Paramount has just dropped the new trailer and the featurette of the action thriller Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins. This trailer has headed the inseparable bonding between the two leads Henry Golding’s Snake Eyes and Andrew Koji’s Storm Shadow.
As we are slowly getting back to our normal life and the pandemic restrictions are also lifted so many folks are also head back into the theatres so some daring summer blockbusters are also needed to recapture the magic of film. The director Robert Schwentke has found a perfect balance of this character-driven story and also some incredible action sequences.
The film’s story follows the incredible hero Snake Eyes, who is a loner and participated in an ancient Japanese clan named Arashikage after rescuing the life of their heir, Storm Shadow. From starting, this man was trained to be a ninja warrior, so his honour and allegiance were also tested by Cobra, a terrorist organization.
It has been seen that Golding is speaking about the relationship between Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow. His character has been longed for the home and a family, and it is also growing to think of Strom Shadow like the brother he never had before.
In this Golding also has stated about their more complicated friendship said that this relationship never sorts of ends and also sort of peeling back to those layers and also discovering more. There is no doubt that it is a great thing about the origin of the story which they got to see the basis and to watch about the emotional charge for both of the characters and at some point it did the turn.
The writer of G.I. Joe comics Larry Hama has emphasized his writing which also was character-based which thing he has attributed to the success of the series. After watching the brotherly loyalty it is assuming that there are some emotional as well as many physical conflicts in the movie. It seems that the emotional depth and the intricacy would make that film much better, but it is definitely thrilling entertainment.
The latest trailer is just showing the starting and the development of their friendship that has been put on the test by the Baroness villain, an elite Cobra operative. This trailer has been driven by an incredible setpiece like the other Golding’s training that actually pays off with some spectacular sequences. Koji represents his own skills which are already been cemented along with his own Cinemax martial art series Warrior.
It is more thrilling to watch some of the glimpses of several action scenes with Samara Weaving, who will play the role of Scarlett who is an agent of Clan Arashikage.
This film has yet to hit on the theatres on 23rd July 2021
Here is the trailer of the film: