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G.I. Joe: Retaliation is a 2013 American military science fiction action film based on Hasbro s G.I. Joe toy, comic, and media franchise. The second film in the G.I. Joe film series, it follows 2009 s G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. Directed by Jon M. Chu and written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the film features an ensemble cast with Lee Byung-hun, Ray Park, Jonathan Pryce, Arnold Vosloo, and Channing Tatum reprising their roles from the first film, while Luke Bracey and Robert Baker take over the role of Cobra Commander, replacing Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis, D. J. Cotrona, Adrianne Palicki, Ray Stevenson and Elodie Yung round out the principal cast.
In the film, with Cobra operative Zartan still impersonating the President of the United States, the terrorist organization is able to frame the Joes as traitors, and have them nearly annihilated in an airstrike. Cobra Commander places world leaders under Cobra s control, and gains access to their advanced warheads. Outnumbered and outgunned, the surviving Joes form a plan with original G.I. Joe, General Joseph Colton, to overthrow Cobra Commander and his allies.
Originally slated for release in June 2012, the film was delayed in order to convert to 3D and boost interest in international markets. It was released in North America on March 28, 2013. The film received negative reviews from critics and grossed $375 million worldwide against a budget of $130–155 million.
Duke leads the G.I. Joe Team to the Korean Demilitarized Zone to find a North Korean defector. Later, Zartan, still impersonating the President of the United States, frames G.I. Joe for stealing nuclear warheads from Pakistan after the death of its President during a civil war, and subsequently eliminates G.I. Joe, which kills Duke and the other Joes, using a military air strike. Heavy machine gunner Roadblock, rookie sniper Flint, and counterintelligence officer Lady Jaye survive the attack by diving into a well, and they return to the US and find original G.I. Joe, General Joseph Colton, who provides them with weapons.
Meanwhile, Storm Shadow, who survived the Arctic base s destruction, and demolitions expert Firefly rescue Cobra Commander from an underground maximum-security prison in Germany, leaving Destro behind. Storm Shadow is injured and retreats to a temple in the Himalayas to recover. The Blind Master, leader of the Arashikage Clan, sends Snake Eyes and his apprentice Jinx, to capture Storm Shadow, allowing him to answer the murder of his uncle, the Hard Master. Before Storm Shadow was falsely-accused, he and Snake Eyes grew up together and were considered friends, but this relationship deteriorated when his friends did not trust him to not be a murderer, a detail that he never forgot, even after they cleared his name and somewhat uncomfortably called a truce in order to work together.
After Zartan announces that Cobra will become the premier U.S. special forces team, replacing G.I. Joe, Lady Jaye deduces that someone is impersonating the President. At a presidential fundraiser, she steals a sample of the President s DNA, confirming that he is Zartan. They escape after a confrontation with Firefly and Zandar, the head of the U.S. Secret Service s Presidential Detail and a member of Cobra.
Snake Eyes and Jinx locate and capture Storm Shadow after a battle with some ninjas loyal to Storm Shadow and take him back to Tokyo, where Storm Shadow proclaims that he did not kill the Hard Master and proves it by fighting Snake Eyes with the weapon that killed the Hard Master, which breaks as it isn t Arashikage steel. The Blind Master deduces that Zartan was the one that murdered the Hard Master and framed Storm Shadow for it, who joined Cobra to bring it down from the inside. Exonerated, Storm Shadow accompanies Snake Eyes and Jinx, his cousin, as they join the Joes efforts to stop Cobra and avenge the Hard Master.
Zartan invites the world leaders to a summit at Fort Sumter, where he blackmails them into disabling their nuclear arsenals, and reveals that he has created Project Zeus: seven orbital kinetic bombardment weapons of mass destruction at his command. To prove his superiority, he destroys Central London and activates the remaining weapons, offering to disarm them if the countries submit to Cobra. Storm Shadow betrays Cobra Commander and starts a fight, revealing Cobra s deception to the world leaders. Colton kills Zandar and rescues the real President with Lady Jaye, while Storm Shadow kills Zartan. While Snake Eyes, Jinx, and Flint fight Cobra s soldiers, Cobra Commander instructs Firefly to protect the launch device, and escapes by helicopter. Roadblock is able to deactivate and destroy the orbital weapons, as well as killing Firefly. Storm Shadow leaves after avenging his uncle.
At the White House ceremony, the real President addresses the nation and commemorates the Joes, who were awarded by Colton: Roadblock, Jinx, Flint, Snake Eyes, and Lady Jaye. Colton presents Roadblock with an M1911 pistol that belonged to General George S. Patton; to use it to find Cobra Commander. Roadblock proudly raises the weapon and fires a single shot in honor of his fallen comrades, vowing to avenge them.
- Dwayne Johnson as Marvin F. Hinton / Roadblock:A heavy machine gunner and second in command turned team Captain of the G.I. Joe.
- Bruce Willis as General Joe Colton:A retired General and the founder and leader of the G.I. Joe.
- Channing Tatum as Conrad S. Hauser / Duke:The G.I. Joe s team Captain.
- Arnold Vosloo as Zartan:A disguise expert of Cobra who kidnaps and replaces the President in the last film.
- Jonathan Pryce as President of the United States
- Lee Byung-hun as Thomas Arashikage / Storm Shadow:A member of Cobra and Snake Eyes s rival. Both were close members of the Arashikage ninja clan. He survived his encounter with Snake Eyes in the last film. Brandon Soo Hoo (through archive footage from The Rise of Cobra) and Nathan Takashige as Young Storm Shadow
- Brandon Soo Hoo (through archive footage from The Rise of Cobra) and Nathan Takashige as Young Storm Shadow
- Ray Park as Snake Eyes:A mysterious ninja commando of the G.I. Joe who took a vow of silence, a close member of the Arashikage ninja clan, and Storm Shadow s rival. Leo Howard as Young Snake Eyes
- Leo Howard as Young Snake Eyes
- Elodie Yung as Kim Arashikage / Jinx:A member of the Arashikage trained by the Blind Master, Snake Eyes apprentice and Storm Shadow s cousin.
- Ray Stevenson as Firefly:An ex-G.I. Joe turned Cobra Demolitions expert.
- D. J. Cotrona as Dashiell R. Faireborn / Flint:The G.I. Joe s rookie sniper.
- Adrianne Palicki as Jaye Burnett / Lady Jaye:The G.I. Joe s counterintelligence officer.
- Luke Bracey as Rexford G. Rex Lewis / Cobra Commander:The leader of the terrorist organization Cobra Command. Robert Baker (uncredited) as the voice of Cobra Commander
- Robert Baker (uncredited) as the voice of Cobra Commander
- Walton Goggins as Warden Nigel James:The warden of the Einsargen Subterranean Prison in Germany.
- Joseph Mazzello as Morris L. Sanderson / Mouse:The G.I. Joe s sniper.
- Robert Fitzgerald as Blind Master:The Arashikage s blind leader.
- Matt Gerald as Zandar:A member of Cobra and the head of the detail for Zartan disguised as the President of the United States.
- Joe Chrest as the Chief of Staff
- James Carville as Himself
- Ryan Hansen as Robert W. Graves / Grunt:One of the G.I. Joe members.
- DeRay Davis as Stoop
- Ilia Volok as President of Russia
- Marcelo Tubert as President of France
- James Lew as President of the People s Republic of China
- Ajay Mehta as Prime Minister of India
- Jim Palmer as Lance J. Steinberg / Clutch:One of the G.I. Joe members.
After the financially successful release of The Rise of Cobra, Rob Moore, the studio vice chairman of Paramount Pictures, stated in 2009 that a sequel would be developed. In January 2011, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writers of Zombieland, were hired to write the script for the sequel. The movie was originally thought to be titled G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes, which was later denied by Reese. Stephen Sommers was originally going to return as director of the sequel, but Paramount Pictures announced in February 2011 that Jon Chu would direct the sequel. In July 2011, the sequel s name was revealed to be G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Chu would later declare that Paramount wanted a reboot that also served as a sequel to The Rise of Cobra since a lot of people saw the first movie so we don t want to alienate that and redo the whole thing.
