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G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is a 2009 American military science fiction action film based on the toy franchise created by Hasbro, with particular inspiration from the comic book series and toy line G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. It is the first installment in the live-action G.I. Joe film series. The film was directed by Stephen Sommers. G.I. Joe features an ensemble cast based on the various characters of the franchise. The story follows two American soldiers, Duke and Ripcord, who join the G.I. Joe Team after being attacked by Military Armaments Research Syndicate (M.A.R.S.) troops.

After leaked drafts of the script were criticized by fans, Larry Hama, writer of the comic, was hired as creative consultant, and rewrites were made. Filming took place in Downey, California, and Prague s Barrandov Studios, and six companies handled the visual effects.

The film made its world premiere at the Grauman s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California on August 6, 2009, and was theatrically released worldwide the following day, following an extensive marketing campaign focused on the Mid-American public. The Rise of Cobra opened at the top of the box office and went on to gross over $302 million worldwide by the end of its run, though critical reception was generally negative. A sequel, titled G.I. Joe: Retaliation, was released on March 28, 2013.


In the 2019, weapons master James McCullen has created a nanotech-based weapon—nanomites designed to devour metal and other materials, capable of destroying anything from tanks to cities. The nanobots can only be stopped by activating the kill switch. His company M.A.R.S. sells four warheads to NATO, and NATO troops led by American soldiers Duke and Ripcord are asked to deliver the warheads. Their convoy is ambushed by the Baroness, whom Duke recognizes to be his ex-fiancée Ana Lewis. Duke and Ripcord are rescued by special ops Scarlett, Snake Eyes, Breaker, and Heavy Duty. They take the warheads to The Pit, G.I. Joe s command center in Egypt, and upon arriving, rendezvous with the head of the G.I. Joe Team, General Hawk. Hawk takes command of the warheads and excuses Duke and Ripcord, only to be convinced to let them join his group, after Duke reveals that he knows the Baroness.

McCullen is revealed to be using the same nanotechnology to build an army of soldiers with the aid of the Doctor, planning on using the warheads to cause worldwide panic and bring about a new world order. Using a tracking device, McCullen locates the G.I. Joe base and sends the ninja Storm Shadow and the Baroness to retrieve the warheads, with assistance from infiltration specialist and master spy Zartan.

After a fight, Storm Shadow and the Baroness retrieve the warheads and take them to Baron DeCobray, the Baroness s husband, for him to weaponize in his particle accelerator; after he reluctantly does this, DeCobray is killed by Storm Shadow. Making their way to Paris, the Joes pursue the Baroness and Storm Shadow, but are unsuccessful in stopping them from launching one of the missiles. The missile hits the Eiffel Tower and releases the nanomites in it, destroying the tower and some of the surrounding area before Duke manages to hit the kill switch. However, in doing so, he is captured and taken to McCullen s base under the Arctic, while the Joes are to be deported from France; having been framed for destroying the Eiffel Tower.

The Joes, rather than going back to The Pit as ordered, locates the secret base and fly there, as McCullen loads the three remaining warheads onto three missiles, which are aimed for Beijing, Moscow, and Washington, DC, the world s three most important capitals. He states that he intends to do this because by killing millions of people in these cities, he will strike fear into the hearts of every man, woman, and child on the planet, after which they will turn to the person with the most power in the world, the President of the United States. After Snake Eyes takes out one missile, Ripcord destroys the remaining two by using a stolen M.A.R.S. prototype Night Raven jet, while Scarlett, Breaker, and Snake Eyes infiltrate the base. Snake Eyes duels and prevails over Storm Shadow. Duke learns that McCullen s employer the Doctor is actually Rex Lewis, Ana s brother, believed to have been killed by a mistimed airstrike during a mission led by Duke (also the origin of the alienation between Duke and Ana). Rex had encountered Dr. Mindbender in the bunker and was seduced by the nanomite technology, taking too long to retrieve the data and getting caught in the bombing, which disfigured him and having to a wear a mask to help him breathe. After freeing Duke, the Baroness is subdued, as the Doctor reveals he has implanted her with nanomites, which has put her under his control for the past four years. Attempting to kill Duke using a flamethrower, McCullen ends up being burned when Duke shoots the weapon and causes it to explode, so Rex and he flee to an escape vessel. Duke and the Baroness pursue him while the Joes fall back after Rex activates the base s self-destruct sequence, which involves blowing the ice cap to create blocks of ice which then nearly crush the Joes.

Rex assumes the identity of the Commander, having healed McCullen s burned face with nanomites, transforming his skin into a silver-like substance and naming him Destro , which places McCullen under the Commander s control. They are captured by G.I. Joe soon after. On the supercarrier USS Flagg, the Baroness is placed in protective custody until they can remove the nanomites from her body. Meanwhile, Zartan, having had his physical appearance altered by nanomites, infiltrates the White House during the missile crisis and assumes the identity of the President of the United States, thus completing a part of McCullen s plan to rule the world, now as The Commander s contengency and acting leader of a reorganized M.A.R.S., now dubbed COBRA.


G.I. Joe

  • Channing Tatum as Conrad Hauser / Duke:The lead soldier. Lorenzo di Bonaventura was originally interested in casting Mark Wahlberg, and when the script was rewritten into a G.I. Joe origin story, the studio offered the role to Tatum. Tatum had played a soldier in Stop-Loss, an anti-war film, and originally wanted no part in G.I. Joe, which he felt glorified war. The actor later detailed that he wound up in the film due to a contractual obligation with Paramount, given Tatum signed a three-picture deal following Coach Carter. Tatum was a fan of the G.I. Joe franchise growing up, and expressed interest in playing Snake Eyes despite Paramount wanting him for Duke.
  • Dennis Quaid as General Clayton Abernathy / Hawk:The Joes commanding officer. Quaid described Hawk as a cross between Chuck Yeager and Sgt. Rock and maybe a naïve Hugh Hefner . Quaid s son convinced him to take on the part, and the filmmakers enjoyed working with him so much, Stuart Beattie wrote 10 to 15 more scenes for the character. He filmed all his scenes within the first two months of production.
  • Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Hershel Dalton / Heavy Duty:An ordnance expert and field commander of the team. Common was offered the role of Heavy Duty s cousin Roadblock, although Bonaventura previously indicated Heavy Duty was being used in that character s stead. Stuart Beattie ultimately chose to have Heavy Duty instead of Roadblock.
  • Rachel Nichols as Shana M. O Hara / Scarlett:Scarlett graduated from college at age 12 and became the team s intelligence expert. Having left school so early, she does not understand men s attraction to her. Nichols was the first choice for the role. Nichols had dyed her blonde hair red—Scarlett s hair color—for her role in Star Trek, which she filmed before G.I. Joe. She burned herself filming an action sequence with Sienna Miller.
  • Marlon Wayans as Wallace Weems / Ripcord:A pilot with a romantic interest in Scarlett. A fan of the franchise, Wayans was cast on the strength of his performance in Requiem for a Dream. Bonaventura said that the film showed Wayans could be serious as well as funny.
  • Ray Park as Snake Eyes:A mysterious ninja commando who took a vow of silence, a departure from the character s traditional difficulty in speaking due to grievous vocal wounds, a close member of the Arashikage ninja clan, and Storm Shadow s rival. Park specifically practiced wushu for the role, as well as studying the character s comic book poses. Park was already familiar with the character, but knew very little of the surrounding saga of G.I. Joe versus Cobra, so he read the comics to further understand the character. He was nervous about wearing the mask, which covered his entire head quite tightly, so he requested to practice wearing it at home. He found the full costume, including the visor, very heavy to wear and akin to a rubber band; he had to put effort into moving in it.Leo Howard as Young Snake Eyes
  • Leo Howard as Young Snake Eyes
  • Saïd Taghmaoui as Abel Shaz / Breaker:The team s communications specialist and hacker. He is seen chewing gum during the Battle of Paris in an homage to the original character.
  • Karolína Kurková as Courtney Krieger / Cover Girl:Hawk s aide-de-camp. Kurková described going from her modeling career to making such a film as an amazing experience , but said she was upset about not taking part in any action sequences.
  • Brendan Fraser (uncredited cameo) as Geoffrey Stone IV / Sergeant Stone:Fraser was reportedly going to play Gung-Ho, but was instead later revealed to be playing Sergeant Stone. According to the director s commentary on the DVD, Fraser begged director Stephen Sommers to be in the movie, making it his fourth collaboration with Sommers after The Mummy franchise.


