After a nearly year-long delay, the sequel is finally in theaters and is cleaning up at the box office just as stars Channing Tatum, Dwayne Johnson and Bruce Willis are wiping the floor with Cobra. It seems that fans are enjoying “Retaliation” more than 2009’s “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra,” and we surely haven’t seen the last of the Joe Team on the big screen. Here’s what The Rock himself had to say about the film when we spoke to him last week.
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As for the rest of this week’s list…
March 31, 2013
1. GI Joe: Retaliation (Last week: Not ranked)
Audiences around the world are yelling “Yo Joe!” Will there be a third installment?
2. “Iron Man 3” (Last week: Not ranked)
The Marvel threequel hits theaters in just over a month, but can there possibly be any secrets left?
3. “Justice League” (Last week: Not ranked)
Ryan Reynolds doesn’t want to play the Green Lantern again. Can you blame him? Who will the Guardians choose as the Lantern of this sector? We have a few ideas.
4. “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” (Last week: Not ranked)
The Marvel sequel has snagged a huge name actor to appear in a supporting role: The one and only Robert Redford.
5. “Olympus Has Fallen” (Last week: Not ranked)
Well, that’s a relief. The first “Die Hard in the White House” thriller of the year is Gerard Butler’s first hit movie in three years. It opened with a handsome $30 million.
7. “Divergent” (Last week: Not ranked)
If you’re looking for the next “Hunger Games”-sized YA adaptation, look no further. Now with 100% more Kate Winslet.
8. “Star Trek Into Darkness” (Last week: Not ranked)
As with “Iron Man 3,” yet another new trailer has revealed even more new footage from the J.J. Abrams-directed sequel. Are surprises suddenly out of style or something??
9. “Thor: The Dark World” (Last week: Not ranked)
“Bridesmaids” star Chris O’Dowd will bring some comic relief to the second big screen tale of Marvel’s Norse god.
10. “Vacation” (Last week: Not listed)
The Griswolds are back, this time anchored by an adult Rusty (Ed Helms) and his wife, played by Christina Applegate. Can the franchise survive?
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