In January 2011, it was confirmed that Lee Byung-hun would reprise his role as Storm Shadow in the sequel. Channing Tatum and Ray Park also returned, as Duke and Snake Eyes, respectively. Rachel Nichols, the actress who played Scarlett in the first film, stated that most cast members would not be returning, except for the three aforementioned actors. In March 2011, Sienna Miller stated that she would not be returning for a sequel. Joseph Gordon-Levitt also confirmed that he would not be returning as Cobra Commander in the sequel because he was too busy with The Dark Knight Rises.
In June 2011, Dwayne Johnson was cast as Roadblock, D. J. Cotrona and RZA were cast as Flint and Blind Master, respectively, while Élodie Yung was in talks for the role of Jinx. In July 2011, Adrianne Palicki was confirmed for the lead female role of Lady Jaye, and Ray Stevenson was confirmed to portray the villain Firefly. Arnold Vosloo also confirmed that he would reprise his role of Zartan. Jonathan Pryce will reprise his role as the President of the United States. Joseph Mazzello was confirmed to play Mouse. In August 2011, Walton Goggins was added as Warden Nigel James, and it was confirmed that Bruce Willis was cast to star in the film as the original G.I. Joe. The character of Joe Colton was a replacement for fan-favorite Joe character Sgt. Slaughter. Sgt. Slaughter stated that he was originally supposed to be the part of Bruce Willis Sgt. Slaughter but because we had a conflict in toy companies, Hasbro and Mattel, I wasn t able to do it. It s one of those things, Rock (Dwayne Johnson) doesn t have a contract so he can do what he wants to do and he s been very successful .
In September, a casting call sheet leaked to the Internet revealed that Cobra Commander would appear in the sequel, though it was unknown who would play the character. Chu said that fans would get a glimpse of Destro in the film, but Christopher Eccleston would not reprise his role in the sequel. On May 1, 2012, it was confirmed by Jon Chu that G.I. Joe: Retaliation s Cobra Commander is Rex Lewis, the same character that Joseph Gordon-Levitt played in The Rise of Cobra.
Principal photography began in August 2011 in Louisiana. On November 22, 2011, a crew member died in an accident at a New Orleans warehouse that was serving as a soundstage for the production. The incident happened while crew members were changing out a set. The battle on the Himalayas was shot in the south vertical assembly building at NASA s Michoud Assembly Facility, that had been fitted with a green screen wall at a very steep angle with a lot of rigging above to swing the stunt people through.
Fort Pike in Louisiana stands in for Fort Sumter in South Carolina as the site of the climactic summit meeting of the leaders of nuclear-armed countries.
Retaliation had 700 visual effects shots, which were mostly handled by three effects companies. Visual effects supervisor Zachary Kinnery declared that while the visuals aimed for the big and bold typical of the franchise, Retaliation would be the first to attempt a bit more of that gritty realism. The major part of the effects was given to Digital Domain, which for 227 effects created digital vehicles and aircraft that had to look fantastic but which are also plausible , given they had to match practical models, the Zeus satellite and a sequence where Zartan shows his nanomite-related disguise to the president—done with the same head replacement software developed for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Tron: Legacy. Industrial Light & Magic made the London destruction, a digital White House, and the mountain sword fight, which had computer-generated backgrounds and digital augmentation of the stunt people s performance. Method Studios was responsible for the desert attack, Firefly s explosive bugs, and malfunction on underground prison. Saints LA handled minor effects such as compositing and news graphics.
The film s score was composed by Henry Jackman. A soundtrack of the score was released in April 2013.
Previously slated for release on August 10, 2012 and June 29, 2012, Paramount announced in May 2012 that they were delaying the film s release until March 29, 2013 (but was later moved up to March 28, 2013), in order to convert the movie to 3D and boost interest in international markets.
The delay gobsmacked the film industry due to Paramount s implementation of a substantial advertising campaign beginning with a Super Bowl commercial, with the warehouses full of toys were waiting for the film s launch, and because it was one of only three Paramount-produced films scheduled for Summer 2012 (along with The Dictator and Katy Perry: Part of Me). The studio also wanted to avoid competing with Tatum s Magic Mike, also scheduled for June 29.
Ban in Pakistan
The film was banned by the Central Board of Film Censors of Pakistan due to initial scenes at the beginning of the movie which depict the country negatively, according to film censor board officials. A Karachi-based cinema posted on its Facebook page that the film would not be screened due to restrictions by the censor board. The censorship was due to the film s depiction of Pakistan as an unstable state and the fictional portrayal of a foreign invasion of Pakistan s nuclear installations , which caught the ire of film censor authorities. Consequently, restrictions were imposed on screening the movie countrywide. According to an official at the censor board, the film portrayed Pakistan negatively not only on the issue of the War on Terror but also on the international standing of the country, There is a scene which shows the assassination of the Pakistani president and the imposition of martial law, which is not a fair representation of the country. Another cinema official said, There were obviously several objectionable things which would never have passed the censors, but these things are also relevant to the content of the film.
A toyline for the film was confirmed by Hasbro in February 2012. Despite the movie s release being moved from June 2012 to March 2013, the initial assortments of figures, vehicles, and role-play items were shipped to retailers, and appeared on store shelves in May 2012. A Variety article was published stating that the already released figures had been pulled from the shelves and recalled by Hasbro, although the company s official statement indicated that existing product would be sold through. New product shipments were halted by Hasbro, but existing Retaliation figures were available in Target, Wal-Mart, and Toys R Us as late as December 2012. The toyline was re-released in the United States in February 2013. A four-part limited series comic book titled G.I. Joe: Retaliation Movie Prequel was published by IDW Publishing from February 2012 to April 2012. Written by John Barber, it acts as a prequel to the movie.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation was released on DVD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D on July 30, 2013 by Paramount Home Entertainment. A Blu-ray Extended Action Cut added 12 minutes of footage and uncensored violence was also available, with the United States version being a Best Buy exclusive.
The film topped No. 1 on both the Blu-ray and DVD sales charts with at least 54% of both Blu-ray and DVD units sold. The film also topped weekend rentals too.
It was later released on Ultra HD Blu-ray on July 20, 2021 along with the first movie, to coincide with the theatrical release of Snake Eyes.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation grossed $122.5 million in North America, $253.2 million internationally, and $375.7 million worldwide total, to a budget of $130–$155 million.
In North America, the film grossed $10.5 million on its opening day, debuting at the top of the box office. The film retained the No. 1 spot over the three-day weekend and grossed $40.5 million; however, the film s opening weekend fell 14.2% against The Rise of Cobra s $54.7 million debut.
The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 29% based on 180 reviews, with an average rating of 4.5/10. The website s critical consensus reads, Though arguably superior to its predecessor, G.I. Joe: Retaliation is overwhelmed by its nonstop action and too nonsensical and vapid to leave a lasting impression. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating to reviews, the film has an average score of 41 out of 100, based on 31 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale.
Alan Scherstuhl of The Village Voice wrote in a positive review that this pushes right past competent into mostly legitimately enjoyable but added that the movie is still dumb as catbutt. It s an honest and accomplished dumbness, however, where the stupidest stuff seems to be there because the movie would be less fun without it. The Hollywood Reporter s Todd McCarthy was critical about the film s use of 3D and accurate reflection of the franchise s comic book and cartoon origins, but predicted it would still earn better than its predecessor, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a grade of B− , calling it well-executed technocratic action fluff and commented: In its dehumanized and trivial way, it s a triumph of razor-sharp, hyper-violent style over formulaic substance … Hollywood has now evolved to the point that it can deliver these kinds of thrills with maximum brute force and keep the impact so light that the result can still be regarded as a harmless diversion for 14-year-olds. Glen Heath Jr. of Slant Magazine gave it two out of four stars, criticizing the film s cut-happy style and plot, but lauding the action sequences and Chu s direction as poetry in high-speed motion.
