It wasn’t comfortable on the big screen for the G.I. Joe series. The 2009 film was, frankly, awful. But G.I. Joe: Retaliation was huge fun, enhanced as Roadblock by Dwayne Johnson, the Bruce Willis appearance where he almost looks like he is looking there for a few minutes and a brilliant stunt of multi-colored Ninjas-on – a-mountainside which showed all its glory to Snake Eyes. That alone is worth the admission fee.
However, despite this, G.I. Joe 3 takes his time off the table. Meanwhile, Paramount won’t sleep on this movie, however, because there’s a G.I. Joe spinoff film currently in production based on Snake Eyes. Yeah, the dreams of every child from the 1980s are fulfilled when we get a Snake Eyes film.
In the latest news about the film from Snake Eyes, Henry Golding took Instagram to post the very first look of the movie on the occasion of his birthday. As you can see just below, the title character of Golding is clearly shown in Japan, draped darkly from behind with blades at his side, undoubtedly during his Ninja workout.
The untitled Snake Eyes G.I. Joe spinoff movie is now scheduled to fight for independence anywhere on October 23, 2020.
Robert Schwentke is directing Snake Eyes, a script by Evan Spiliotopoulos, and so far, a sterling cast has been assembled. In the lead role: Henry Golding, whose debut in the brutal hit Crazy Rich Asians led in only a year and a half to the films A Simple Favor, Monsoon, Last Christmas, and The Gentlemen.
The talented actor must take on his first action, and he has a cast that helps him. Snake Eyes is also the star of a spectacular Samara weaving as Scarlett, Úrsula Corberó, Baroness Peter Mensah as blind masters, and Andrew Koji as Snake Eyes’ brother and the lethal Storm Shadow nemesis.
Snake Eyes is in front of the cameras, so we didn’t have a look at any videos yet–but thanks to Golding, we got a fascinating photo of the flicker cast. On the 33rd birthday of the actor, he took Instagram with him to share a black-and-white shot of himself from behind and to make several stone steps.
We could get a thorough film from the Snake Eyes, even related to a lot of Storm Shadow. Or it could concentrate on an already developed Snake Eyes and retain the mystery character’s awesomeness. The problem is, how much will the studio focus on a lead role which never speaks about?
Nonetheless, everyone is undoubtedly happy if the end of the film is a tribute to “Silent Interlude,” a story by Larry Hama from the much-underrated G.I. Joe. The 1980s series of Joe Marvel Comics, a title designed to reflect the story of the 33/4′′ relaunch of Hasbro Toys’ famous military line. Right there, in a comic story that was told entirely without words, a good piece of Snake Eyes’ mystique started, because Snake Eyes had just installed a single badass on Destro’s castle.