  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Rexford G. Rex Lewis / The Doctor / Cobra Commander:The Baroness s brother, a former soldier who was thought to have been killed during a mission led by Duke—instead, he became the disfigured head scientist of Military Armament Research Syndicate (M.A.R.S.). USA Today reported that Gordon-Levitt would play multiple roles. Gordon-Levitt wore prosthetic makeup under a mask that was redesigned from the comics because the crew found it too reminiscent of the Ku Klux Klan. Upon seeing concept art of the character, Gordon-Levitt signed on because; I was like, I get to be that? You re going to make that in real life and stick it on me? Cool. Let me do it. That s a once-in-lifetime opportunity. Gordon-Levitt is a friend of Tatum and they co-starred in Stop-Loss and Havoc. His casting provided extra incentive for Tatum to join the film. Gordon-Levitt described his vocal performance as being half-reminiscent of Chris Latta s voice for the 1980s animated series, but also half his own ideas, because he felt rendering it fully would sound ridiculous.
  • Christopher Eccleston as James McCullen / Destro:A weapons designer and the founder of M.A.R.S. who is the main villain in the early part of the film. Irish actor David Murray was originally cast as Destro, but was forced to drop out due to visa issues. Murray was later cast as an ancestor of James McCullen in a flashback scene.
  • Sienna Miller as Ana Lewis / Anastascia DeCobray / The Baroness:The sister of Cobra Commander and a spy. Years earlier, the Baroness was going to marry Duke, but he left her at the altar, due to his guilt over her brother s apparent death. Miller auditioned for the part because it did not involve having a breakdown or addicted to heroin or dying at the end, something that was just maybe really great fun and that people went to see and actually just had a great time seeing. Miller prepared with four months of weight training, boxing sessions and learned to fire live ammunition. She sprained her wrist after slipping on a rubber bullet while filming a fight scene with Rachel Nichols.
  • Lee Byung-hun as Thomas Arashikage / Storm Shadow:Snake Eyes s rival; both were close members of the Arashikage ninja clan. Lee was unfamiliar with G.I. Joe because the franchise is unknown in South Korea, but Sommers and Bonaventura told him that it was not necessary to watch the animated series to prepare for the role. Lee was attracted to Storm Shadow s dual personality, which he stated has huge pride and honor. Brandon Soo Hoo as Young Storm Shadow
  • Brandon Soo Hoo as Young Storm Shadow
  • Arnold Vosloo as Zartan:A disguise expert who serves Destro. After playing Imhotep in The Mummy franchise, this is Vosloo’s third collaboration with Stephen Sommers.
  • Kevin J. O Connor (cameo) as Doctor Mindbender: A scientist in McCullen s employ who developed the nanomite technology. After playing Igor in Van Helsing, this is O Connor s fourth collaboration with Stephen Sommers.

Other characters

  • Jonathan Pryce as the President
  • Grégory Fitoussi as Daniel DeCobray / The Baron:The husband of the Baroness.
  • Gerald Okamura as The Hard Master:Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow s ninja master.



In 1994, Larry Kasanoff and his production company, Threshold Entertainment, held the rights to do a live-action G.I. Joe film with Warner Bros. as the distributor. Instead they chose to concentrate the company s efforts upon its Mortal Kombat films. As late as 1999, there had been rumors that a film from Threshold Entertainment was still a possibility, but that project was never developed.

In 2003, Lorenzo di Bonaventura was interested in making a film about advanced military technology; Hasbro s Brian Goldner called him and suggested to base the film on the G.I. Joe toy line. Goldner and di Bonaventura worked together before, creating toy lines for films di Bonaventura had produced as CEO of Warner Bros. Goldner and di Bonaventura spent three months working out a story, and chose Michael B. Gordon as screenwriter, because they liked his script for 300. Di Bonaventura wanted to depict the origin story of certain characters, and introduced the new character of Rex, to allow an exploration of Duke. Rex s name came from Hasbro. Beforehand, Don Murphy was interested in filming the property, but when the Iraq War broke out, he considered the subject matter inappropriate, and chose to develop Transformers (another Hasbro toy line) instead. Di Bonaventura related, What stand for, and what Duke stands for specifically in the movie, is something that I d like to think a worldwide audience might connect with.

By February 2005, Paul Lovett and David Elliot, who wrote di Bonaventura s Four Brothers, were rewriting Gordon s draft. In their script, the Rex character is corrupted and mutated into the Cobra Commander, whom Destro needs to lead an army of supersoldiers. Skip Woods was rewriting the script by March 2007, and he added the Alex Mann character from the British Action Man toy line. Di Bonaventura explained, Unfortunately, our president has put us in a position internationally where it would be very difficult to release a movie called G.I. Joe. To add one character to the mix is sort of a fun thing to do. The script was leaked online by El Mayimbe of Latino Review, who revealed Woods had dropped the Cobra Organization in favor of the Naja / Ryan, a crooked CIA agent. In this draft, Scarlett is married to Action Man but still has feelings for Duke and is killed by the Baroness. Snake Eyes speaks, but his vocal cords are slashed during the story, rendering him mute. Mayimbe suggested Stuart Beattie rewrite the script. Fan response to the film following the script review was negative. Di Bonaventura promised with subsequent rewrites, I m hoping we re going to get it right this time. He admitted he had problems with Cobra, concurring with an interviewer they were probably the stupidest evil organization out there . Hasbro promised they would write Cobra back into the script.

In August 2007, Paramount Pictures hired Stephen Sommers to direct the film after his presentation to CEO Brad Grey and production president Brad Weston was well received. Sommers had been inspired to explore the G.I. Joe universe after visiting Hasbro s headquarters in Rhode Island. The project had found the momentum based on the success of Transformers, which di Bonaventura produced with Murphy. Sommers partly signed on to direct because the concept reminded him of James Bond, and he described an underwater battle in the story as a tribute to Thunderball. Stuart Beattie was hired to write a new script for Sommers s film, and G.I. Joe comic and filecard writer Larry Hama was hired as creative consultant. Hama helped them change story elements that fans would have disliked and made it closer to the comics, ultimately deciding fans would enjoy the script. He persuaded them to drop a comic scene at the film s end, where Snake Eyes speaks. To speed up production before the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike, John Lee Hancock, Brian Koppelman and David Levien also assisted in writing various scenes. Goldner said their inspiration was generally Hama s comics and not the cartoon. Sommers said had it not been for the rich backstory in the franchise, the film would have fallen behind schedule because of the strike.

After Variety had reported that the film recharacterizes G.I. Joe as being a Brussels-based outfit whose name stands for Global Integrated Joint Operating Entity , there were reports of fan outrage over Paramount s alleged attempt to change the origin of G.I. Joe Team. Hasbro responded on its G.I. Joe site that it was not changing what the G.I. Joe brand is about, and the name will always be synonymous with bravery and heroism. Instead, it would be a modern telling of the G.I. Joe vs. Cobra storyline, based out of the Pit as they were throughout the 1980s comic book series.

Filming and design

Filming began on February 11, 2008, in Los Angeles, California. The Downey soundstage was chosen as Paramount needed a large stage to get production underway as soon as possible. The first two levels of the Pit were built there, to complement the rest of the building which would be done with special effects. Downey also housed Destro s M.A.R.S. base in the Arctic, his legitimate weapons factory in an ex-Soviet state, as well as filming various submarines interiors, including a SHARC (Submersible High-speed Attack and Reconnaissance Craft) crewed by two G.I. Joes.

Filming in the Czech Republic s Barrandov Studios began in May. The crew took over sections of the Old Town in Prague. While filming in the city on April 26, people were injured when a bus and several cars collided with a four-wheel-drive vehicle that appeared to have braking problems. The emergency services confirmed those taken to hospital had minor injuries. Filming wrapped after a month in Prague. Additional second unit filming took place in Paris, Egypt, Tokyo, the Arctic, and underwater.

