Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

Chu: GI Joe 3 will be a blast!

Jon M Chu and the GI Joe: Retaliation cast

Jon M Chu has revealed that he would go "crazier and louder" for GI Joe 3.

Following the box office success of the second film, GI Joe: Retaliation, Variety reported that Paramount has already given the green light to a third film, and the director already has some ideas of what he would like to do if he returned to take the reins.

Jon, a huge fan of the franchise himself, teased: "We built a lot of foundation into this movie that we could build off of. We could go crazier and louder in the grand tradition of GI Joe.

"All the characters here would be really fun to take to the next level. I'd love to see Cobra be the ultimate villain and go crazy, and I'd love to see some other villains come into this as well and continue to build the giant world that is Joe," he added.

Adrianne Palicki (Lady Jaye) and DJ Cotrona (Flint) admitted they would like to develop their screen romance.

The actress said: "I loved playing Lady Jaye, so I hope the third film would continue down her path. Lady Jaye and Flint are the two that stuck it out and get married so that would be nice to see that."

DJ added: "I'd like to see Flint grow into the character he was in the franchise - more of a leader, stronger and more mature. And I'd also like to flesh out the relationship with Lady Jaye, which is a big part of GI Joe. I would like that very much."

Lee Byung-hun (Storm Shadow) said: "I have a lot to prove yet. I want to have some big action scenes with Snake Eyes - so we can work out who's the best fighter."

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