The new trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation—the sequel to 2009's $302 million-grossing G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra—has hit the Web. And indeed, the newly minted pop beefcake gets ample screen time—certainly far more pretty-boy mileage than the last trailer, in which Tatum was virtually MIA.
The move is a curious one, given that the film's release date was notoriously delayed amid rumors that the movie was aggressively reshot beef up Tatum's role.
Smart move. Here are five things to keep an eye out for.