Sommers felt almost 100 percent of the technology in the film would actually become available within 10 to 20 years, citing the various books and magazines about developing weapons that he loved reading. For example, Sommers said he believed invisibility was impossible, but the virtual invisibility provided by camouflage camera that projects the background of a soldier s body upon its front allowed him to include it. The production designers modelled the interior of Destro s private submarine on a Handley Page Jetstream. Sommers said the bulky immobile accelerator suits (which Beattie said had enabled them to write a car chase where one guy s not even in a car ) had been tough on the actors and were likely to have their roles reduced in potential sequels. Critics have compared the suits to that of NFL SuperPro, a comic book character jointly licensed by the NFL and Marvel Comics, and resembling an armored football player.

Di Bonaventura predicted that the aid offered by the United States armed forces to the film s development would be limited since much of the hardware depicted in the film is fictional. The filmmakers were denied use of MRAP armored vehicles at the start of filming as the Defense Department had just prioritized their deployment on combat operations; however, they were later permitted to film the vehicles at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin Military Reservation. Some commentators reviewing previews and promotional art from the film have noted superficial resemblances between it and the action film parody Team America: World Police.


Six visual effects companies worked in The Rise of Cobra, the most prominent being Digital Domain, which handled the Paris action sequences and the opening convoy sequence. For the Eiffel Tower destruction, special software was written for depicting how the crumbling metal works. To create the digital Eiffel Tower, the technicians had access to the original building plans, and built a digital model so complex that it could not fit in a single computer file. For the nanomites, designers used two proprietary software applications for their depiction—one made by Digital Domain, and another by Prime Focus VFX, which also created tools to generate 3D cloud and sky environments for the aerial scenes. Many scenarios were almost fully developed by computer-generated imagery, such as the landing platform of the Pit, the Cobra ice caverns, and the final underwater battle. As for the sound effects themselves, only one is considered popular and isn t instantly recognizable. When the pulse cannon fires upon the main submarine during the polar assault, the sound of a program de-resolution from the 1982 cult movie classic TRON can be heard.


G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra – Score from the Motion Picture
Soundtrack album by

Alan Silvestri
Released August 4, 2009
Recorded Sony Sound Stage, Fox Sound Stage
Genre Film score
Length 71:41
Label Varèse Sarabande

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra – Score from the Motion Picture was composed by Alan Silvestri, who reunited with director Stephen Sommers to record his score with a 90-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony at the scoring stages at Sony and Fox. A soundtrack album of the score was released by Varèse Sarabande Records on August 4, 2009.

The score came under scrutiny from various soundtrack forums soon after being released. Spectral analysis of the content of the CD revealed certain frequency cutoff patterns around 16 kHz, which are typical for lossy codecs. By analyzing the block size of these cutoffs, individuals at Hydrogenaudio were able to identify the lossy codec that was used before mastering the CD as MP3 with a sample rate of 48 kHz. According to the aforementioned forums, Varèse s German subsidiary Colosseum Schallplatten acknowledged this as a mastering error, while Varèse Sarabande itself denied this. It is so far unclear if a remastered version with full frequency content will be released.


The film s actors were scanned for Hasbro s toy line, which began in July 2009 with the release of 3¾-inch-tall action figures. The Rise of Cobra toy line also includes 12-inch figures, and vehicles, including the first play set based on the Pit in the franchise s history. Electronic Arts developed a video game sequel to the film, also titled G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.

IDW Publishing released a four-issue prequel written by Chuck Dixon. Each issue focuses on Duke, Destro, the Baroness and Snake Eyes, respectively. It began publication in March 2009. The weekly film adaptation was written by Denton J. Tipton and drawn by Casey Maloney. The film s universe continued in a limited series about Snake Eyes later in 2009: Ray Park enjoyed playing the character and approached writer Kevin VanHook and artist S. L. Gallant with the idea of a comic further exploring his incarnation of the character.

As part of the movie launch campaign, more than 300 twelve-inch, parachute-equipped, G.I. Joe action figures were dropped from a 42-story Kansas City hotel roof and soared across 500 feet to the ground at the 16th Annual International G.I. Joe Convention. For viral marketing, black helicopters with G.I. Joe written on them flew over American beaches. Tie-ins were made with Symantec, 7-Eleven, and Burger King.

Paramount s vice chairman Rob Moore claimed the movie was prioritized for mid-Americans, and thus marketing was more focused on cities such as Kansas City and Columbus. In Europe, the marketing was focused on action sequences set in Paris, Egypt and Tokyo, and emphasizes that G.I. Joe is an international team of elite operatives and not about beefy guys on steroids who all met each other in the Vietnam War.

G.I. Joe: The Invasion of Cobra Island

In 2009, R.M. Productions Ltd. was contracted by Paramount Pictures Corp. to produce a viral marketing campaign for G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. This resulted in the creation of G.I. Joe: The Invasion of Cobra Island, a two-part animated web video, which eventually went viral. The plot has G.I. Joe called in to stop Cobra when they develop a secret bio-weapon on their hidden island base. It was done in the style of Team America: World Police and Thunderbirds, using a mix of vintage Hasbro G.I. Joe vehicles of the 1980s, and the newly produced 25th-anniversary G.I. Joe figures. The characters were animated using custom puppetry techniques, while their faces and other special effects were done using 3D animation software packages.



The film was first screened in the US on July 31, 2009 at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. The premiere was at Hollywood s Grauman s Chinese Theatre on August 7, 2009, and on the following day, G.I. Joe started playing at 4,007 theaters in the US, along with 35 other markets.

Home media

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra was released on November 3, 2009 on Blu-ray and DVD in regular and two-disc editions, and later as a book and as a video game. Both disc editions include audio commentary by Stephen Sommers and Bob Ducsay, and two making-of featurettes, with the second disc of the special edition holding a digital copy of the film. The film opened at #1 at the DVD sales chart, making $40.9 million from 2,538,000 DVD units in the first week of its release. The film sold more than 3.8 million discs, 500,000 of them on Blu-ray, during its first week. The film was released on Ultra HD Blu-ray on July 20, 2021, to coincide with the theatrical release of Snake Eyes.


Box office

During the opening weekend (August 7–9, 2009), G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra opened at #1 of the North American box office with an estimated $54.7 million. It earned an additional $44 million internationally during the same weekend. In the following week, the film opened in 14 more territories and continued atop the international box office with $26 million. This made it the third Hasbro film to reach number one at the box office after Transformers and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

The film grossed $150 million in the United States and $152.3 million internationally for a worldwide gross of $302.5 million against a production budget of $175 million. It is the 22nd-highest-grossing film of 2009 and the tenth-highest-grossing film of 2009 to gross $300 million worldwide behind Star Trek, Monsters vs. Aliens, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Terminator Salvation, Fast & Furious, A Christmas Carol, Inglourious Basterds, The Proposal, and The Blind Side.

Critical response

Paramount decided to not screen the film for print critics before its release and wanted to focus on internet critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 33% based on 171 reviews, with an average rating of 4.60/10. The website s critics consensus reads, While fans of the Hasbro toy franchise may revel in a bit of nostalgia, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is largely a cartoonish, over-the-top action fest propelled by silly writing, inconsistent visual effects, and merely passable performances. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 32 out of 100, based on 25 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.

One of the many complaints made by fans was that the film did not relate to the G.I. Joe franchise. G4tv.com stated that, actually went out of their way to butcher the G.I. Joe mythos in favor of derivative storyline devices. They cited the Baroness, who was changed from an East European noble in the comics to Duke s brainwashed ex-girlfriend in the film.

Dan Jolin of Empire magazine commented that it was Bond without the style and Team America without the bellylaughs . The Daily Telegraph reviewer said, The taint of cruddiness extends everywhere in this joyless stinker. James Berardinelli said the characters were as plastic as the toys that inspired them and considered Tatum wooden and that his character was more animated in sequences when he is rendered by special effects than when being portrayed by Tatum . Roger Ebert described that there is never any clear sense in the action of where anything is in relation to anything else . Chuck Wilson of The Village Voice criticized the dialogue and described the underwater battle as absurdly overproduced, momentarily diverting, and then instantly forgettable . Manohla Dargis of The New York Times considered the plot at once elemental and incomprehensible , and Peter Travers of Rolling Stone thought that, despite the high budget, the special effects look shockingly crappy; the Eiffel Tower appears to be destroyed by some green slime left over from the Ghostbusters films . Reviewers also criticized the film for the scientific impossibility of sinking ocean ice.

