An official teaser trailer of G.I. Joe spin-off sequel “Snake Eyes” trailer has just dropped on YouTube. From the first look, it seems like we are on the verge of getting one of the best Ninja-Action movies of our time. For starters, your silent-loner-cool-ninja Snake Eyes has revealed his face. Now it’s all fair that we couldn’t have guessed it, but here it is, Henry Golding is the Snake Eyes.
You may remember Henry Golding from “Crazy Rich Asians” directed by Kevin Kwan or from that action-comedy movie “The Gentleman” directed and produced by Guy Ritchie. All in all, it’s a quite fresh face for most of the G.I. Goe fans out there.
To Continue The Great Legacy of G.I. Joes
G.I. Joe is a military action thriller series of 2 movies based on popular G.I. Joe figurines and Comics franchise owned by Hasbro. The first movie G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, was released in 2009 under joint production of Hasbro and Paramount Pictures. It received considerable popularity among children and adults alike, and this popularity installed the framework for its next sequels. In 2013, G.I. Joe: Retaliation came out with an even bigger boom featuring Dwayne Jhonson and Bruce Willis and packed with intense action scenes and a fascinating storyline.
What to Expect: Another Ninja Action-Thriller Epic?
G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes will explore the origin of Snake Eyes and his ties with the nefarious Arashikage Clan of Japan. This spin-off is likely to explore the story of Snake Eyes before he joined the G.I. Joes. The blood-rushing action scenes and sound of crashing Ninja swords are sure to give you goosebumps.
We are pretty confident that Hasbro teaming up with Paramount yet again after a long time is not going to be a disappointment. That’s to say, it is only the “Beginning,” and the real Dish & Dessert is yet to be served. The third sequel G.I. Joe: Ever Vigilant which was planned to be released in 2020 and was delayed because of the “Snake Eyes,” may also release this year.
For now, prepare yourself for your long-awaited Ninja-Thriller, which may take the 2009 epic “Ninja Assassin” in its shadow. Do you think it’s possible after looking at this teaser trailer for Snake Eyes?