In a negative review, Betsey Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times panned the overwhelmingly complicated, globe-hopping, enemies within, enemies without story line and 3D but noted that the humor, when it works, offers Retaliation some redemption. She ended with: It s convoluted. Frankly no one should have to think that hard to keep up with the Joes. Another negative review came from Variety magazine s Justin Chang, who ridiculed the movie s large-scale destruction of foreign cities, writing: Audiences who thrilled to the sight of Paris under biochemical attack in Cobra will be pleased to watch London endure an even more horrific fate here, although the sequence is tossed off in quick, almost ho-hum fashion, with no time to dwell on anything so exquisitely crass as the spectacle of the Eiffel Tower collapsing. He summarized the movie as a more straight-faced brand of idiocy than its cheerfully dumb 2009 predecessor.
Writing for Empire magazine, Olly Richards gave the movie 2 stars out of 5 and compared it unfavorably with its predecessor, writing: The first film you could at least laugh at. This takes all its silly ingredients and smushes them down flat. Retaliation over-promises and under-delivers. Richard Roeper of Chicago Sun-Times gave the movie 1.5 stars out of a possible four, branding it a ridiculous and overblown debacle that contained nothing but well-packaged garbage and further adding: To say G.I. Joe: Retaliation is a video game for the big screen is to insult a number of video games that are far more creative, challenging and better-looking.
For the 2013 Teen Choice Awards, G.I. Joe: Retaliation received four nominations (including Choice Movie: Action). Johnson was nominated for Favorite Male Buttkicker at the 2014 Kids Choice Awards. The film was also nominated twice at the Golden Trailer Awards for Best Action Trailer.
Potential sequel and reboot
In April 2013, reports surfaced that there would be a third G.I. Joe film, and it would likely be in 3D. The studio announced that Chu would return to direct the third film.
While at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, Chu talked about bringing Scarlett back in the next film. The writers of the second film are also thinking about bringing back the Baroness in the sequel. Johnson is interested in returning as Roadblock for the sequel, and Park has talked about a possible return as Snake Eyes and also including his pet wolf Timber. Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura has stated he is open to doing a G.I. Joe/Transformers crossover, which Chu stated that he would be interested in directing. Bonaventura told Beijing News that he hoped that Johnson and Willis would return, the script is still in the writing stage, and that they are considering adding a third important role.
By September of the same year, Chu was confirmed to direct the film, along with Snow White and the Huntsman writer Evan Daugherty to pen the film s script. On December 5, 2013, Daugherty talked about writing the film s script and his feelings about Duke being killed, but Chu told MTV that Tatum may return as Duke in the sequel. In an interview with Collider, Johnson stated that he believes Chu may not return to direct, due to working on the live-action Jem film, but they may find another director for the film. It was revealed that the third film will have a 2016 release date. In June 2014, di Bonaventura told Collider in an interview that they re meeting with new directors and filming may start in early 2015. The following month, Variety reported that Jonathan Lemkin will write the script for the film and will focus on Roadblock with Johnson returning. February of the following year, Film Divider reported that the twins Tomax and Xamot and Matt Trakker from the TV series M.A.S.K. will be appearing. In April, the studio hired Aaron Berg to write the film, and D. J. Caruso to direct the film. November 2015, Deadline reported that Akiva Goldsman will lead a writers room for the next G.I. Joe film. In September 2016, Byung-Hun Lee told LRM Review that the studio doing the third film is waiting on the actors to return, including Johnson.
In January 2017, Caruso stated that the script for the crossover movie is now being written. In May 2017, Dwayne Johnson stated that if the opportunity arises he would appear in any future G.I. Joe film, and that he hopes to be a part of the franchise expansion as well. It was announced in September 2017 that the third film is intended to serve more as a reboot of the franchise. The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Paramount announced the film will be released on March 27, 2020. In May 2018, That Hashtag Show reported that the film will be titled G.I. Joe: Ever Vigilant with Josh Appelbaum and André Nemec writing the film s script and that the studio are hoping to have Johnson sign on to reprise the role of Roadblock. The plot will reportedly feature his character assembling a new team of Joes with Dania Janack, Dr. Adele Burkhart, Wild Bill, Barbecue, General Flagg, Doc, and Keel-Haul joining forces to stop Tomax and Xamot Paoli from launching a dark matter WMD. The film is said to feature a cameo role for Cobra Commander. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura revealed that there have been some scripts for the sequel are currently in development.
A reboot of the film series, Snake Eyes, was released on July 23, 2021.
|Plot||The G.I. Joes are not only fighting their mortal enemy Cobra; they are forced to contend with threats from within the government that jeopardize their very existence.|
|Awards||Awards, 1 win & 12 nominations|
|Directors||Jon M. Chu|
|Writers||Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick|
|Stars||Dwayne Johnson, Channing Tatum, Adrianne Palicki|