Matthew Leyland from Total Film called it a throwaway blast of solid, stupid fun and gave it three out of five stars, particularly praising Joseph Gordon-Levitt s performance as the treacherous Cobra Commander. Sister publication SFX called the film dumb and dopey, with plenty of bumpy bits and that GI Joe has a genuine cliffhanger charm, especially when the last act becomes a whole string of pulp plot twists. The ending screams To Be Continued ; we could do worse. , finally awarding the score of three stars out of five. Christopher Monfette of IGN also gave the film a positive review, saying This is an adult s interpretation of a childhood phenomenon, and if you re willing to give it a shot, one suspects that you ll find yourself entertained enough to give your best, Yo, Joe! He gave the film three and a half out of five stars. Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times criticized the excessive flashbacks, but praised the action scenes and design, and considered that Marlon Wayans steals the show . Dan Kois of The Washington Post describing it as loudest, flashiest, silliest and longest blockbuster in a summer full of long, silly, flashy, loud blockbusters thought it was as polished and entertaining as war-mongering toy commercials get .

Cast members Eccleston, Tatum and Miller have been critical of the film in the years since its release. Eccleston stated Working on something like GI Joe was horrendous. I just wanted to cut my throat every day and admitted he regretted taking the role primarily for the financial reward. Tatum, in an interview with Howard Stern, said he hated the film, revealing he was pushed into doing the film as to fulfill a three-picture deal he had signed with Paramount. The script wasn t any good, said Tatum but expressed relief that it could have been worse. Miller, in an interview with Forbes, stated “I’m sorry,” she said as soon as I mentioned I had seen not only the first movie but also the companion piece. “You saw both of them? Wait, there was a second one? Well, they didn’t bring me back.” “There are roles in those kinds of things that would be fun and things that I think my kid would like. I just haven’t been offered that yet. I would be open to it. I know what I can do now, and I know what I can’t do,” she mused. “I shouldn’t have played a villain in a comic book because I’m just not that villainous or tall or strong. I am internally, of course, but I couldn’t fire a gun without blinking. I’m not a particularly physically threatening presence. The whole thing was a bit of a disaster from start to finish.”


Tatum won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Action for his performance as Duke and the film also received three other Teen Choice Award nominations: Choice Movie: Action, Choice Movie Actress: Action for Sienna Miller, and Choice Movie: Villain for Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The film was also nominated for six Razzies including Worst Picture, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Supporting Actor for Marlon Wayans, and Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off, or Sequel—with Sienna Miller winning the Razzie for Worst Supporting Actress at the 30th Golden Raspberry Awards becoming the biggest stump for 2010.

In other media

Inspired by the movie, The Ballad of G.I. Joe was released in 2009 on the website Funny or Die. Written by Daniel Strange and Kevin Umbricht, and featuring celebrities such as Olivia Wilde, Zach Galifianakis, Alexis Bledel, Henry Rollins, and Vinnie Jones, the video short parodies several characters from G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero by showing what they do in their spare time.


A sequel, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, was released on March 28, 2013, directed by Jon Chu.

