Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins star, Henry Golding, believes G.I. Joe isn’t anything without Cobra. In two months, the most well known G.I. Joe part is getting an origin story on the big screen. The first trailer delivered this previous Sunday, teasing the character’s excursion to becoming the iconic silent warrior.
In an interview with Screen Rant, Henry Golding, the entertainer bringing the personality of Snake Eyes to life in the upcoming G.I. Joe movie, discusses Cobra appearing in the story. Look at Golding’s statement underneath:
Without giving endlessly a lot spoilers… Cobra is a lot of an organization that is available in this movie, The Baroness being one of its agents. How would I say this? I’m simply trying to think about the pitfalls of where I can say something embarrassing. Yet, no, the GI Joe is nothing without Cobra.
Golding certainly isn’t wrong in his evaluation about Cobra and G.I. Joe. Cobra is basically accepted to seem at whatever point a potential G.I. Joe project is declared. It will be interesting seeing the amount of Cobra is introduced in the story. The movie could show Storm Shadow joining Cobra’s positions as he does in different continuities, yet that remains to be seen. The film will begin the dynamic between Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow. Besides Baroness, no other Cobra agents are confirmed to show up.
The big question numerous fans are likely having is if the Snake Eyes movie will effectively kick off another series of G.I. Joe films. The previous two live-action tries weren’t huge hits. The upcoming film could offer a new beginning with a bigger emphasis on compelling dialog. The universe of G.I. Joe hopes to extend with another character too. A live-action Amazon series with G.I. Joe’s Lady Jaye is supposedly being developed. As a property, G.I. Joe has a ton of potential for engaging storylines and action. Ideally, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins will do well critically and be a financial hit to encourage more tasks on the conflict against Cobra.