|Produced by||Gary Barber,Roger Birnbaum,Lorenzo di Bonaventura,David Ellison,Herbert W. Gains,Dana Goldberg,Brian Goldner,Erik Howsam,Linda Pianigiani,Paul Schwake,Stephen Sommers|
|Music by||Henry Jackman|
|Cinematography by||Stephen F. Windon|
|Film Editing by||Roger Barton,Jim May|
|Casting By||Ronna Kress|
|Production Design by||Andrew Menzies|
|Art Direction by||Luke Freeborn,Alan Hook,Scott Plauche,Tom Reta,Sebastian Schroeder|
|Set Decoration by||Ron Cookson,Cynthia La Jeunesse|
|Costume Design by||Louise Mingenbach|
|Makeup Department||Martin Astles,Gloria Belz,Andrea Bowman,Daina Daigle,Adam Gaeta,Marcos Gonzales,Lee Gren,Thomas Hebert,Stacey Herbert,Tim Jarvis,Stephen Kelley,Todd Kleitsch,Sandra Linn Koepper,Erica Kyker,Natasha Ladek,Jack Lazzaro,Darryl Lucas,James MacKinnon,Annabelle MacNeal,Suzy Mazzarese-Allison,Yolanda Mercadel,Bart Mixon,Jessica Nelson,Rita Parillo,Kim Perrodin,Paige Reeves,Kent Richard,LeDiedra Richard-Baldwin,Crystal Ro,Kellie Robinson,Patrick Roig,Remi Savva,Rachel Solow,Perri Sorel,Tommie Strawther,Lauren Thomas,Todd Tucker,Adam Walls,Tony Ward,Crystal Woodford|
|Production Management||Kirby Adams,Vincent Agostino,Ralph Bertelle,Stewart Bethune,Sara Flamm,Daren Hicks,Shuhei Okabayashi,Jason Pomerantz,Richard Stirling|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Dave Casper,Stephanie Tull Coscina,Ellen M. Hillers,James LaRocca,Kevin Lum,James Madigan,Renee Marsella,Meaghan F. McLaughlin,Philip Nee Nee,Philip A. Patterson,Gerson Paz,Cali Pomes,James Roque,George Marshall Ruge,David Sardi|
|Art Department||Alexandra Adduci,A. Russell Amdal,Danny Dano Anderson,Scott M. Anderson,Michael Arena,Doug Bernard,Jason Bistarkey,Jack Blanchard,David Keith Broome,Jason Corgan Brown,Marshall T. Broyles,Shane Buckallew,Wesley Burt,David Christopher Campbell,Lorrie Campbell,Andrew M. Casbon III,Stephanie Charbonneau,Court Chu,John B. Clarey III,Todd Clevenger,Randall S. Coe,Alicia Connelly,Alec Contestabile,Daniel Cooke,Daniel Coulthard,Chris Craine,Kelton Cram,Brian Cross,Matthew R. Cunningham,Kristen Davis,Colin Dennis,Derek Devers,Russ Doyle,Alan Droeger,Patrick Faulwetter,Sarah Forrest,Rick Gamez,Sonia L. Garcia,Gregory T. Geniusz,Paul Giglione,Collin Grant,Damon Green,Michelle C. Harmon,Claire Hassig,Jeff Hinds,Benton Jew,Jock,Jeremy Johnson,Jerod Johnson,Billy Jilly Bones Jones,Melissa Pamela Jones,Tommy Karasoulis,Alexa Kinigopoulos,Garry Kirks,Lisa M. Kittredge-Rodriguez,Jared Krichevsky,Matthew James Kutcher,Heather La Kor,April LaBranche,Andree Lago,John Lamkin,Justin J. LaPresle,Stacy Lauricella,John Lavis,Michael F. LeBlanc Jr.,Austin T. LeValley,Ken Lewis Jr.,Andrew H. Lewis,Landon Lott,Janette Luttrell,Daniel A. Maes,Jerad Marantz,Steve Martemucci,John Hammer Maxwell,Todd McKibben,Wendy Means,Ron Mendell,Dave Merry,Michael Meyers,Joshua Min,Ralph Mock,Ricky Molnar,Robert J. Moore Jr.,Kimberly Murphy,Blaire Noonan,William Nutt,Cenay Oekmen,Francesco Onorato,Manuel Plank-Jorge,Brad Quintana,Steffen Reichstadt,Virle S. Reid,Logan Riese,Raj Rihal,Bert Rodriguez,Eric Rood,Marco Rubeo,George Sanchez,Sian C. Sanzone,Carlos Savant,Michelle Schluter-Ford,Scott Schneider,Terry Scott,Constantine Sekeris,David Shauger,Chad Simpson,Aaron Sims,Jason Soles,Victoria St. Pierre,Victor Stech,Jason Baldwin Stewart,Smith Stickney,Randy Syracuse,Gordon Thomas,Lionel Toyer,Gary Tuers,David Tureau,Miccah Underwood,Ely Vegh,Trinh Vu,Brian A. Waits,Clint Wallace,Bill Walters,Richard Blake Wester,David O. Whatley,Frank White,Jason Wicksell,Randall D. Wilkins,Jim S. Williams,Chris M. Wilson,Jane Wuu,Han Yu,Matt Zaff,Tony Ziegler,Zachary Zirlin,Francesco Corvino|
|Sound Department||Erik Aadahl,Matthew Armstrong,James Ashwill,David Bach,Phil Barrie,Richard Bullock Jr.,Blake Collins,John T. Cucci,Pud Cusack,Richard Duarte,Rickley W. Dumm,Joel Erickson,Judah Getz,John Guentner,Thomas Jones,Jonathan Klein,Mark LeBlanc,Erik H. Magnus,John Marquis,Scott Millan,Dan O Connell,Ralph Osborn,Andre Perreault,Tobias Poppe,Greg P. Russell,Douglas Shamburger,Ross Simpson,Becky Sullivan,Ethan Van der Ryn,Drew Webster,Chris Welcker,Ryan Young,James Bannon,Vikram Biswas,Blake Collins,Fredrick Cuevas,Evan Daum,Jason Dotts,Lee Dragu,David Michael Green,James Hyde,Jordan Lewis,John Jay Martyn,Reagan Mendoza,Chris Navarro,Jordan O Neill,Danny Reeves,John St. Denis,Billy Theriot|
|Special Effects by||David J. Barker,James Bomalick,Michael Brako,Chris Brenczewski,Roy K. Cancino,Michael Clarke,Joe Colwell,Sam Dean,Lawrence Decker,Matt DiSarro,Ante Dugandzic,Wayne Eaton,John Fleming,Anthony Francisco,Patrick Gagné,Skylar Gorrell,Morgan Guynes,Werner Hahnlein,Mik Kastner,Michael Kay,Steven D. Kline,Kristen Lobstein,Keith Marbory,Seth William Meier,Michael Meinardus,Ryan Meinardus,Doug Passarelli,David A. Poole,Michael Rifkin,Eric Rylander,Mike Sasgen,Anthony Simonaitis,Russell L. Smith,Blumes Tracy,Tom von Badinski,Daniel Yates,Douglas D. Ziegler|
|Visual Effects by||Marco Abbruzzese,Hunny Agarwal,Nikita Agrawal,Vipin Agrawal,Anjel Alcaraz,Carlos A. Alfaro Jr.,Patrick L. Almanza,Juan Alvarez,Michael Amato,Shudhdodhan Milind Ambhore,Anuj Anand,Katarzyna Ancuta,Schuyler Anderson,Florent Andorra,Jonathan Angelo,Pasquale Antonelli,Erick Aragon,Aaron Arendt,Rodrigo Armendariz,Austen Armus,Nicole Arnell,Abhishek Arya,Ambrish Ashish,Creighton Ashton,Lijo K. Baby,Paul A. Baccam,Yogesh Badhe,John Baer,Lance Baetkey,Kamila Baghernejad,Maggie Balaco,Jarret Ballard,Michael Balog,Gretchen Bangs,Carlo Barbera,Zeljko Barcan,K.C. Barnes,Brandon Barney,Kevin Barnhill,Dan Bartolucci,Jessica Bascom,Mark Battle,Christopher Batty,Bayard Baudoin,Geoffrey Baumann,Eric M. Beaver,Thad Beier,John Bell,Matthew E. Bell,Danielle Bemis,Jeannie Ben-Hain,Karina Benesh,Steven Benjamin,Brian N. Bentley,Mathew Berglund,Jeremy Berruel,Maxime Besner,Vijay Bharadwaj,Sourajit Bhattacharya,Lalit