Year 2009
ReleaseDate 2009-08-07
RuntimeMins 118
RuntimeStr 1h 58min
Plot An elite military unit comprised of special operatives known as G.I. Joe, operating out of The Pit, takes on an evil organization led by a notorious arms dealer.
Awards Awards, 3 wins & 16 nominations
Directors Stephen Sommers
Writers Stuart Beattie, David Elliot, Paul Lovett
Stars Dennis Quaid, Channing Tatum, Marlon Wayans
Produced by Gary Barber,John Bernard,Roger Birnbaum,Lorenzo di Bonaventura,Bob Ducsay,Brian Goldner,Erik Howsam,Cliff Lanning,David Minkowski,JoAnn Perritano,Stephen Sommers,Matthew Stillman,Matt Stuecken,David Womark
Music by Alan Silvestri
Cinematography by Mitchell Amundsen
Film Editing by Bob Ducsay,Kelly Matsumoto,Jim May
Casting By Nancy Bishop,Ronna Kress
Production Design by Ed Verreaux
Art Direction by Chad S. Frey,Kevin Ishioka,Randy Moore,Greg Papalia,Brad Ricker,Anne Seibel
Set Decoration by Kate Sullivan
Costume Design by Ellen Mirojnick
Makeup Department Fríða Aradóttir,Sheryl Blum,Leo Corey Castellano,Diana Choi,Ken Culver,Matt Danon,Patricia Dehaney,Linda Eisenhamerova,Kelly Golden,Roxane Griffin,Kazu Hiro,Jason James,Tonie Keyton,Barbara Kichi,Kathy C. King,Natasha Ladek,Toby Lamm,Bart Mixon,Michael Mosher,Kenny Myers,Jessica Nelson,Radek Petr,Gabriela Polakova,Richard Redlefsen,Jackie Sachen,Isabelle Saintive,Amy Schmiederer,Bobo Sobotka,Kimberley Spiteri,Peter Tothpal,Keiko Wedding,Kandace Westmore,Cindy J. Williams,Hiro Yada,Kentaro Yano
Production Management Allison Cain,Gilles Castera,John Corser,Jiri Husak,Silvie Janculová,Ren Messer,Tricia Miles,Robin Mounsey,JoAnn Perritano,Helen Pollak,Jason Roberts,Matthieu Vogel
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Rob Burgess,Ali Cherkaoui,Chris Corrado,Jakub Dvorak,Jakub Eliasek,Martina Götthansova,Vojta Hlavicka,Karel Kubis,Cliff Lanning,Guilhem Malgoire,Sébastien Marziniak,Greg Michael,Martin Mrazek,Nick Starr,Ian Stone,David Ticotin,Mathieu Turi,Michael Winter,Mohummed Yusef
Art Department Ernie Avila,Jille Azis,Alan Bailey,Paul Baker,François Baranger,Bart Barbuscia,Bara Barova,John Berger,Mike Bertolina,Mark Bialuski,Giovanni Bianchini,Jonathan Bobbitt,J.P. Boquette,Robert M. Bouffard,Damon Bowden,Jerry Brooks,J.C. Brown,Bryan Buckler,Steve Buckner,Susan A. Burig,Tom Callinicos,David Christopher Campbell,Jerry Casillas,Susan Chooljian,Genelle Ciccarelli,Robert Clark,Matt Codd,Don Cooke,Shawn Copley,Xavier Corby,Gerald D Onofrio,Chad B. Daring,Luke A. Dean,Paolo DeLeon,Colin Dennis,Daren Dochterman,Judy Ducker,David E. Duncan,Michael Duncan,John Eaves,Benjamin Edelberg,Gregory M. Edgar,Brad Einhorn,Melissa Elbaum,James Enright,Tim Flattery,David Forline,Kim Frederiksen,Monica Frommholz,Jeff Frost,Kenneth Garrett,Philippe Gaulier,Joey Genitempo,Darren Gilford,Darek Gogol,Nicole Gold,Veloz Gomez,Scott Goodale,Tyler Gooden,Tyler Hardin,Pavel Hartmann,Jim Hewitt,Nick P. Higgins,Joseph Hiura,Al Hobbs,J. Bryan Holloway,Chris Hopkins,Jiri Hrubes,Eric Hugunin,Robert Andrew Johnson,Dennis Kane,Noelle King,Jan Kodera,Markéta Korinkova,Klara Kralova,Robert Kropfl,Martin Kubricht,David Ladish,Steven Ladish,Lukas Lehoucka,Tomás Lehovec,Alice Linhartová,Kevin Loo,Ernest Lopez,Bao-Uy Luu,Jim Magdaleno,Jason Mahakian,Danielle Mana,Nino Mancuso,Jeff Markwith,Petr Marousek,Richard Martinez,Matthew McKee,Todd McKibben,Ron Mendell,Martin L. Mercer,James Miller,David J. Negron Jr.,Marija Nikolic,Josh Nizzi,Cesar Orozco,Michael Panevics,Portia Perry,Mike Piccirillo,Manuel Plank-Jorge,Tyler Pope,Edward J. Protiva,Eric Ramsey,Josue Rodriguez,Christopher S. Ross,Michael Ruby,Joel Ruiz,Tony Salazar,Kenneth Sayers,Larry Schwartz,Terry Scott,Ugo Serrano,Andrew M. Siegel,Patte Strong-Lord,Karel Stýblo,Martin Svandrlik,Dan Sweetman,Anthony Syracuse,Pavel Tatar,Martina Ter-Akopowá,Tim Viera,Timothy Vierra,Ciro Vuoso,Emil Warren,Steve Weems,Carl Wilson,Victor Anderson,Jonathan Boda,Veloz Gomez,Damon Green,Fireball Tim Lawrence,Leia Pratapas,Hans Soto,Michael Torvinen,Naomi Treuherz,Jack White
Sound Department Nicholas R. Allen,Mike Anderson,James Ashwill,Christopher Assells,Karen Baker Landers,Tom Bellfort,John T. Cucci,Chris David,Robin Atkin Downes,Alan Freedman,Peter Gleaves,Rick Gould,Per Hallberg,Robin Harlan,Victor J. Hernandez,Jeffrey A. Humphreys,Craig S. Jaeger,Chris Jargo,Scott Millan,Sarah Monat,Glenn T. Morgan,Philip D. Morrill,Tony Negrete,Dan O Connell,Jordan O Neill,Lee Orloff,David Parker,Michelle Pazer,Roman Rigo,Philip A. Schwartz,Gabriel J. Serrano,Leslie Shatz,Randy Singer,Frederick H. Stahly,Peter Staubli,Greg Steele,Jon Title,Drew Webster,David Werntz,Ronald L. Wright,David Young,Greg Zimmerman,Chris Hogan
Special Effects by Ozzy Alvarez,Ginger Anglin-Cervantes,Gaspard Audouin,Ryan Banfield,Gary D. Bierend,David Boucher,John P. Cazin,Jan Ciboch,Brian Claus,Jerry Constantine,Eric Cook,Ken Cornett,Sophia Coronado,Matt Corrigan,Jeff Crocker,Lenny Dalrymple,Sam Dean,Mike Derry,Robert Kato DeStefan,Bruce Allan Donnellan,Christopher Dooly,Roderic Mick Duff,Mike Edmonson,Brandon Engstrom,Damian Fisher,Megan Flagg,John Fleming,Terry Glass,Joe Gomez,Roy Goode,Keith Hebner,David Heron,Anthony Ray Herrera,Allan B. Holt,Jeff Jingle,Anthony Julio,Pete Kelley,Brenna Kelly,Yong Lee,Aimee Macabeo,Shane Mahan,Jacqueline Makkee,Al Marangoni,Keith Marbory,David Marten,David Merritt,David Mesloh,Hans Metz,Zuzana Milfort,Jerry Miscevich,Martin Montoya,Sara R. Morris,Ondrej Nierostek,Jesse Noel,Darin O Neill,Tom Pahk,Justin Raleigh,Jeff Rand,William Barcode Rosa,Ric San Nicholas,Scott Schutzki,Ray Shaffer,Charles Sowles,James Springham,Robert Spurlock,Brett Stern,Christopher A. Suarez,Daniel Sudick,Christy Sumner,Keith Suzuki,Valek Sykes,Michael A. Tice,Blumes Tracy,Stan Winston,Chris Zega,Thomas Zell
