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Paramount developing new GI Joe movie

Paramount developing new GI Joe movie

The underappreciated, undercover specialist Chuckles (aka Phillip M. Provost) will apparently appear in the new GI Joe movie since the 1987's G.I. Joe: The Movie.

One of the characters in the now untitled flick is Chuckles, who was featured as an action figure and in the Marvel Comics in the 1980s. The second film, G.I. Joe movie. The first came out in 2009, was subtitled The Rise of Cobra, and was a kind of origin story for the property, with Channing Tatum playing Duke. A Real American Hero toyline that previously spawned 2013 film G.I. Joe spin-off movie written by Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol's Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The earlier two G.I. Joe motion pictures grossed $678.1M across the globe. Joe movie to theaters. Retaliation. A spinoff has now entered development, this one set to feature the character of Chuckles.

Chuckles is not believed to be the central character of the new spin-off, but that can reportedly change.

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Snake Eyes, being directed by Robert Schwentke (Flightplan, The Time Traveler's Wife) and written by Evan Spiliotopoulos (2017's Beauty and the Beast, upcoming Charlie's Angels), is scheduled to open in the United States on October 16, 2020.

"Snake Eyes", fixing on the character Ray Park put face to name on in the previous films (the "Star Wars" alum won't be back for the new film though), was announced a while ago. A solo film of the Snake Eyes is expected to be made by Robert Schwentke, who is known for his film, The Time Traveler's Wife.

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