Byung-hun Lee (Storm Shadow), Screenwriter Stuart Beattie, and Marlon Wayans (Ripcord) Exclusive Red Carpet Video Interviews

     August 7, 2009

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Last night I covered a special “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” screening at Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood. While there I was able to interview tons of people on the red carpet and rather than divide up these three interviews into separate articles, I’m posting all them here, in one place. So after the jump you can see Byung-hun Lee (Storm Shadow) talk about making “G.I. Joe”, screenwriter Stuart Beattie talk about his directorial debut “Tomorrow, When the World Began”, and Marlon Wayans (Ripcord) talk more about Japanese bathrooms and what character he might want to join the “Joe” team in the sequel. Take a look:

Also, if you missed my extended interview with Stuart Beattie, you can read it here and here.

Stuart Beattie

  • How is his film going
  • Says they start filming in 7 weeks
  • Says casting will be announced in late August
  • The cast had to sign for multiple films
  • G.I. Joe sequel talk

Byung-hun Lee

  • What has the promotional process been like for him
  • What was promoting in Asia like
  • Making the film talk
  • Filming the fight scenes
  • Next movie talk

Marlon Wayans

  • More Japanese toilet talk
  • Sequel talk
  • Why is Stephen Sommers the right direct for Joe
  • What one or two new characters would he like to see if there is a sequel

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