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'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' New Trailer Shares Humorous Scenes

March 23, 2013 (5:06 am) GMT
The one-minute sneak peak offers a look at the comedic side of the G.I. Joes, in addition to previewing more battle scenes.

Paramount Pictures debuts a new trailer for the highly-anticipated "". The one-minute footage shows that the movie has more than just cool action scenes to offer.

The preview highlights the comedic side of 's Duke and Dwayne "" Johnson's Roadblock. Roadblock is seen teaching Duke, who randomly presses any button of his game controller, how to play a military video game. Getting blamed for shooting Duke's game character, Roadblock defends, "You're shooting yourself."

Another comedic scene can be seen when Duke shouts, "Drive it like you stole it!" Standing next to him, Roadblock says, "As your good friend, you need a new catchphrase."

In addition to the funny moments, scenes of destroyed London and the Joes' battle are highlighted in the video. The video hints that the movie promises a good blend of charismatic action and witty comedy.

A follow-up to 2009's "", "Retaliation" will find the Joes fighting their mortal enemy Cobra. They are forced to contend with threats from within the government that jeopardize their very existence.

"Retaliation" also stars , D.J. Cotrona, , , Jonathan Pryce, , and . Directed by Jon M. Chu with Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick writing the script, the film is scheduled to hit U.S. theaters on March 28.


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