Bhavsar,Prakash Bhoir,Sameer Bhoyar,Sean Bittinger,Edward Blackford,Duncan Blackman,David Blemur,Vincent Blin,Mike Bodkin,Florin Boieriu,Nicholas Bolden,Marc Bonneviot,Siksit Boonyodom,Loganathan Boopathy,Henry Borrasso,Mayumi Boruah,Igor Boshoer,Guy Botham,Peter Bowmar,Andre Braithwaite,Timothy Brakensiek,Erik Bratlien,Milady Bridges,Daniel Brimer,Dan Brittain,Brian Broussard,Aaron Brown,Rochelle Brown,Matt Brumit,Amy Brunolli,Shauna Bryan,Page Buckner,J.D. Burditt,Bryan Burger,David Burton,Ray Bushey III,Daniela Cabrera,Jay Caguioa,John Cairns,Beverley Joy Camero,Jodi Campanaro,Caitlin Campbell,Alex Cancado,Cathleen M. Carden,Tasha Carlson,Simon Carr,Jeremy P. Carroll,Marla Carter Barrett,Tami Carter,Monica L. Castro,Korey J. Cauchon,Galen Caulfield,Sarah Cave,Luis Alberto Cayo,Joe Censoplano,Gabriel D. Cervantes,Josè Cervera,Min Hyun Cha,Snata Chakraborty,Justin Tatsuo Chan,Viki Chan,Sarah Chang,Cody Charfauros,Hunter Chase,Jayesh Chavan,Matt Chelstrom,Mark Chernausek,Peter Chesloff,Tagui Chilyan,Christopher Chinea,Ahdee Chiu,Eun-Jung Cho,Myong Choi,Bradley Chowning,Kristy Chrobak,Alan Chuck,Vincent Cirelli,Graham D. Clark,Jimi Clark,Darrell Claunch,Sean Clemons,Ryan Cleveland,Roberto Clochiatti,James Clowater,James Cochrane,Aurelien Collard,Chad E. Collier,Meagan Condito,Benjamin Conner,Michael Conte,Elliot Contreras,Matt Cordero,Johnathon Cormier,Michelle Cornwall,Maurice Cox,Karl Coyner,David Crane,Peter Cromwell,Thomas Crow,Ryan Cunningham,Jason Cutler,Brad Darrow,Sashwata Das,Markus Daum,Scott M. Davids,James Davis Jr.,Alan De Castro,Jeffrey de Guzman,Josh Deason,Rachel Pieper Decker,Val Dela Rosa,Damien Delaunay,Ruy Delgado,Alberto Della Regina,Levon Shant Demirjian,Andrew Dennis,Max Dennison,Ivy Depies,Julien Depredurand,Dominique Derrenger,Fefo Desouza,Francois-Maxence Desplanques,Rustin Devendorf,Bob Dewald,Amit Dhawal,Aleksandar Djordjevic,Gus Djuro,Megan Dolman,Raul Dominguez,Rene Dominguez,Jorik Dozy,Lukas Drake,Stéphanie Dubé,Brian Ducharme,Aubrey Dukes,Mrinal Dutta,C. Michael Easton,Matthew Eberle,Eric Ebling,Selwyn Eddy,Jeckson Edmilao,Jason Jay Edwards,David Emeny,Christian Emond,James England,Francisco Estrada,Paul John Faeldo,Brian Fanska,Christine Felman,Eric Feng,Jackie Fenton,Robin Pierce Ferber,Oniel Fernandes,Judith Ferrer,Juan Carlos Ferrá,Christopher Fillmore,Jerod Finn,Ryan Fisk,Laura Fitzpatrick,Matt Fleming,Omar A. Flores,Brian Flynn,Bridgette Foo,Les Foor,Jeremiah Forkkio,Alexis Forni,Brian Fortune,James Fouche,David Fowler,Emily Francione,Thomas H. Frederick,Andreas Frickinger,Miles Friedman,Travis Fruci,Maximilian Funke,Stephen A. Gall,Erik Gamache,Adam Gandola,Mayur Gangasagar,Danny Garcia,Robb Gardner,Adam Garnier,Meredith Garrison,Demitre Garza,Bryan Gauna,Joan Gauna,Bill George,Joel Gerlach,Neil Safeer Ghaznavi,Sudipta Ghosh,Lala Ghukasyan,Paul Giacoppo,Filippo Giansante,Jackson Gichuki,Matthew E. Gill,Andrea Giordano,Michael Goddard,Clarke Godwin,Derik Gokstorp,Jonathan Goldsmith,Chelsea Goodchild,John Goodson,Azzard Gordon,Lenny Gordon,Jason Gray,Pasquale Greco,Jessica Grimshaw,Nathan Grubbs,Branko Grujcic,Holly Gunn,Mike Gunter,Jason Michael Hall,Tyler Halle,Lindsay Hallett,Simon Halpern,Katie Hamberger,Ramón Hamilton,William F. Hamilton,Craig Hammack,Pam Hammarlund,H Haden Hammond,Josh Handley,Elissa Cordero Hansen,Sara Hansen,Zachary Hansen,Derek Hanson,Jon Hanzelka,Reginald Harber Jr.,Aisling Harbert-Phillips,Kyle Hardin,Rich Hardy Jr.,Brandon Harr,Peter Hart,Andrew Harvey,Brian Hawkins,Dustin Hayes,Trevor Hazel,Anup Kumar Hazra,John R. Hazzard,Jason Heapy,Alex Heffner,Brent Hensarling,Marla Neto Henshaw,Alicia Heraper,Jordan Heskett,Bryan M. Higgins,Darin Hilton,Ryan Hirsh,Sherry Hitch,Chad Hofteig,Sunghwan Hong,Michael Honrada,Thomas M. Horton,Jean-Francois Houde,Daryn Houston,Caleb J. Howard,Jen Howard,Pavel Hristov,Konstantin Hristozov,Nick Hsieh,Natapon Huangsakuncharoen,Jill E. Hughes,Lucas Hull,Christoffer Hulusjö,Peter Hunt,Katherine Hupp,Zameer Hussain,Marc Hutchings,Ilamuruguselvan,Paul Ingegneri,Daniel J. Ingram,Aruna Inversin,Brad Isdrab,Alexander Jacquet,Anine Jan,Jaime Jasso,Bernardo Jauregui,Daniel Jauregui,Avnish Jha,Amit Jhamb,Zahid Jiwa,Erik Johnson,Justin Johnson,Keith Johnson,Tim Johnson,Jared Jones,Katherine Renee Jones,Ryan Jones,Josephnixon,Guillaume Julien,Soyeon Jung,Corey Just,Mark Justison,Vijay Kadapatti,Alice Kahn,Lindsey Kaiser,Samuel Karlsson,Sudheesh Kattil,Nitin Kaushal,Prateek Kaushal,Paul Kavanagh,Ryan Keely,Ian Kelly,Shawn Kelly,Tushar Kewlani,Alex Khan,Yoonkwan Kim,Zachary Kinney,Banu Kiran,James Kirk,Sudheesh Kk,Seth Kleinberg,Terry Klopfenstein,Mike Knox,Prasanna Kodapadi,Gerry Kodo,Alexander Koehl,Karl Kohlman,Dean Koonjul,Justin Kosnikowski,David Krause,Benjamin Krebs,Arun Krishnan,Daniel Kuehn,Nitesh Kumar,Saumitra Kumar,Nicha Kumkeaw,Justin Lacalamita,Martin Lake,Alvado Landaberde,Priscilla Landerer,Warren Larkam,Mark Larranaga,Timothy Jay Latham,Daniel Khin Lay,Nha Hoan Le,Adrian Lee,Grant Lee,Jane Kyung Lee,Winston Lee,Stephen Lefebvre,Simon Legrand,Ryan Leonard,Sylvia T. Leung,Dave Levine,Janet Lewin,Joe Lewis,Seth Lickiss,Michael Ligammare,Jean Lin,Katie Linahon,Lisardo Liriano,Meng Liu,Tiansheng Liu,Adam Lo,Jo Lockman,Kegan Long,Kimberly Lorang,Shawn Lovette,Son Lu,Rob Lutz,Dustin Mackay,Shri Bindhu Madhav,James Madigan,Jessica Madsen,Arman Mafi,David Magee,Gokul Mahajan,Vaibhav Laxman Mahajan,Derek Maher,Pravin Mahtani,Mahesh Maity,Carson Majors,Yael Majors,David Maldonado,Sebastian Maldonado,Greg Malkin,Gabriel Mandala,Julian Mann,Roy Vincent Mann,Dev Mannemela,Mary E. Manning,Rebecca Manning,Jed Mao,Charana Mapatuna,Pavan Maradia,Mark Marcin,Andrew Marquez,David Marte,Tony Martin,Damon Martinez,Geordie Martinez,Marcel Caue Martins,Dena Massenburg,Dale Matasovsky,William Maurer,Dan Mayer,Kindra McCall,Brandon Jay McCartney,Russell