Ray Stevenson & ‘G.I. Joe 2′
July 10, 2011 by Post Team
Ray Stevenson & ‘G.I. Joe 2′, If ever throwing a great movie and you need a reliable tough guy to bring some gravity to the proceedings, you would do well to engage Ray Stevenson. Irish actor played Titus Pullo in Rome on HBO, crashed into the skull completely ridiculous Punisher: War Zone, and appeared as the bad guys in the Book of Eli and the other guys. More recently, Thor Volstagg presented as this summer. Apparently, the director Jon M. Chu does not need advice on Stevenson, as he threw the intimidating Mr. Stevenson as a villain in the sequel next summer GI Joe 2: The Cobra strikes.
THR reports that heat vision will play Stevenson Firefly, a card-carrying member of Cobra and explosives enthusiast who dabbles in the martial arts and sabotage.
Spoiler alert and alls: the end of the GI Joe Stephen Sommers: The Rise of Cobra, Cobra Commander was the villain revealed, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt – along with almost the entire cast of the movie first – will not return for the sequel. It is unknown if the commander back to Firefly and other ill Cobra around.
The only actors returning from the first entry is Channing Tatum, Ray Park, and Byung-hun Lee, reprising their roles of Duke, Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow. So far, the new players joining the franchise are Dwayne Johnson as a barricade, DJ Cotrona as Flint, Lady Jaye and Adrianne Palicki, RZA as the blind teacher, and Elodie Yung as Jinx.
G.I. Joe 2: The Cobra strikes is produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura and written by screenwriter duo Zombieland Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. Jon M. Chu, who recently directed the documentary concert Justin Bieber: Never say never, Sommer took over as director. Production is scheduled to begin in late summer in Louisiana for the launch scheduled for August 12, 2012.
Ray Stevenson, meanwhile, next appears as Porthos Paul WAS Anderson take 3D in The Three Musketeers, which will hit theaters this October 21.
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