Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins Trailer Out: Release Date Confirmed, Report Says, it’s Not a Superhero Movie

One of the most beloved characters from G.I.Joe is the Snake Eye, we don’t know who he is till now. We have seen and are familiar with the skills he holds. We have seen him fighting in the previous movies. And he is of course a Ninja. Ninjas are warriors. They have mastered the skills of martial arts and work under a master. But G.IJoe presented us with a different kind of Ninja who works under the government. And finally, he is getting his own movie. It’s quite an expensive project to be released in theatre this year when the pandemic is at its peak.


The movie is quite an expensive project as I have mentioned earlier, that’s why there are three studies that are backing this movie. The studios which are involved in this are Paramount Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, and Skydance. This movie is directed by Robert Schwentke.

You guys know him as the director of the Divergent series. The movie also stars the most famous guy in Asia right now. Yup, you guessed it right. He was the star of the show in Cray Rich Asians and played a gangster in Guy Ritchie’s The Gentleman. He is playing this role. This of course means the old actor, Ray Park is not returning.

Henry Golding has also warned us that this movie does not come under the superhero genre. Everything in this movie is portrayed as real as possible. There were experts on the set who told us about their history as well as there were action choreographers who told us the limit we can go to when making a martial arts movie. This is a pure action flick and does not go to the theatres to watch a man with superpowers.

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The trailer was released yesterday which gives us pretty serious action vibes. It also told us a little bit about what will happen in the movie. We also had a glimpse of the action sequences which are going to be in it. The release date for this movie is the 22nd of July this year.

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