Sienna Miller Joins G.I. Joe Cast...As The Baroness!

From Factory Girl to COBRA femme fatale.

by | November 20, 2007 | Comments

Now that Paramount’s given it the green light, Stephen Sommers‘ live-action G.I. Joe project is wasting no time getting down to the business of casting its leads.

Variety reports that Sienna Miller has signed on to “play the film’s female lead, described as a raven-haired baroness and sexy femme fatale skilled in espionage.”


Sienna Miller in Factory Girl.

According to Variety, the film has been given a mid-February start date, and will be released on August 7, 2009. The G.I. Joe synopsis, from the article:

Story is set at Brussels-based GIJOE, an acronym for the Global Integrated Joint Operating Entity, and revolves around an international co-ed force of operatives who use high-tech equipment to battle Cobra, an evil org headed by a Scottish arms dealer.

Source: Variety

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