The Marine 2
|The Marine 2|
|Directed by||Roel Reiné|
|Produced by||Michael Lake|
|Written by||Christopher Borrelli
John Chapin Morgan
|Music by||Trevor Morris|
|Cinematography||Joost van Starrenburg|
|Edited by||Michael Trent|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
The Marine 2 is a 2009 American thriller film directed by Roel Reiné, written by Christopher Borrelli and John Chapin Morgan, and produced by Michael Lake. The film stars Ted DiBiase, Temuera Morrison, Lara Cox, Robert Coleby and Michael Rooker. It is the sequel to The Marine, starring John Cena, and it is the second in the film series. This was Ted DiBiase's film debut. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in the United States on December 29, 2009.
The film was inspired by the Dos Palmas kidnappings.
Marine Scout Sniper Joe Linwood (Ted DiBiase) attempts to rescue his wife Robin and other guests from a hotel which has been taken over by a gang of bloodthirsty terrorists. The Linwoods are vacationing at the lavish Thailand resort when the terrorists invade during the hotel's grand opening. Joe escapes the initial onslaught and must find a way to save his wife and the other hostages.
- Ted DiBiase as Joe Linwood
- Temuera Morrison as Damo
- Lara Cox as Robin Linwood Gano
- Robert Coleby as Darren Conner
- Michael Rooker as Church
- Kelly B. Jones as Cynthia
- Sahajak Boonthanakit as Shoal
- Dom Hetrakul as Calob
- Bob Holly as Morgan
- Marina Ponomareva as Lexi
- Levern Gibbs as Spotter
- Tsyun Malherbe as Young Tourist
- Able Wanamakok as Reporter on TV
- Thienchai Jayasvasit as Thickest
- Kawee Sirikanaerut as Bantoc
- Pongsanart Vinsiri as Military Commander
A sequel, The Marine 3: Homefront, was released on March 5, 2013. It stars WWE wrestler Mike "The Miz" Mizanin in the lead role. However, Randy Orton was initially cast in the lead role, but due to his previous negative association with the Marine Corps he was replaced by Mizanin.
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- Luce, Patrick (2012-05-01). "WWE wrestler "The Miz" is the new Marine". monstersandcritics.com. Retrieved 2012-08-13.
- Csonka, Larry (2012-04-03). "Randy Orton Loses Role in Marine: Homefront Due to Outrage From The Real Marines". Retrieved 2012-08-13.