Henry Golding Is Snake Eyes in G.I. Joe Spin-Off Movie




Crazy Rich Asians The star Henry Golding was chosen to play in the film Snake Eyes . The G.I. Joe will be an original story, so fans will not see Ray Park back in the role. Producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura revealed at the end of last year that Park would not come back because they needed a young man to tell the story of the formation of the hero Snake Eyes . Now that the cast is going on, it's only a matter of time before production starts on the long-awaited spin-off.

Henry Golding will play the mysterious ninja in the Snake Eyes movie, which "would focus on Snake Eyes to avenge the death of his father by joining a ninja clan and, in doing so, to gain acceptance. " Evan Spiliotopoulos wrote the script for the film and Robert Schwentke is ready to lead. Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Brian Goldner produce the G.I. Joe spin-off. Ray Park played the character in previous episodes on the big screen, G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra and Retaliation while never speaking and never revealing his face.

Since we are going to see an original story, we are going to have to see the face of The Snake Eyes . Henry Golding seems to be a good choice because his star is on the rise, thanks to Crazy Rich Asians and A Simple Favor . He also plays a leading role in the upcoming star of The Last Christmas, opposite Game of Thrones Emilia Clarke. Snake Eyes the actor might well get down into the rabbit's hole of the franchise if everything went as planned. Paramount has a lot of projects under development around the Hasbro and Golding toy line could possibly benefit from a further breakthrough in his career.

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Reactions to the Previous GI Joe's Movies were mixed in better, so that the spin-off of Snake Eyes will really have to do something different to stand out from the rest of the series. Paramount aims to create a film universe Hasbro, in the footsteps of Marvel Studios, which is at least a rather ambitious goal. With the release date scheduled for next fall, the cameras will soon begin to shoot Snake Eyes to meet the deadline. However, the studio may push the film further.

Snake Eyes is likely to change the game for the G.I. Joe and the kinetic universe Hasbro. It might be wise to take some notes of the recent Transformers spin-off Bumblebee in terms of fierce frankness and hope to continue in a new direction. That being said, Snake Eyes is a fan favorite who may be able to speak to people who are not familiar with the original comic book series and cartoons. The Hollywood Reporter was the first to announce Henry Golding's participation in the film Snake Eyes .

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