe was about a team of heroes working together, taking care of one another, never giving up, and staying until the fight was won. That's what I saw in my head, kept in my heart, and what I've tried to put into this film. As adults we've lost some of our innocence and, tragically, some of our idealism. We know heroes don't dodge bullets by doing cartwheels. Sometimes they get hurt, sometimes they don't come home. But under layers of dirt, grime, and blood, the hero is still there and he still sacrifices. And it's under those same layers of dirt and blood, that the spirit of GI Joe will always live. The other thing I wanted to capture is that feeling from when I was 8 years old lying the floor with my action figures. I'd line up my GI Joe figures next to my Star Wars figures next to my He-Man figures and next to my Autobot Transformers. It didn't matter that the toys were of a different scale, possessed inexplicable powers, came from different brands, or lived in different universes. The ONLY things that mattered was that Good was about to defeat Evil, and that it was going to be SOOOO AWESOMEEEE. So in a way, this is not the GI Joe movie I saw in my head 25 years ago. The film started that way, grew up like I did, got dirty like the world around us, but finds itself once again like the inner kid we all have within us. ~mark cheng ====== Operation: Red Retrieval is a 20 minute live action GI Joe fan film that was written, directed, and edited by Mark Cheng. Created over a period of 18 months, the film reflects a new paradigm in filmmaking. New technology gives rise to new techniques which in turn result in professional-level production values and visceral storytelling at a fraction of the studios' costs. Cheng enlisted professionals- actors, stunt men, make up artists, sound designers, and composers - from the PA, NJ, NY area and filmed the movie over a period of 5 days with a Canon 7D, a digital SLR camera. The production cost approximately $2500. Cheng single-handedly completed over 180 visual effects shots over the course of a year. A shot by shot break down of all the visual effects: WHO DO YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE SEQUEL? Tell me at Mark Cheng - director/producer/writer If you dug the cast of GI JOE Operation Red Retrieval, then click on the new Police parody webseries Justice & Control: Cop City Blues to see what Chris Miskiewicz, Alex Jones, and Mack Khur are doing next. Justice & Control: Cop City Blues Red Retrieval Credits: Mack Kuhr - actor (Zartan) Matt Hayek - actor (Flint) Alex Jones - actor (Road Block) Joe Barbagallo - actor (Beach Head) Jae Greene - stunts Joey Min - fight choreographer Jon Truei - fight choreographer & action supervisor David Campbell - composer Tim Bennett - sound design

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Read Below For The Easter Eggs & References Subscribe to TRAILERS: Subscribe to COMING SOON: Like us on FACEBOOK: Follow us on TWITTER: Suicide Squad Official Trailer #2 (2016) - Will Smith, Margot Robbie Movie HD A secret government agency recruits imprisoned supervillains to execute dangerous black ops missions in exchange for clemency. 0:14 - That's comedian Ike Barinholtz who was originally rumored to play Dr. Hugo Strange. 0:27 - In the comics, part of the deal to get out of prison includes an explosive implanted in the inmates heads to ensure they stay on the mission. That seems to be what's happening here. 0:31 - Killer Croc's restraints appear to be a direct reference to Hannibal Lector. 1:40 - Katana’s sword is known as the ‘Soultaker’ Sword. It’s a samurai sword capable of extracting the souls from those it kills. 1:57 - The giant eyeball & forehead man are most likely Joker's henchmen. Found more easter eggs? Comment below with your finds. The Fandango MOVIECLIPS Trailers channel is your destination for the hottest new trailers the second they drop. Whether it's the latest studio release, an indie horror flick, an evocative documentary, or that new RomCom you've been waiting for, the Fandango MOVIECLIPS team is here day and night to make sure all the best new movie trailers are here for you the moment they're released. In addition to being the #1 Movie Trailers Channel on YouTube, we deliver amazing and engaging original videos each week. Watch our exclusive Ultimate Trailers, Showdowns, Instant Trailer Reviews, Monthly MashUps, Movie News, and so much more to keep you in the know. Here at Fandango MOVIECLIPS, we love movies as much as you!