Visual Effects by Gary Abrahamian,Nikita Agrawal,Shane Aherne,Gustav Ahren,Zohaib Ahsan,Dan Akers,Spencer Alexander,Lee Allan,Eric Almeras,Florent Andorra,Nigel Ankers,Paul Arion,Tom Armbruster,Austen Armus,Gabriel Arnold,Matt Ashton,Myles Asseter,Tohda Asuka,Atanas Atanasov,Hunter Athey,Neil Atkins,James J. Atkinson,Sarun Auemongkolkarn,Aymeric Aute,Andrew Baggarley,Bekah Baik,Dan Bailey,Richard Baillie,Graeme Baitz,Richard Baker,Wayne Baker,Andra Bard,Jeff Barnes,Nicholas Barnes,Angela Barson,Daryl Bartley,Sam Bassett,Simeon Bassett,Erwann Baudet,Geoffrey Baumann,Jamie Baxter,Scott E. Baxter,Tyler Hockett Baze,Basel Bazlamit,Joel Behrens,Adrian Bell,Jordan Benwick,Jeremy Berruel,Melissa Best,Annalyn Betinol,Ben Betts,Bineesh,Zachary Bloom,Ilona Blyth,Michael Boggs,Eglantine Boinet,Axel Bonami,Luca Bonatti,Chris Bond,Jayni Borgaro,Mike Borgstrom,Jelmer Boskma,Kevin Bouchez,Zakaria Boumediane,Virginie Bourdin,Leo Bovell,Chris Bowers,John Bozzalla,Andrew Bradbury,Michael Brazelton,Brent Breedveld,David Brickley,Randy Brown,Bela Brozsek,Daniel Bryant,Josh Bryson,Izet Buco,Stuart Bullen,Elika Burns,Greg Butler,Naomi Butler,Melanie Byrne,Howard Cabalfin,Melissa Cabrera,Allison Cain,John Cairns,Marco Carboni,Joe Carhart,Shoghi Castel De Oro,Christina Castellan,Sarah Cave,Dominick Cecere,Elohim Cervantes Tampus,Viki Chan,Eve Chauvet,Vanessa Cheung,Wally Chin,Jesse James Chisholm,Gak Gyu Choi,Jangwoo Choi,Tim Christensen,Helen Clare,Jacob Clark,Oli Clarke,Trent Claus,Sean Cody,Matt Cohen,Dylan Cole,Chad E. Collier,Janice Barlow Collier,Charles Collyer,Miodrag Colombo,Michael Comly,Shaun Comly,Patrick Conaty,Mary-Margaret Conley,Thiago Costa,Ron Crabb,Scott Crafford,Nick Crew,Jason Crosby,Gene Crucean,Mark Curtis,Rick Curts,Rif Dagher,Nicola Danese,Alexandra Daunt Watney,Christopher Davies,Adam Davis,Anthony Davis,Chris Del Conte,Vincent DeLay,Stanley A. Dellimore,Brian DeMetz,Justin Denton,Del DePierro,Dominique Derrenger,Amit Dhawal,Johnny J. Diaz,Ben Dishart,Dan Dobson,Waylon Dobson,Jonny Doig,Megan Dolman,Joshua Doud,Mark Duckworth,Conrad Dueck,Gregory Duncan,Debora Dunphy,Edgar Díaz,David Ebner,Scott Edelstein,Gracie Edscer,Clwyd Edwards,Moritz Eiche,Brett Ellis,Steven Fagerquist,Devin Fairbairn,Ian Fallon,Joe Farrell,Daniel Fazel,David Feinsilber,Patrick Ferguson,Chad Finnerty,Igor Fiorentini,Kelly Fischer,Mike Fischer,Lisa Fisher,Jonathan Flack,Donald Fly,Reggie Fourmyle,Collin Fowler,Guillaume François,Kim Frederiksen,Nick Fredin,Antonio Freire,Mark Freund,Mathias Frodin,Christian Furr,Toby Gaines,Jigesh Gajjar,Jason Galeon,Frank Gallego,Eric Galoob,Amy Garback,Scott Gastellu,Dante Gatchalian,Mitch Gates,Philippe Gaulier,Brian Gazdik,Jack Geckler,Gillian George,Clement Gerard,Federico Ghirardini,Mathew Giampa,Swen Gillberg,Pablo Giménez,Ivan Girard,Julian Gnass,Charlyn Go,Adam Golden,Julien Goldsbrough,Elias Gonzalez,Kyle Goodsell,Jim Gorman,Randy Goux,Justin Graham,Kyle Gray,Pamela B. Green,Philip Greenlow,Dave Griffiths,Bryan Grill,Joe Groombridge,Joseph Grossberg,Diego Guerrero,Rhonda C. Gunner,Brian Gyss,Crystal Hadcroft,Alexa Hale,Jamie Hallett,Wade Hampton,Dae-Ho Han,Marius Hanganutiu,Scott Hankel,Steven Hansen,Michael S. Harbour,Chris Hardman,Nina Harlan,Fred Haro,Jessica Harris,Peter Hart,Jamie Hartnett,Chris Harvey,Kimberly Headstrom,Oliver Hearsey,Karsten Hecker,Niles Heckman,Korre Heggem,Darren Hendler,Claas Henke,Joe Henke,David Henri,Peter Herlein,Julio Del Rio Hernandez,Laurent Herveic,Bryan Hirota,David Hirst,Alex Hislop,Tyler Hockett,Dark Hoffman,Glenn Holbrook,Brian Holmes,Shaina Holmes,Kevin Hoppe,Lyndsey K. Horton,Julian Howard,George J. Hrico,Lubo Hristov,Chia-Chi Hu,Melissa Huerta,Matthew Hunt,Steve Hutchins,Jung Rock Hwang,Slavik IA,Atsushi Ikarashi,Aruna Inversin,Isaac Irvin,Jonna Isotalus,Francesc Izquierdo,Mike Jahnke,David P.I. James,Suzanne Jandu,Jean Jardeleza,Montu Jariwala,Bernardo Jauregui,Joshua H. Johnson,Ross Johnson,Will Johnson,Stephen Jolley,Justin Jones,Owen Jones,Rimas Juchnevicius,Jason Jue,Scott Seungpil Jung,Mark Justison,Brandon Kachel,Alla Kalachnikova,Nikos Kalaitzidis,Nitant Karnik,Patrick Kavanaugh,James D. Kelly,Matt Kelly,Wayne Kennedy,Asim Khan,Elaine Kieran,Alex Kim,Jeff Kim,Kwang Jib Kim,Darren Kiner,Daryl Klein,Karl Kohlman,Julianna Kolakis,Arek Komorowski,Sean Konrad,Marios Kourasis,Zsolt Krajcsik,George Krauter,James Kuroda,Dong Su Kwak,Wing Kwok,Jin Kwon,Paul Lambert,Kevin LaNeave,Anders Langlands,Errol Lanier,Douglas Larmour,Stuart Lashley,Lorenzo Lavatelli,Kirsty Lawlor,James Travis Lawrence,Emanuele Lecchi,Cory Lee,Don Lee,Euisung Lee,Kim Lee,Stephanie C. Lee,Taehee Lee,C.J. LePage,Veronika Lerchová,Xavier Lestourneaud,Marcus LeVere,Votch Levi,Letia Lewis,Sean Lewkiw,John Peter Li,Kent Lidke,Gregory D. Liegey,Seth Lippman,Ting Lo,Kimberly Nelson LoCascio,Jo Lockman,Michael Lohde,Jason Lopes,Deanna Louie,Steven Lovell,Lap Van Luu,Margaret B. Lynch,Bob Lyss,Tran Ma,Ross MacKenzie,Martin Macrae,Brett Magnuson,Michael Maloney,Dan Malvin,Vaibhav Marathe,Sophie Marfleet,Pavel Marko,Daniel Maskit,David Masure-Bosco,Rachel Matchett,Javad Matoorian-Pour,Kirk Mawhinney,Jake Maymudes,Alan McCabe,Chris McClintock,Riley McDougall,Nakia McGlynn,Brett McLaughlin,Tracey McLean,Chris McLeod,Rick McMahon,Gregory L. McMurry,Brandon McNaughton,Alasdair McNeill,Cyrus McWilliams,Antonio Meazzini,Corbin Mehl,Rebecca Melander,Michael Melchiorre,Steven Messing,Miklós Mesterházy,Diana Miao,Jaymie Miguel,Abel Milanes,Gavin Miljkovich,Jon Miller,Katie Miller,Lori C. Miller,Brad Minnich,Robert Minsk,Natt Mintrasak,Stuart Mintz,Annie Modina,Kama Moiha,Jeaneli Momo,Juan Pablo Monroy,Thomas Montminy Brodeur,Jim Moorhead,Cathy Morin,Marc Morissette,Matthew Morrissey,Josh Mossotti,Ryan Mullany,Katy Mummery,Sandra Murta,Simon Murton,Howie Muzika,Rajakanna Nagarajan,Kenneth Nakada,Mike Nakamura,Marc Nanjo,Leo Neelands,Julia Neighly,Elliot Newman,Mark Newport,Vinh Nguyen,Reika Nixon,Sam Nixon,Gary Noble,James P. Noon,Jaime Norman,Ian Northrop,Brian Nugent,Winfield O Brien,Paul Oakley,Gregory Oehler,Carina Ohlund,Kym Olsen,Robert Olsson,Joshua Ong,Julie Orosz,Desi Ortiz,Lauralea Otis,Matthew Ovens,Caleb Owens,Rui Padinha,Bhushan Patil,Andrew A. Paules,Emanuele Pavarotti,Gregory Peczinka,Soren Bendt Aaboe Pedersen,Chris Pember,Stuart Penn,Daniel Perez Ferreira,Borislav Petrov,Christine Petrov,Ignacio B. Peña,Chi Pham,Emma Phillips,Tom Beckwith Phillips,Tom Piedmont,Rob Pieke,Tricia Pifer,Caroline Pires,Shaun Anthony Portillo,Tim Pounds-Cornish,Phillip Prahl,Carl Prud homme,James Purdy,Francis Puthanangadi,Robert Quinn,Omprakash Raay,Danny Rafic,Nordin Rahhali,Francisco Ramirez,Lance Ranzer,Alireza Razmpoosh,Salahuddin Razul,Clint G. Reagan,John J. Renzulli,Thomas Reppen,Hannes Ricklefs,Adriano Rinaldi,Sean Rivet,Christian Roberton,Andrew Roberts,Dave Robinson,Troy Robinson,Duncan Robson,Guillaume Rocheron,Ruben Rodas,Bernardo Rodriguez,Bob Roesler,Stephanie Rogers,Casey