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G. I. Joe: Retaliation (27-Mar-2013)

Director: Jon M. Chu

Writers: Rhett Reese; Paul Wernick

Keywords: Action/Adventure

Sequel to the first G. I. Joe film follows the G. I. Joes as they find themselves struggling through the dual-pronged threat of Cobra and missives from their own government that threaten their continued existence.

ABSTRACT
The Rock and Bruce Willis star in this testosterone-laden continuation of the story explored in G. I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, following the G. I. Joes as they are framed for stealing nuclear warheads from Pakistan by a President-impersonating Zartan and forced to defend their honor when, in the course of continuing to impersonate the Commander-in-Chief, he manipulates the American government into forcing their existence into a very tenuous position.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Carville
Government
25-Oct-1944   Clinton campaign strategist
Walton Goggins
Actor
10-Nov-1971   Boyd Crowder on Justified
Joseph Mazzello
Actor
21-Sep-1983   Jurassic Park
Adrianne Palicki
Actor
6-May-1983   Tyra Collette on Friday Night Lights
Ray Park
Actor
23-Aug-1974   Darth Maul
Jonathan Pryce
Actor
1-Jun-1947   Sam Lowry in Brazil
The Rock
Actor
2-May-1972   Yeah, yeah -- we smell it
The RZA
Music Producer
5-Jul-1969   Wu-Tang Clan
Ray Stevenson
Actor
25-May-1964   Titus Pullo on Rome
Channing Tatum
Model
26-Apr-1980   Model for Mountain Dew soda
Arnold Vosloo
Actor
16-Jun-1962   The Mummy
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard

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