Two new 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' TV spots have found their way to the internet, giving us further evidence that this long-delayed film actually exists and isn't something that we just dreamed up. Like the other trailers, these spots showcase a film that looks like everything a big, dumb blockbuster action film should be. Watch them below!

We're keeping our fingers crossed that 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' will be worth the wait. After all, the film was supposed to come out last summer but was delayed at the literal last moment for a "3D conversion" that many suspected was just a cover to perform extensive reshoots that drastically altered the film. The buzz on the internet suggests that the film killed off Channing Tatum's Duke in the opening scenes and that test audiences were not happy, prompting him to be resurrected and inserted back into the action (it's been denied, but everyone lies in this business).

The spots themselves don't offer too much that we haven't seen before (although they sure do feature a lot of Tatum), but there are still ninjas and there is still a motorcycle that turns into a missile, so we're cool. 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' finally opens on March 28th.

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