Rolseth,Christopher Romano,Justin R. Rotolo,Sam Rowan,Caroline Rowlands,Frank Rueter,Chris Ryan,Heather MacPhee Ryan,Matthew Sabourin,Ryo Sakaguchi,Christian Sanchez,David S. Sanchez,Steven Sandles,Sribalaji Santharam,Olivier Sarda,Jordan Sariego,Larry Sauceda,Christopher Savides,Nabil Schiantarelli,Aaron Schultz,Shaun Scott,Peter Seager,Diana Sear,László Sebõ,Rene Segura,Anselm Seherr-Thoss,Jason Selfe,Aatesh Shah,Rasha Shalaby,Michael Shand,Rahul Sharma,Jane Sharvina,Boyd Shermis,Michael Shermis,Ceylan Shevket,Yoosung Shin,Randal Shore,Prateep Siamwalla,Bobby Silman,Craig A. Simms,Keith Sintay,Philip Sisk,Sally Slade,Edmond Smith III,Anthony Smith,Ryan T. Smolarek,Elie Smolkin,Mohamed Sobhy,Bongkee Sohn,Eddie Soria,Joseph Spadaro,Anthony Sparapani,Marion Spates,Bill Spradlin,Geordie Spradling,Tom St. Amand,Sean Stanek,Dottie Starling,Mark Stasiuk,Bernie Stern,Jeremy Stewart,Susan Stewart,Scott Steyns,Matteo Stirati,Ken Stranahan,Trevor Strand,James Straus,Ileana Stravoskiadi,Robert Stromberg,Eric Stull,Ethan Summers,Vinayaga Sundar,Daniel Sunwoo,Tammy Sutton,Kristen Swanson,Blake Sweeney,James Sweeney,Junaid Syed,Greg Szafranski,Giuseppe Tagliavini,Hirofumi Takeda,Andy Tamandl,Hanzhi Tang,Andy Tanguay,Mark Taylor,Scott Taylor,Jeff Tetzlaff,Mark Theriault,Sebastian Thinnes,Joel Thompson,Michael Adam Thompson,Daniel Thron,Jon Thum,Ashley Tilley,Dan Tindell,Steve Tizzard,Enrique Torres,Allen Tracy,Phi Tran,Tong Tran,Linda Tremblay,Christine Troianello,Hiroshi Tsubokawa,Mario Ucci,Sarfaraz Uddin,James Valentine,Arnaud Valette,Leigh van der Byl,Justin van der Lek,Chris Van Dyck,Kara Vandeleur,Karla Ventocilla,Diego Vida,James William Visconti III,Alexis Wajsbrot,Nick Waken,Adam Walker,Dan Walker,Shawn Wallbridge,Jessica Wan,Robert Ward,Jason Wardle,Daniel Warom,Joe Wehmeyer,Keith Weilmuenster,Aaron Weldon,Neil West,Shane Christopher Wicklund,Marc Wilhite,Amielia Williams,Robert A. Willis,Johnny Wilson,Matthew T. Wilson,Sally Wilson,Stephen Wilson,Virginia Wilson,Deborah Wiltman,Oliver Winwood,Eric Withee,Matthias Wittmann,Rick Won,Rachel Wright,Xye,Kyle Yamamoto,Genevieve Yee,Mattaniah Yip,Niki Yoblonski,Travis Yohnke,Morgan Yon,Jaehyun Yoo,Lisa Yu,Susumu Yukuhiro,Steven Zaharakis,Daniel Zamora,Fabio Zangla,Steven Zienka,Erik Zimmermann,Ken Zorniak,Briana Aeby,Matthew Benware,Danny Braet,Hayley Brazelton,Malavika Chandrakanth,James G. Clark,Lisa de la Garza,Karin Eunson-Ross,Robert Gardiner,Amanda Hampton,Garritt Hampton,Jon Hanzelka,Brandon Harr,Ian A. Harris,Beth Howe,Drew Jones,Seryong Kim,Paul Maurice,Anthony Peck,Valentin Petrov,Dawrath Phoue,Sankarasubramanian,Karen N. Sickles,Sukumaran Lalithambika Vijin,David Wu
Stunts Hank Amos,Paul Borne,Michael T. Brady,Brian Brown,Pavel Cajzl,Jennifer Caputo,Richard Cetrone,Mark Chapman,Eugene Collier,Sophia Crawford,Clay Cullen,Jeff Dashnaw,Kevin Derr,Shauna Duggins,Brennan Dyson,Jeremy Fitzgerald,Michael Gaines,Michael Hansen,Zedric Harris,Jimmy Hart,Jody Hart,Chuck Hosack,David Hugghins,Michael Hugghins,Charles Ingram,Kathy Jarvis,Brett A. Jones,Evan Kay,Wayne King,Horace Knight Jr.,Keanu Lam,Larry Lam,Don Lee,Jake Lombard,Dave Macomber,Mike Majesky,Anthony Martins,Matt McColm,Ken Moreno,Carrick O Quinn,Jeff Podgurski,Rex Reddick,Justin Riemer,Larry Rippenkroeger,Erik Rondell,R.A. Rondell,Debby Lynn Ross,Marcus Salgado,David Schultz,Monty L. Simons,Brian Simpson,Ronn Surels,Greg Tracy,Mark Vanselow,Aaron Walters,Stuart F. Wilson,Victor Winters-Junco,Keith Woulard,Marcus Young,Daniel Aldema,Robert Alonzo,John Ashker,Stanton Barrett,Erik Betts,Jake Brake,Brian Brown,Richard Bucher,Jennifer Caputo,Alex Chansky,Mark Chapman,Eugene Collier,Tim Connolly,Brycen Counts,Sophia Crawford,Maris Croatto,Dustin Dennard,Thomas Dewier,John Donohue,Christopher M. Dukes,Michaela Dvorska,Eyad Elbitar,Eddie J. Fernandez,Michael Gaines,Conrade Gamble,Mark Ginther,Jessie Graff,Sean Graham,Jason Gray,Tad Griffith,Michael Hansen,Riley Harper,Thomas Robinson Harper,Zedric Harris,Brian Ho,Jan Holicek,Logan Holladay,Jiri Horky,Kris A. Jeffrey,Krisztian Kery,Jindrich Klaus,John Koyama,Larry Lam,Sam Lam,Miroslav Lhotka,Dimo Lipitkovsky,Jake Lombard,Jan Loukota,Diana R. Lupo,Brian Machleit,Dave Macomber,Anthony Martins,Matt McColm,Damien Moreno,David Ott,Denney Pierce,Alan D. Purwin,Bridgett Riley,Shawn Robinson,Tim Sabatino,Marcus Salgado,Brian Simpson,Mark Stefanich,Josh Tessier,Rich Ting,Martin Trees,Steve Upton,Rudolf Vrba,Mark Aaron Wagner,Scott Workman,Marcus Young
Camera and Electrical Department Dominic Aluisi,Michael D. Alvarez,Eric Amundsen,Mitchell Amundsen,Michael D. Anderson,Jiri Arnstein,Adam Austin,Rocky Babcock,Dana Baker,Brian Bishop,Lauren Blair,George W. Borthwick,Jimmy Bourcier,Jeremy Braben,Justin Browne,Buzzy Burwell,Brian Cantrell,Jan Carda,Conrad Castor,Karel Charvat,Jean Chesneau,Greg Chmura,Brian Christie,Joseph V. Cicio,John Crimins,Adam Dale,Kriz David,Emmanuel de Fleury,David Deever,Bruce Del Castillo,Ralph Del Castillo,Louie DeMarco,Brian Dennis,Carlos DePalma,Thomas DeRose,Damon Doherty,Daniel Dorowsky,Frank Dorowsky,Rick Drapkin,Christopher Duskin,Jakub Dvorsky,David Emmerichs,Hugues Espinasse,Greg Fausak,Bryan Fletchall,Clayton Fowler,John-Anthony Gargiulo,Dennis Geraghty,Clement Gharini,Peter Graf,Casey Green,Josh Greer,Scott Gregory,Mathias Gruschwitz,Thibaut Guenois,Eddie G Gutierrez,Brooks P. Guyer,Joey Haddad,Will Handley,Rick Harris,Kent Harvey,James Hatridge,Petr Hons,Michal Houzvicka,Rick James,Milan Janicin,Jason Keene,Scott C. Keys,Christian J. Killingsworth,Stuart Kirschner,Michael Klimchak,Robert Kodera,Petr Konrád,Michal Krbecek,Jonathan Leary,Martin Levent,Viktor Lonek,Jan Louma,Dominik Mainl,Mike Majesky,Richard Mall,Michael Mansouri,Bill Marti,Martin Maryska,Frank Masi,Kevin Massey,Brian Matsumura,T.G. Matthews,Jeremy Mauroy,Jim McComas,Bill McConnell Jr.,Lawrence B. Miller,Marty Miller,Ronald A. Miller,Brian Minzlaff,Daisuke Dice Miyake,Laurence Monier,Tom Morash,Mike Nami Jr.,Frédéric North,David B. Nowell,Jaim O Neil,Jorge Pallares,Ziggy Pedone,François Perrault-Alix,Morten Petersen,Brendon Phillips,Kevin C. Potter,Glen Purdy,Michal Ralis,Jan Rehanzl,Dan Riffel,Lyle Robbins,Andy Ryan,Todd Schlopy,Karel Schneiberg,David A. Seekins,Josh Seifert,Michael Shaw,Roger Simonsz,Jan Skriecka,Jakub Smetana,Donald A. Spadoni,Charles Sparks,Michael Strong,Jonathan Taylor,Joseph T. Terranova,Joshua D. Thatcher,Jeff Therieau,Martin Tichy,Les T. Tomita,Michael Anthony Travers,Michael T. Travers,Vincent Tulasne,Michael Ursetta,Anthony Vallejo-Sanderson,Oliver Verdoot,Karl Vindler,Mark H. Weingartner,Scott Whitbread,Michael Zogleman,Chris Carroll,William DiCenso,Kirk Greenberg,Sam Nicholson,Jason Selsor