McCoy,Will McCoy,Daniel McCue,Rob McCurdy,Robert McGlinchey,Elizabeth McKinney,David McMahon,Rick McMahon,Gregory L. McMurry,Greg Meeres-Young,Darshan Mehta,Ben Mekler,Kevin Melia,Carlos Mendoza Jr.,Cris Mertens,Mark Michaels,Neil Michka,David Miller III,Jed Miller,Lizz Miller,Damon Milman,Scott Mitchell,Mahito Mizobuchi,James Mohan,Farhad Mohasseb,Robert Molholm,Paul V. Molles,Paul Molodowitch,Christopher Montesano,Laurel Montgomery,Douglas L. Moore,Jim Moorhead,Michael Morehouse,Erik Morgansen,David Manos Morris,Glenn Morris,Immanuel Morris,William Morrison,Michelle Motta,David Antonin Mucci,Timothy Mueller,Mike Mulock,Balaji Muppalla,Carson Murdy,Dennis Murillo,Brian Murphy,Michael Murphy,Scott Musselman,Howie Muzika,Christopher Myerchin,Nate Myers,Sunny Nair,Emmi Nakagawa,Dheeraj Nakra,Mohan Narayanaswamy,Tom Narey,Gerardo Navarro,C. Michael Neely,Mark Nettleton,Marla Newall,Pete C. Newbauer,Matthew Newhart,Sheau Horng Ng,Jesse Nicodemus,Rajesh Nimje,Katharina Nimmervoll,Thomas Nittmann,Sonia Niu,Reika Nixon,Thijs Noij,Ronnie Noisuwan,Ranen Nongmaithem,John Norris,Brett Northcutt,Collette Nunes,David O Brien,Jenni O Byrne,Chris O Connell,Patrick O Riley,Dano O Shaughnessy,Cenay Oekmen,Lalit Om Prakash,Khatsho John Orfali,Raphael Oseguera,Marc Ostroff,Christopher Page,Kevin Page,Oliver Palmer,Saurabh Pandey,Jesse Parkhill,Aaron Parry,Dana Passarella,Nikki Pataracchia,Parag Patel,Vishal Patel,Yogesh Pathak,Amol Patil,Demetrios Patsiaris,Dan Patterson,Eion-Ray Patterson,Niki Patterson,Allison Paul,Uppu Pavanrajesh,Simon Payne,Javier Paz,Vasho Pekar,Lyndsey Pendley,Michael Perdew,Daniel Perez,Miles Perkins,Angelo Perrotta,Emanuele Pescatori,Betsy Peters,Binoy Peters,Kiana Petersen,Roland Petrizza,Christine Petrov,Chi Pham,Hieu Phan,Michael Phan,David Jeffrey Phillips,Phets Phonasa,Ezra Pike,Joseph Vincent Pike,Raphael A. Pimentel,David Piombino,Erik Ploneda,Jason Porter,Justin Porter,Pavel Pranevsky,Kumar Praveen,Alex Prichard,Stephen Priest,Esdras Prudente,Derek N. Prusak,Michael Pugh,Yao Qin,Christin Quek,Christian Quickle,Juan Carlos Quintana,Cindy Rago,Velmurugan Rajamani,Michael Ralla,Francisco Ramirez,Sasmit Ranadive,Jeff Ranasinghe,Ollie Rankin,Prabhamrit Raryan,Justin Ray,William Reges,Mick Reid,Patrick Reilly,Ari Reisner,Roberto Renzetti,Pedro Luis Reyes,Grover Richardson,Jason Richardson,Leroy Riche,Geoffroi Ridel,Mike Rim,Agustin Rios,Ariz Akhtar Rizvi,Becky Roberts,Matthew S. Rodgers,Arturo Rodriguez,Lauren Rodriguez,Raymond Rodriguez,Rob S. Rogers,Lesley Rooney,Patric Roos,Vincent Robert Rosas,Zachary J. Rose,Brogan Ross,Jennifer Aurora Ross,Greg Ruane,Rachel Rubenstein,Nathan Rusch,Dhumal Sagar,Abhinav Sah,Champak Saha,Imran Sajid,Shreedhar Sammohinivis,Dylan Sanchez,Mike Sanders,Theodore M. Sandifer,German Sandoval,Eric Sanford,David Sanger,Lukas Sarralde,K L Sateesh Varma,Sathiyakumar,Takayuki Sato,Davis Saunders,Evan Saunders,Daniel Schrepf,Ryan Schubert,Brian Schultz,Jameson Schultz,Victor Schutz,Shaun Scott,Dan Seddon,Wendy Seddon,Rene Segura,Taruna Sehgal,Parker Sellers,Den Serras,Nick Sewatsky,Shafiuddin,Foad Shah,Mansi Shah,Ira Shain,Shruti Shankar,Stanislav Shapetskiy,Betty Shaw,Kodeeswaran Shenbagaram,William Sherak,Sandeep Sheth,Sainath Shinde,Vaidehi Shinde,Sujitkumar Shirkar,Payam Shohadai,Adnan Siddique,Joey Sila,Marcus Silvera,Jared Simeth,Stacey Simmons,Ajit Singh,Harsimmar Singh,Pankaj Kumar Singh,Rajeev Singh,Edmond Smith III,Brian L Smith,Corey Smith,Morgan Smith,Michael Solorzano,Marque Pierre Sondergaard,Siyu Song,Ryan Spyker,Andrea R. Stephens,Jeremy Sternberg,Joe Woodward Stevenson,Nicole Stevenson,G. Allen Stewart,Nicholas Stocker,Mohite Suraj,Suresh,Kamalakar Suryavanshi,Richard Sutherland,Tolly Swallow,Steven Swanson,Frank Synowicz,Lionel Taillens,Srikalyan Tallapragada,Victor Tancredi-Ballugera,Lai Lin Tang,Julien Taton,Brandon Taylor,Jessica Teach,Corinne Teng,Beau Teora,Christopher Terry,Nick Tesi,Scott Tessier,Raphael Thiery,Guillaume Thimus,Jason Thomas,Brian Thomason,Johan Thorngren,Stephen Thornhill,Rupert Thorpe,Eric Timm,Robert Tobin,David Toepfer,Syria Toliver,Dave Tonnesen,David Tonnesen,Brian A. Torres,Connor Tracy,Derek Tracy,Khuong Tran,Thomas Tran,Tuong-Van Tran,Daniel Trebac,Hardik Trivedi,John Trotter,Bryan Trowbridge,Denis Trutanic,Ervin Tuazon,Liam Tully,Sam Tung,Ben Turner,Lisa Dawn Tynes,Jason Ullrich,Luke Vallee,Jim Van Allen,Josiah Van Arsdel,Michael Van Eps,Jennifer Van Horn,Jeremy Vanneman,Sherin Varghese,Kerry Vasquez,Amy Vatanakul,Carl Vazquez,Marci Velando,Aurelio x. Vera Jr.,Vanessa Vera,Navin Verma,Jared James Vest,Vijayanand,Sachin Vishwas,Ghanshyam Sureshbhai Waghela,Shivaji Waikhom,Lyndsay Wall,Pablo Wang,Alexander Ware,Jeffrey Warnhoff,James Waterson,Gregory Watkins,Anastasia Watson,Chase Watson,Carrie Watts,Harold Weed,Matt Welch,Cliff Welsh,Evan Wen,Kelly Wescott,Angelo White,Faith Whitehead,Ryan Wiederkehr,Lyndsey Will,Edson Williams,Sam Willing,Jay Wilson,Ryan M. Wilson,Virginia Wilson,Kyle Winkelman,Bruce Woloshyn,Eric Wong,Pam Wong,Anthony Wonsoff,Annabel Wright,Trevor Wyatt,Garrett Wycoff,Umashanker Yadav,Mert Yamak,Marvin Yanez,Momo Yang,Jose Yapor,Long Yinghan,Scott Younkin,Lisa Yu,Sonia Yu,Walter Yuan,Elana Zaklis,Daniel Zamora,Nicholas Zamot,Adam Zanotto,David Zbriger,Hansu Zhan,Andrew Zink,Lakshmi Ziskin,Barry Zubel,Roxanne Zuckerman,Nada Abdou,Rose Adler,Tennille Alcindor,Miriam Alvarez,Rajesh Babu,Darren Bailey,Sreyans Bardia,Giovanni Bucci,Hariprasad Chandran,Michael Colburn,Sarah Davis,Karthik Kumar Durairaj,Rafael Echegaray,Victor Frenkel,P. Whitney Gearin,Mardi Girard,Austin Glass,Stephane Grabli,Nick Haines,Don Ho Han,Dorne Huebler,William Jackson,Hetal Jain,Kim Jardin,John Johansson,Eric Johnston,Bhautik Joshi,Mike Jutan,Goran Kocov,Jean Le Koh,David Lenihan,Hao Li,Giuseppe Lipari,Andreu Lucio Archs,Scott Morrissey,Travis Murray,Naren Naidoo,Farzad Fuzz Namdjoo,Prashanth Narayanan,Hector Navarro,Prakash Pathak,Tom Piedmont,Dan Platt,Radhakrishnan,Spencer Reynolds,Rachel Rose,Rohit Sardesai,V. Gouri Shankar Rao,Janice A.L. Tan,Seye Tesfazgy,Jeremy Therrien,Joseph Towe,Corey Turner,Ricardo Velez,Wesley Welcomer,Yuting Ye|
