Snake Eyes secret gives Henry Golding a G.I. Joe history

 Snake Eyes secret gives Henry Golding a G.I. Joe history 





Here's the thing about this fairly short secret trailer for Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Starting points—other than having a caption similarly as bulky as Solo: A Star Wars Story: Henry Golding is an inconceivably attractive man, and we know this since film is a visual medium, so we can see it with our own non-snake eyes. Whatever else occurs in this side project—ninja stuff, vehicle pursues, Samara Weaving doing the thing—they have at any rate prevailing with regards to snagging Henry Golding into it. 


This—once more, very short—mystery for Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Starting points (the full title should be proclaimed) isn't actually arresting, and there's little that spots it in the domain of the scarcely settled G.I. Joe artistic universe. Furthermore, that may really be something beneficial for this prequel/side project, which stars Golding as the eponymous ninja and investigates his "arranged history" with a supporting cast that incorporates Samara Weaving as Scarlett, Andrew Koji as Tempest Shadow, and Úrsula Corberó as The Aristocrat. 


Golding is acquiring a character recently played by Beam Park in both G.I. Joe: The Ascent Of Cobra and G.I. Joe: Counter—two forgettable establishment non-starters that truly attempted to cause us to trust in Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Cobra Officer briefly back there. The furthest down the line endeavor to make G.I. Joe occur, this time in prequel structure, hits theaters on July 23.


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