Animation Department Bernd Angerer,Steve Arguello,David Armitage,Brent Breedveld,Aaron P. Davis,Eli Enigenburg,Gordon Fales,John Kasprzak,Matt Kowaliszyn,Jason Labbe,Soumyashree Mohapatra,Chris Olsen,Scott Patton,Tim Ranck,D.C. Sayre,Joseph Spadaro,Keith Patrick Turner
Casting Department Nadia Aleyd,Aurélie Avram,Courtney Bright,Nicole Daniels,Tracy Dixon,Jirí Hrstka,Marianne Jade,Caitlin McKenna,Jeff Mitchell,Martin Oktabec,Jennifer Rudolph
Costume and Wardrobe Department Kurt J. Blackwell,Linda Booher-Ciarimboli,Pablo Borges,Susi Campos,Timothy Considine,Dan Crawley,Jirina Eisenhamerova,Jody Felz,David Fernandez,Elizabeth Luiza Frank,Sean Haley,Gabriela Horská,Benton Jew,Cacey Kirshner,Andrea Knaub,Hana Kucerova,Esther Lee,Sonny Merritt,Bob Moore Jr.,Bob Morgan,Ed Natividad,Chris Newlander,Jennifer Nunez,Sara O Donnell,Patrick O Driscoll,Maureen O Heron,Patricie Palmer,Rob Phillips,Kelly Porter,Cheri Reed,Carin Richardson,Larisa Sramkova,Ivory Stanton,Haik Tateossian,John Voght,Michael Welch,Dale Wilmarth,Robert Wojewodski,Timothy A. Wonsik,Tricia Yoo,Christian Cordella,Steven Porch,Edward Skade
Editorial Department Des Carey,Salvatore Catanzaro,Liza D. Espinas,Ken Gales,Dan Goslee,David Koubik,Attila Kovacs,Jenz Merrill,Zamin Mirza,Magdalena Morsi,Harry Muller,Mark Todd Osborne,Joe Pestana,Alain J. Romi,Jennifer Scudder Trent,Stefan Sonnenfeld,JoAnne Yarrow,Jakub Olexa
Location Management Jan Adler,Charley Armstrong,Daniela Buzgová,Mickaël Conan,Maxime Couteret,Adam Fuchs,Heather Haase,Justin Harrold,Arnaud Kaiser,Stephen Mapel,Donny Martino Jr.,Pavel Mrkous,Perri Pearson,Petr Skvor,Laura Sode-Matteson,Martine White,Jordan Schmidt
Music Department Eun-Mee Ahn,Ann Atkinson,Steve Becknell,David Bifano,Jacqueline Brand,Tom Brown,Roberto Cani,Judy Chilnick,Heather Clark,Gina Coletti,Kevin Connolly,Wade Culbreath,Mario De Leon,Sandy DeCrescent,Constance Deeter,Brian Dembow,Thomas Diener,Daniel DiPrima,Andrew Duckles,David Duke,Bruce Dukov,Timothy Andrew Edwards,Michael Englander,Rachel Englander,Steve Erdody,Judith Farmer,Samuel Fischer,Matt Franko,Julie Gigante,Mark Graham,Opie Gruves,Trevor Handy,Tamara Hatwan,Andrew Hauschild,Amy Hershberger,Oscar Hidalgo,Jim Hoffman,Steve Holtman,Randy Jones,Kenneth Karman,Dan Kelley,Steve Kempster,Katie Kirkpatrick,Songa Lee,Natalie Leggett,Dimitrie Leivici,Phillip Levy,Daniel Lewin,Abraham Libbos,Greg Loskorn,Warren Luening,Larry Mah,Peter Mandell,Jeannie Lee Marks,Darrin McCann,Serena McKinney,Malcolm McNab,Ed Meares,Dave Metzger,Helen Nightengale,Brian O Connor,Adam Olmsted,Alyssa Park,Victor Pesavento,Radu Pieptea,Leslie Reed,Bill Reichenbach,Geri Rotella,Peter Rotter,Dennis S. Sands,Naomi Sato,Alan Silvestri,Steven L. Smith,Stephen Sommers,James Thatcher,John Ashton Thomas,Doug Tornquist,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,David Slonaker
Script and Continuity Department Sylvie Chesneau,Haley McLane
Transportation Department Noam Amram,Jalal Aqdim,Brian Casella,Audrey A. Conrad,Alice Cordie,Josef Dytrych,Christian G. Ervin,Jiri Fleischer,Robert Garcia Jr.,Charles Heidet,Nicholas Howard,Jiri Husak,Maxwell R. Johnson II,Jimmy Kaminsky,Václav Kocman,Jiri Kotlas,Dan Kuska,Michael W. LeMaster,Rock LeRoy,Moreno Micheal,Ondrej Modry,Michael A. Moreno,Brett Round,Brenda Ryan,Sean C. Ryan,Jack Sander,Jan Smoldas,Tommy Tancharoen,Lada Vacik,Pavel Voracek,Robert G. Williams,Tim Woods
Additional Crew Dan Adam,Guy Adan,Elise Aliberti,Wendy Altman-Cohen,Michael Anders,Spencer Andrews,Angela Athayde,Teri J. Barber,Agnes Bermejo,Gregory Bishop,Steve Bocsi,David Bojarski,Françoise Bouillon-Pommerolle,J. Todd Breasseale,Brett Brown,Christy Busby,Kim Buttlar,Julien Béségher,Kami Calevro,Jenny Calzacorto,Robert P. Campbell,Hélène Cardona,Carmella Casinelli,Lyssa J. Caster,Karolina Cerna,Al Cerullo,Richard Cody,Romain Courtine,Carson R. Cultner,Sam Cuttriss,Jamie Daddio,Jim Davidson,Jenn Derrenger,Mark Desch,Lisa Dietrick,Ryan Doolittle,Jessica Drake,Matthew Eberle,Mikey Eberle,Josh Eggebeen,Michal Engrth,Julio Ferrario,Aaron C. Fitzgerald,Vincent Joseph Flaherty,Taylor Friedman,Pablo Gambetta,Laura Gary,Wendy Goldfisher,Pamela B. Green,Blake Greenbaum,Lynn Hamilton,Melissa Harrison,Kyle Hasday,James Henderson,Yasmeen Henderson,Kathryn Hensel,Matthew Herington,Oscar Hernandez,Veronika Hladikova,George J. Hrico,Karen Huang,Amy Hussey,Lubomir Janci,Quanita Johnson,Simeon Jones,Brittney Joseph,Ian Kay,Vladimir Kesl,Sabira Khan,Sarka Kindlova,George Kitson,April Klimko,Kenneth Ko,Scott Koche,Ludek Kral,Ryan Landels,Daniel M. Lange,Veronika Lencova,Chris Lesinski,Valerie Pappas Llauro,Michael David Lynch,Zuzana Machackova,T.G. Matthews,Franka Mavrides,Frédéric Millet,Denise Mora,Olympe Mousseron,Heidi Brook Myers,Irina Naydichev,Sean O Reilly,Dikran Ornekian,Candice Owens,Michael Papac,Joshua Parker,Derek Peterson,Linda Pianigiani,Erik Porn,Bryant Powell,Kenneth Pratt,Michele Prymicz,Juliet Quintin-Archard,Joshua Ravetch,A.J. Rinella,Brett Rodriguez,David M. Rodriguez,Patti Rotondi,Chuck Rousseau,Justin Ruane,Helena Safarikova,Jenny Sandell,Rafael Sanz,Linde Sayles,Jason Seaton,Katerina Silna,Wayne T. Silva,Matthew Silverman,Brett P. Smith,Andrew Stahl,Shelley Stevens,Gene Strange,Lon Strickland,Marlena Thomas,Goran Uljanic,Angelo Vacco,Minn Vo,Libby Wampler,Jeff R. Weaver,Thomas L. Wentworth,Tony Whitmore,Ashley Wilks,Brian Witten,Brianna Womick,Ryan Young,Mallory Yund,Steven Zienka,David Zimring,Jim Bacon,Kevin Bennett,Andrea Dimity,Emmanuel Fleury,Simon Knights,Tavis Larkham,Michael D. Lusby,Sergio Najera,Valerie Milenka Repnau,Paul Sinor,Jarik Van Sluijs,Jeff R. Weaver
Thanks Stan Weston
Genres Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Companies Paramount Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, Hasbro
Countries USA
Languages English, French, Gaelic
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 5.7
ImDbRatingVotes 208844
MetacriticRating 32
Keywords snow adventure,gi joe,based on toy,based on cartoon,based on tv show