‘Snake Eyes’ Final Trailer Brings Cobra Out of Hiding in Theaters

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‘Snake Eyes’ Final Trailer Brings Cobra Out of Hiding in Theaters

Ahead of the film’s release this weekend, Paramount Pictures has gifted fans a final look at the upcoming GI Joe Origins going outside, snake Eyes. Featuring some new footage mixed in with many of the shots previously seen, the newly released trailer gives us another glimpse of the upcoming action in the first installment of a planned ongoing franchise.

Based on the fan-favorite GI Joe character, Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins Will re-introduce the audience to the famous killer. Although the character will appear a little different to fans used to, openly showing his face and speaking in contrast to how snake eyes are usually depicted. In the film, Snake Eyes, a determined loner, is welcomed into an ancient Japanese clan called the Arshikage after saving the life of his successor. Upon arriving in Japan, Arshikage teaches Snake Eyes the ways of a ninja warrior, while also providing him with something he’s longed for: a home. But, when secrets from his past are revealed, Snake Eyes’ honor and loyalty will be tested, even if it means losing the trust of those closest to him.

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Directed by Robert Schwentke (Red, RIPD.) with a screenplay written by Ivan Spiliotopoulos (The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Beauty and the Beast), Joe Shrapnel, and Anna Waterhouse, from a story by Spiliotopoulos, Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins would serve as a reboot of the franchise, serving as an origin story for Titanic Assassin, as well as seeing all kinds of sequels and spin-offs, and thus igniting a GI Joe shared universe.

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Andrew Koji, Ursula Corbero, Samara Weaving, Haruka Abe, Takehiro Hira, and raided Echo Uvais with Golding, snake Eyes With the kind of awe-inspiring fight sequences and explosive set pieces promised by GI Joe enthusiasts, the film is sure to be a hit with action movie fans.

Despite its apparent comparison with the likes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, lead Henry Golding cautions that it is far from another superhero origin story. “It’s not a superhero movie. People need to understand that these characters, the GI Joe universe, are ordinary people with extraordinary skills and who have dedicated their lives to it,” Golding explained.

“So the action is also very grounded in reality. And someone explained it fantastically. They’re like, it felt like a Mission: Impossible movie. Like the detail and all that and the world that we were filming, especially From Japan, it feels like it’s kind of grounded and like we’re being sucked into a reality. It’s really, really hard not to believe. So I think with this teaser, it’s really It’s going to leave people salivating for more, so I can’t wait for the full trailer to release like this. And finally in the summer, people can come to the theatres.”

Viewers don’t have to wait too long to enjoy the action-packed thrill Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins is scheduled for a theatrical release in the United States on July 23, 2021 by Paramount Pictures.

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