All he has to say about that is "I hope it does OK." Costar Sienna Miller chimes in with "You know, G.I. Joe, it's not going to be the best acting work we've ever done." Well, these two certainly know how to make us want to see a movie.
Fortunately, his profile is less about figuring what a mess G.I. Joe might be and more about promoting Chan (that's what they call him) as a good ol' Southern boy. Oh yeah, and he has abs and stuff that are trying to burst through that button-down shirt. Oh, oops, they just did...
Chan takes writer Lisa DePaulo to his Uncle Bruce's home in Alabama. There, you have to choose between liking horses or liking Obama, something Chan refuses to do.
"I don't care. If they don't like me because I voted for Obama, then f--k them. I like horses and I like Obama. Nothin' wrong with that."
Such a diva, this guy, thinks he can have his horse and Obama, too.
And that's about all you need to know about Chan. He's just a simple guy who "got crazy lucky." Oh, right—and the muscles:
Now someone help him out and get all that sports equipment stuff away from him. He's not in Abercrombie & Fitch ads anymore.