A new trailer for "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" has been released and sees General Joe Colton, played by franchise newcomer Bruce Willis place a sweet order.
The trailer opens with an U.S.-led attack on the G.I. Joes, a special strike team called the "ultimate freedom fighting force," which aims to defeat the terrorist group Cobra. Senior fighter Duke, played by Channing Tatum, and fellow franchise newcomer Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's character, a heavy machine gunner and cook named Roadblock, are among the soldiers attacked.
The president, played by Jonathan Pryce, announces: "This country is at war. The new special forces unit, Codenamed Cobra, will protect us where the Joes could not. The G.I. Joes are no more."
The U.S. leader is actually an imposter - the villian Zartan, played by Arnold Vosloo of "The Mummy" fame.
Following the infiltration of the White House, the Joes, led by Johnson's character, enlist the help of the original G.I. Joe, aka Colton.
Colton, played by Bruce Willis, points a gun at them and sarcastically places an order for two cases of Girl Scout cookies - Thin Mints.
In 2002, the actor bought 12,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies from his daughter Tallulah and had them sent to U.S. troops deployed in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom.
After Colton agrees to help the Joes, the team springs into action to stop Cobra, which appears to have succeeded in blowing up the city of London.
"Let's get to work," Johnson's character says. "The world ain't saving itself."
Former "Friday Night Lights" actress Adrianne Palicki, who was supposed to play Wonder Woman in a television pilot before NBC shelved the project, plays Lady Jaye, the team's covert operations specialist.
Byung-hun Lee is back as Storm Shadow and newcomer Ray Stevenson, who recently starred in a new film adaptation of "The Three Musketeers," plays fellow ninja baddie Firefly.
The new movie is based on a popular Hasbro toy line and is set for release on June 29, 2012. It is the sequel to the 2009 film "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" and was directed by Jon M. Chu, who also helmed movies such as "Step Up 3D" and "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never."
A previous trailer for "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" samples the White Stripes' 2003 song "Seven Nation Army." Check out both trailers below.