|Stunts||Andy Abele,Tom Akos,Jay Amor,John L. Armijo,Jeffery Aro,Hunter Baxley,Paul Borne,Sean Paul Braud,Jeff Brockton,Joe Bucaro III,Keith Campbell,Trace Cheramie,Ilram Choi,Arnold Chon,Alan D Antoni,Calvin Dean,Loren Dennis,J. Mark Donaldson,Shauna Duggins,David Dunaway,Thomas DuPont,Andy Dylan,Chris J. Fanguy,Dane Farwell,Scott Favelle,Christian J. Fletcher,Lex D. Geddings,Chris Geisler,Dean Hart,Thirl Haston,Zac Henry,Yoshio Iizuka,André Jette,Doo-hong Jung,Jacob Kabel,Dennis Keiffer,Matthew S. Kennedy,Evlin Lake,Dave Lane,Thomas J. Larsen,Kurt D. Lott,Tara Macken,Hans Marrero,Rob Mars,Ian Mclaughlin,Josh Mueller,Phil Ortiz,Garrik Palumbo,Damion Poitier,Ming Qiu,Alec Rayme,Tanoai Reed,Kevin Reid,Steven Ritzi,J.C. Robaina,Brady Romberg,Ross Morgan Ruben,Eric R Salas,William Scharpf,Aaron Toney,Ayhan Tongadur,Albert Valladares,Eric VanArsdale,Jimmy Waitman,Cord Walker,Brian J. Williams,Joe Nin Williams,Stuart F. Wilson,Kerry Wong,Travis Wong,John Zimmerman,Casey Adams,Tom Akos,Jason Ament,John Ashker,Dean Bailey,Hunter Baxley,Kevin Beard,Tim Bell,Matt Berberi,Sean Paul Braud,Chelsea Bruland,Trent Brya,Chris Bryant,Joe Bucaro III,Ilram Choi,Alvin Chon,Tom Cohan,Geo Corvera,Shawn Crowder,J. Mark Donaldson,Shauna Duggins,David Dunaway,Andy Dylan,Nick Epper,Chris J. Fanguy,Dane Farwell,Guy Fernandez,Christian J. Fletcher,David Funk,Lex D. Geddings,Salar Ghajar,Tanner Gill,Nick Gomez,Jason Gray,Dean Grimes,Luke Hawx,Casey Hendershot,Jim Henry,Zac Henry,Nick Hermz,Brian Ho,Toby Holguin,Zach Hudson,Michael Jamorski,Doo-hong Jung,Steve Kelso,Steve Kim,Joel Michael Kramer,Dave Lane,Shawn Patrick Lane,Nito Larioza,Tony Lazzara,Victor Lopez,Kurt D. Lott,Tara Macken,Mike Majesky,Kortney Manns,Rob Mars,Eddie Matthews,Mike Mayhall,Ian Mclaughlin,George Mederos,Sam Medina,Tim Mikulecky,Hiroo Minami,Rene Mousseux,Josh Mueller,Dean Mumford,Carl Anthony Nespoli,Lin Oeding,Brian Oerly,Michael Ortiz,Phil Ortiz,Victor Paguia,Jim Palmer,Lloyd Pitts,Freddie Poole,Tom Proctor,Ming Qiu,Víctor Quintero,Tanoai Reed,Kevin Reid,Eric R Salas,Bruce Sanders Jr.,Felipe Savahge,Erik Schultz,Mike Seal,Tom Sicola,Tim Sitarz,Grant Smith,Han Soto,Greg Sproles,Spencer Stone,Eric Stratemeier,Don Thai Theerathada,Matt Thompson,Monte Thompson,Kent Thomson,William Tilk,Ty Trand,Albert Valladares,Eric VanArsdale,Mikal Vega,Cord Walker,Brian J. Williams,Joe Nin Williams,Stuart F. Wilson,Ned Yousef,John Zimmerman|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Phillip Abeyta,Tarik Naim Alherimi,Austin Alward,Eric D. Anderson,Joshua Anderson,Jason Augustin,Gerald Autin,Rocky Babcock,Robert Baird,Patrick Barnes,Mike Barnett,Dacoda Bartels,Russell Beard,Ian Beer,Patrick Bensimmon,Hans Bjerno,Steve Bussmann,Kris Butler,Kenneth Coblentz,Chris Cochran,Rene Crusto,Jake Czepiel,Brian Dallas,Crystal Dallas,Brandon Dauzat,Eric DePoorter,Alan Downs,Tulio Duenas,Ferdinand Duplantier Jr.,Christopher Duskin,Eric Dvorsky,Brian Dzyak,Stephen Early,Brent Egan,Travis Elkins,Guy Fernandez,Chris Fisher,Bradley Floyd,Matt Fortlage,Stephen M. Foss,Yuriy Fuks,Tyler Garrett,Brad Garris,Michael Giannaccio,Peter Graf,Everett Grant,Tonja Greenfield,Brad Mo Gremillion,Nicholas Groetsch,Shane E. Gros,Robb W. Gunderson,Mark Haas,Geoffrey Haley,Christian Hardy,Adam Harrison,Russell Hawkes,Tim Hawn,Robert Heine,Brad Heiner,Jason Hibarger,John C. Hoffler Jr.,Richard T. Hoover,Colin Hudson,Joshua Huval,Robert Ikeda,Gregory Irwin,Jerry M. Jacob,Kyle Jenkins,Jimmy E. Jensen,Jeb Johenning,Chris Owen Jones,Oren Jones,Larron Rome Julian,Lonnie Kahoe,Barry Kaiser,Michael Kelem,Gary Kelso,Samuel Kemp,William Kent,Jan Klompje,Richard Landry,Eric Laudadio,Justin LeBlanc,Ronnie LeBlanc,Thomas E. Lee,Bob Leitelt,Josh Levy,Kevin Lippincott,Joe Lotuaco,Patrick Loungway,Bryce Marshall,Bradley Martin,Ronald Ronnie Martin,John McGonegle,Dan McKee,Nicholas McKenzie,Trenton McRae,Glenn E. Moran,Joey Moran,Jonathan Morrill,Robert Morrison,Brent Swampy Mullins,Shawn A. Mutchler,Adrian Neri,Robert S. Nielsen,David B. Nowell,Jaim O Neil,Paul Olinde,Jerone A. Ordon Sr.,Frank Parrish,Phil Pastuhov,Max Patrucco,Sam Pearcy,Morten Petersen,Jonathan Plaeger,Keith Pokorski,Brian Posslenzny,Michael C. Price,Jason Prowell,Rell Putt,Kerry Rawlins,Joshua Rayner,Robert Reid,Mackie Roberts,Jonathan E. Robinson,Donald Roth,C.J. Roy,Landon Ruddel,Andy Ryan,Declan Ryan,R. Dustin Sanchez,Ted Sapp,Jacob Sauerbrey,Colin Scherr,Codie Scott,C. Alexander Sears,James Selph,Zachary Sieffert,Derek Smith,Stephanie Sousa,Brandon Swain,Chad Taylor,Jonathan Terpstra,Daniel Tkaczyk,Peter Tommasi,Remi Tournois,Michael Trejo,Jaimie Trueblood,Jeffery J. Tufano,Trevor Tufano,Jesse Valenzuela,Chad Vanko,Sergio Villegas,Amanda Warning,Kristopher Weaver,Jeremy Webre,Mark H. Weingartner,Jordan Whaley,Tony Whiteside,Wylie Whitesides,James D. Wickman,Travis Williams,Alex P. Willson,Ryland Witten-Smith,Marvin Wright,Lev Yevstratov,Jayden York,Steve Zeiger,Tomislav Culina,Steve Harnell,Trenton McRae|
|Animation Department||Robert Diaz,Jason Fittipaldi,Rajeev Ranjan,Abhijeet Suryawanshi,Andy Wong|
|Casting Department||Robin Batherson,Noa Franco,Charlotte Gale,Jason Landry,Georgia Simon,Leslie Woo|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Chris Alexander,Corey Bronson,Toby Bronson,Suzanne M.B. Chambliss,Keith Christensen,Christian Cordella,Meghan Cornay,Sophia Coronado,Erin Dell amore,Jose Fernandez,Ryk Fortuna,Christopher Gilman,Javier G. Gonzalez,Kelly Herdus,Juliana Hoffpauir,Kim M. Holly,Frances Jacques-LeCompte,Jimmy Kenney,Mitchell Ray Kenney,Sarah P. Koeppe,Brittany Lathan,Ashley Martin,Robert Mata,Alison McCosh,Marjorie McCown,Gayle Merindino,Heather Rae Miller,Josh Nizzi,Liz Oliver,Tim Phoenix,Renee Ragucci-Shelton,Cheri Reed,Jo Riley,Constantine Sekeris,Laura Faye Sirkin-Brown,Giselle Spence,Andreas Vasshaug,Lesley D. Wickham,Rodney Williamson,Kelly Porter|
