G-Force (film) G-Force, known in some countries speaking as G-Force G-Force: License to spy, is a 2009 film produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. Written by Cormac and Marianne Wibberley, this film marks the directorial debut of Hoyt Yeatman, who won the Oscar for his visual effects work. Yeatman Bruckheimer previously worked on several films that include Armageddon, Con Air and The Rock. G-Force is a blend of animated characters and real people. This is the first live-action film produced by Disney in Disney Digital 3-D, not including concerts. It is also the first Jerry Bruckheimer movie in 3-D. G-Force features the voices of Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, Jon Favreau, Penelope Cruz, Tracy Morgan and Steve Buscemi among the original voices, while Hispanic includes dubbing the voices of Jorge Arvizu, Polo Ort n, Gloria Estefan, Eduardo Spain Fabio Posca and Humberto V lez.In Spain dubbing voices stand out as the main roles of Constantino Romero, Abraham Aguilar, Jose Padilla, Ram n Langa, Rafael Alonso Naranjo Jr. and Monica Cruz, the latter turning to Johnson, which lends his voice curiously his sister Penelope in the original version.