Wednesday, May 27, 2009

THE NEW "G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA" POSTER


Here's one of the new movie posters for the upcoming summer blockbuster G.I.JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA. Premiering in August, this action-adventure goes from Egyptian deserts to deep bellow polar ice following the elite G.I. JOE team which uses the latest spy and military equipment to fight the corrupt arms dealer Destro and the growing threat of the mysterious Cobra organization to prevent them from creating worldwide chaos. Directed by amazing Stephen Sommers (THE MUMY, THE MUMMY RETURNS, VAN HELSING) this movie has an amazing cast: Dennis Quaid, Channing Tatum, Marlon Wayans, Arnold Vosloo, Sienna Miller ...

6 comments:

  1. mislim da ce ovo biti nesto kao dzejms bond sa pirsom bronsonom, ono spijunski sf... ne mogu da kazem da mi je jedan od ocekivanijih naslova, ali mislim da ce biti fina zabava

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  2. Najvise ce biti akcije. Ne verujem da ce biti mnogo spijunskih/undercover elemenata u prici.

    Stiven Somers je uvek znao da ubaci i neke komicne elemente u svoje akcione filmove. Pretpostavljam da je Vajans tu bas zbog toga. U svakom slucaju bice zabavno/uzbudljivo.

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  3. meni je zanimljivo da se polako gradi neki HYPE oko ovog filma iako medijska kampanja vec dugo traje. Mislim da su ljudi pomalo razocarani dosadasnjim ovoletnjim hitovima (dopali su im se ali ih nisu odusevili) pa sa nekom nadom gledaju u svaki sledeci blockbuster ocekujuci da ce taj da napravi neki darmar u bioskopima.
    Ja nisam siguran da ovaj film to moze, ali bilo bi lepo, jer Somersa jako volim.

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  4. When I first started seeing pictures of this film I thought that ultimately it would turn out to be bad. But now that I have seen a trailer, I have changed my opinion and feel it will be just the opposite.

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  5. Same with me...
    At first I thought it would be another high-tech action thriller, with a black leather/latex costume fetish. But now we can see there are scenes underwater, in skies (in orbit?), and a lot of action in some European city (probably all in Paris). Different settings can make anything more interesting.

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  6. Yes, everybody says the same thing as you SDLOVE and MARKO :) But, you know Stephen Sommers, he isn't really a director who can disappoint you even when the topic of his films is a bit childish or lame. He simply turns all his movies into pure cinematic pleasure :)

    SDLOVE57 welcome to HOLLYWOOD SPY ;)

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