|Editorial Department||Milton Adamou,J. Cody Baker,Jason Corgan Brown,Michael Buck,David Cowles,Phillip Dawe,Laurent Dupepe,Greg Emerson,Jamie Fortenberry,Bradley Greer,Vinka Jurisic,Kenny G. Krauss,Rudy Lopez,Cris Mertens,Harry Muller,Derek N. Prusak,Erik Rogers,Adrian Scherger,Brett Schlaman,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Steven Trapani,Calvin Wimmer,Matt Brooks,Matthew W. Johnson,Ravi Malhotra,Ian Sullivan|
|Location Management||Katie Aboudou,Joaquin Aragon,Ashley Bunge,Michael Dittmar,Katherine Dolese,Erin Fitzgerald,Brady Flynn,Charlie French,Paul Giordano,Christian Glymph,Justin M. Hamilton,Craig Harvey,Elston Howard,Stephen LeBlanc,Ed Lipscomb,Matt McLellan,Gregory McNamara,Robin Mounsey,Matthew Dillon Noonan,Peggy Pridemore,Frederick G. Schroeder|
|Music Department||Vivian Aguiar-Buff,Craig Beckett,Alex Belcher,Mark Berrow,Rachel Bolt,Tim Boot,Thomas Bowes,Dudley Bright,Nicholas Bucknall,Lori Castro,Cantillation Choir,Paul Clarvis,Stephen Coleman,Ann De Renais,George Doering,Michael Dore,Sarah Eyden,Dave Fuest,Frank J. Garcia,Andrew Glen,Nick Glennie-Smith,Kevin Globerman,Nigel Gomm,Gavin Greenaway,Isobel Griffiths,Opie Gruves,Elizabeth Hedman,Alex Henery,Stephen Hilton,Michael Hoffman,Philippe Honoré,Scott Hosfeld,Ian Humphries,Joel Hunter,Hybrid,Henry Jackman,Garfield Jackson,Lana Jackson,John Jezard,Eli Rolfe Johnson,Jonathan N. Johnson,Skaila Kanga,Andrew Kawczynski,Paul Kegg,Dan Kelley,Gary Kettel,Andrew Kinney,Josephine Knight,Steven Kofsky,Daniel Kresco,Joanna Forbes L Estrange,Sophie Langdon,Oli Langford,Chris Lawrence,Gabrielle Lester,Dominic Lewis,Tony Lewis,London Philharmonic Orchestra,Steve Mair,Matthew Margeson,Lorriane McAslan,Darrin McCann,Don McVay,Metro Voices,Aaron Meyer,Alan Meyerson,Eleanor Meynell,Ewan Mitchell,Kate Moore,Gareth Morris,Joe Perry,Radu Pieptea,Tom Pigott Smith,Daniel Pinder,Larry Rench,Jay B. Richardson,Frank Ricotti,Benjamin R. Robinson,Dan Rosenboom,Peter Rotter,James T. Sale,Katrina Schiller,Scott Michael Smith,Scott Stambler,Jill Streater,Steve Trowell,Allen Walley,Lawrence Wallington,Jessica Wells,Christian Wenger,Lucy Whalley,Booker White,Bruce White,Jonathan Williams,Nick Wollage,Warren Zielinski,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Frank Macchia|
|Script and Continuity Department||Karin Anderson,Samantha C. Kirkeby|
|Transportation Department||John S. Baker,Kirk Baptiste,Mark L. Basler,Virgil Bienemy,Myron D. Bunch,Donald Burdett,Dawn Cook,Donald Dibartolo,Lance Elam,Danielle Fredrickson,Joey Freitas,Mitchell Greg,Mike Hitch,David Holm,Rene Horstmann,Earl R. Hurst Sr.,Lionel C. Johnson,Mary Jumpierre,Randy Kinyon,Amy Jo Larsen,Reggie Louque,James W. Nelson,John G. Oliver,Willie D. Partin,Randy Peters,Jimmy Ray Pickens,Lucas Pierce,Jesse Quiet,Jeff Rachal,Phil Schriber,Thomas P. Siemen,Marc Uddo,June Wischler,Christy Zeller|
|Additional Crew||Christian Agypt,Elise Aliberti,Caroline Andrade,Joaquin Aragon,Lauren Astore,Arin Babaian,Ismail Bashey,Tommy Bernard,Anna L. Blanchard,Jessica Bonander,Melanie A. Bonhomme,Erin Booth,Bill Bost,Kara Bowman,Beau Brasseaux,Shirly Brener,Jennifer Brown,Jerome Butler,Steve Cainas,Lisa M. Calhoun,Gregory S. Carr,Laura Caulfield,Ryan Celli,Jason Chandler,Corey Chavers,Leslie Clampitt,Chris Clinton,Ashleigh Coffelt,Kyle Cooper,Christy M. Corb,Ian Courtney,Zane Crump,Reed Daigle,Allison Daly,Ian Dawson,Tina Dawson,Angel De La Vina,Ashley De La Vina,Brittney Diez,Allison Dillard,Robert Douthat,Brian Dzyak,Stephen J. Eads,Zack Earl Edwards,Bryan Ellenburg,Heidi Falconer,David Fencl,Hazen S. Finnerty Jr.,Cliff Fleming,Cory Fleming,Matthew Ford,Alison J. Forest,Ashley Foster,Samuel Foster,Ran Francke,Byron Fudge,Gregory Allen Gabroy,Naomi Galatas,Hiram Garcia,Moira Glace,Nicholas Glekas,Christian Glymph,David Godbout,Jesse Goodman,Josephine L. Gordon,Shane Grady,Steve Gray,Pamela B. Green,Matt Grimm,Dan Gutierrez,Joe Hagg,Justin M. Hamilton,Mark Hava,Francis Hemsley,Zachary Holmes,Heather Holton,Ann Horton,Ross Jensen,Seth M. Johnson,Sam Kalidi,Katye Kalivoda,Yuka Kato,Justin Kell,Chris Kieffer,Timber Kislan,Iran Kuykendall,Robert Lamkin,Bruce Lamond,Carl Lawson,Nicole Lederman,Amy Lehman,Chris Lombard,Julie Lopinto,Kevin Lorio,Adam Lubanski,Ahmed Lucan,Yehuda MacDougall,Corey S. Mah,Kathryn Malm,Francesca M. Mannix,Cristen Martemucci,Natalie Masciale,Mimi N. McGreal,Heather McKay,Mark Menaker,Lauri Mills,Stewart Scott Mitchell,Richard Momii,Denise Mora,Raymundo Morales,Eva Morgan,Frédéric North,Jonathan Osland,Rob Overbeck,Michael Panevics,Chantel Passantino,Kristin Peterman,Chris Petro II,Linda Pianigiani,Katie Weiss Porter,Kenneth Pratt,Brie Puneky,Bradley Randall,Michael Randolph,Paul Rathburn,Nick Reasons,Bea S. Rembeczky,Blake Roussel,Kelly Safrit,Ben Samuels,Maritza Sanchez,Christopher Scott,Akbar Shaikh,Dadasaheb Shaikh,Bridget Shaw,Mindy Sheldon,Pauline S. Storms,Darren Sumner,Jared Swidzinski,Quay Terry,Debbie Tieman,A.J. Timmcke,Lionel Toyer,Jodi Tripi,Miccah Underwood,Joshua David Vaile,Jarik Van Sluijs,Alexander Vogan,Adam Walls,Derrick Bentley Wells,Alexander B. Williams,Aaron V. Williamson,Eric Scott Williamson,Trey Wilson,Scott Winn,Roy Barrios,Daniel James Fassler,Greg Ferris,Geraldine Glenn,Jason Phillip Johnson,Jason Mesias,Nick Porcino,Kendra Rasmussen|
|Thanks||Paul Borne,Michael Huber|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi|
|Companies||Paramount Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Skydance Media|
|Keywords||gi joe,snow adventure,ninja,martial arts,ensemble cast|