Adrianne Palicki poses on the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of G.I. Joe: Retaliation. The 5-foot-11 beauty (in Reem Acra) plays hard-hitting Staff Sergeant Lady Jaye in the sequel to 2009's G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra.
Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson
Veteran action stars Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson also attended the premiere, held at TLC Chinese Theater.
John M. Chu
Jon M. Chu directed the film that is based on the Hasbro toy. Chu had worked with G.I. Joe star Channing Tatum in Step Up 2: The Streets, the sequel to the 2006 dance-centric film Step Up.
Bruce Willis posed on the red carpet with wife Emma Heming, daughter Rumor Willis and actor Jayson Blair.
Dwayne Johnson attended the premiere with his girlfriend, Lauren Hashain. In the film, the former WWE wrestler plays Roadblock, a member of the special ops task force.
Actress Elodie Young wears a flirty Channel frock to the Los Angeles premiere.
The 32-year-old actor plays Flint, one of the film's many heroes that must overcome the Joes mortal enemy, Cobra, as well as threats from within the U.S. government.
The Korean-born actor reprised his role as the ninja Storm Shadow in the latest installment of the G.I. Joe franchise.
Molly Ringwald on the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of G.I. Joe: Retaliation.
Ray Stevenson plays Firefly, an ex-Joe that becomes a mercenary for the evil Cobra Organization.
Actor Scott Porter attended the Los Angeles premiere of G.I. Joe: Retalaition. Porter starred with Palicki on Friday Night Lights.
At the premiere, The House Bunny actress supported her dad, Bruce Willis, and his new action flick.
Sumner Redstone and Brad Grey
Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone (left) and Paramount chairman and CEO Brad Grey were in attendance at the premiere.
Music producer RZA on the red carpet for G.I. Joe: Retaliation. He plays a ninja master in the sequel.
Lorenzo di Bonaventura
The Transformers and G.I. Joe producer poses with Paramount CEO Brad Grey and actor Bruce Willis.
It's All About the Fans
The Rock takes some time to sign autographs for fans outside TCL Chinese Theater.
Bruce and Rumer Willis spend quality time together at the Los Angeles premiere.
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