Screen Grabs from G.I. Joe: Retaliation International trailers

So we’ve seen a number of International trailers flying around over the past few days, so I figured I’d take some time to grab some screenshots from those to add to the ongoing library.  I know I’ve noticed some very cool elements from this footage that I didn’t necessarily see over the first viewing.

To me, International Trailer “G” especially was eye opening.  I believe it’s been marketed as a Korean trailer, and features a heavy element of martial arts action, focusing on Storm Shadow specifically.  The sequence near the end where it appears as if Joe Colton is talking to Storm Shadow in a friendly way is especially interesting, leading to some speculation that Arashikage may be joining the good guys this time around.

We also get a very nice look at the Cobra helicopter and a front view of the HISS Tank.  Check out the screen grabs below.

International Trailer G (Korean Trailer?)

There have also been assorted other International trailers, and I’ve tried to grab some new screen shots from those as well, which you can see below

Other International Trailers

To see the trailers themselves click here for embedded videos of each.  I will also be adding all of this to the G.I. Joe: Retaliation SuperPage on an ongoing basis!

 

  • Revsears

    From an interview posted at hisstank, it sounds like stormshadow is neither good nor evil. I’m guessing that Translates to neither Joe or Cobra, but maybe at one point working with both in the film, after finding out who really killed the hardmaster. Somehow or another he has to become the lone wolf mentioned in the interview, and that sounds like the best reason to me.

  • Skywarppro

    “His character is an independent combatant who fights for neither good nor evil in the story. Lee said that his status as a loner was the role’s biggest attraction and claimed he would not want to play anyone else, even if he were given a chance.” That was taken from the Korea Times website: http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/art/2012/04/141_109688.html