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G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (5-Aug-2009)

Director: Stephen Sommers

Writers: Stuart Beattie; David Elliot; Michael B. Gordon; Paul Lovett; Stephen Sommers

Music Composed and Conducted by: Alan Silvestri

Producers: Lorenzo di Bonaventura; Brian Goldner; Bob Ducsay

Keywords: Action/Adventure

A top-secret band of international special operatives known as "G.I. Joe" works to neutralize a threat posed by an arms dealer's terrorist organization.

ABSTRACT
Captain Duke Hauser and partner "Ripcord", tasked with the transportation of arms produced by weapons manufacturer MARS, are saved by a top-secret team of elite special operatives from around the globe known as "G.I. Joe" after they are attacked by thieves. Duke and Ripcord must subsequently train with the Joes and prove their worth as "real American heroes" if they are to prevent the thieves -- part of an organization known as "Cobra" -- from capturing the warheads and using them to subjugate humanity.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
Actor
22-Aug-1967   Adebisi in Oz
Christopher Eccleston
Actor
16-Feb-1964   Shallow Grave
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Actor
17-Feb-1981   Third Rock From the Sun
Karolina Kurkova
Model
28-Feb-1984   Graced cover of February 2001 Vogue
Sienna Miller
Actor
28-Dec-1981   Ex-fiancée of Jude Law
Kevin J. O'Connor
Actor
15-Nov-1963   Candy Mountain
Ray Park
Actor
23-Aug-1974   Darth Maul
Jonathan Pryce
Actor
1-Jun-1947   Sam Lowry in Brazil
Dennis Quaid
Actor
9-Apr-1954   Any Given Sunday
Channing Tatum
Model
26-Apr-1980   Model for Mountain Dew soda
Arnold Vosloo
Actor
16-Jun-1962   The Mummy
Marlon Wayans
Comic
23-Jul-1972   A Wayans Brother

CAST

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje   ...   Heavy Duty
Christopher Eccleston   ...   McCullen -- Destro
Joseph Gordon-Levitt   ...   The Doctor -- Rex
Byung-Hun Lee   ...   Storm Shadow
Sienna Miller   ...   Ana -- Baroness
Rachel Nichols   ...   Scarlett
Ray Park   ...   Snake Eyes
Jonathan Pryce   ...   U.S. President
Saïd Taghmaoui   ...   Breaker
Channing Tatum   ...   Duke
Arnold Vosloo   ...   Zartan
Marlon Wayans   ...   Ripcord
and
Dennis Quaid   ...   Gen. Hawk
Gregory Fitoussi   ...   Baron de Cobray
Leo Howard   ...   Young Snake Eyes
Karolina Kurkova   ...   Cover Girl
David Murray   ...   James McCullen -- 1641
Kevin J. O'Connor   ...   Dr. Mindbender
Gerald Okamura   ...   Hard Master
Brandon Soo Hoo   ...   Young Storm Shadow
Chris Akers   ...   G.I. Joe Security Tech
Fabrice Baral   ...   CNN Reporter
Michael Benyaer   ...   Flight Control Technician
Peter Breitmayer   ...   Dr. Hundtkinder
Michael Broderick   ...   Screaming Man
Elena Evangelo   ...   White House Staff
Mark Hames   ...   White House Staff
Jacques Frantz   ...   Bastille Prison Warden
Wayne Lopez   ...   G.I. Joe Security Tech
Kellie Matteson   ...   G.I. Joe Control Room Tech
Burton Perez   ...   Bravo Soldier
Bob Rumnock   ...   M.A.R.S. Lab Worker
Robert Russell   ...   Bastille Prison Priest
Ashley Sommers   ...   Little Girl
Michael Sommers   ...   Neo Viper Secret Service
Gunner Wright   ...   Secret Sevice Agent
Duncan Bravo   ...   Foreign General
Charles Howerton   ...   Foreign General
Robert E. Almodovar   ...   Foreign General
David Jean Thomas   ...   Foreign General
Ken Thomas   ...   Apache Navigator
Frederic Doss   ...   Apache Navigator
Buzz Covington   ...   Apache Helicopter Pilot
Ron Thompson   ...   Apache Helicopter Pilot

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