Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins – Exclusive New Character Posters Revealed

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins – Exclusive New Character Posters Revealed

With the release of Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins fast approaching, Paramount Pictures has released a new series of motion posters featuring the heroes and villains of this G.I. Joe prequel.IGN can exclusively debut all eight motion posters, which depict the main characters of the movie alongside symbols of the three key organizations that fuel the plot – the Joes, Cobra, and the Arashikage ninja clan.. Scroll down to get a closer look at this long-awaited origin story for the silent ninja hero. Static versions of the motion posters can also be found in a gallery at the bottom of the article.Snake Eyes[ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/06/10/snake-eyes-gi-joe-origins-exclusive-motion-poster”]Henry Golding stars as Snake Eyes, a loner who is recruited into the secretive Clan Arashikage. The film will chronicle his rise and show how he becomes the elite but silent member of G.I. Joe. Though there's no guarantee the movie will follow the usual path of past G.I. Joe stories, as we already know we'll be seeing a lot of Snake Eyes' face.“Let's just say he wasn't born with a mask. There's always a beginning,” Golding told IGN. “And the importance for giving complexity to such an iconic character, I think drove us to be able to allow him to express himself because I don't think we were able to see that in the comic books. We weren't able to understand the hardships that got him to be who he is, the decisions that were made, the hurdles that had to be overcome, the wrong, the right. And we see all of that within this, [film] because perhaps he isn't the best of guys in the beginning, perhaps his motivations aren't true. But what he goes through with the Arashikage [Clan] perhaps puts him back on the right track.”Storm Shadow[ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/06/10/snake-eyes-gi-joe-origins-storm-shadow-motion-poster”]Andrew Koji plays Thomas Arashikage/Storm Shadow. In the comics, Tommy is Snake Eyes' friend and fellow trainee, though their friendship will become an outright rivalry as they grow older and find themselves on opposite sides of the G.I. Joe/Cobra war. Their relationship will be at the heart of the film, which shows Snake Eyes gradually allowing others into his solitary existence.“The only relationship that Snake Eyes, when we pick up with him, is his own," Golding said. "He is a complete loner. He's been on his own for the majority of his life, up until the point where we pick them up in the movie. And…
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