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TRAILER: SNAKE EYES – G.I. JOE ORIGINS Movie With Henry Golding In Theatres July 23rd.

Snake Eyes

Every warrior has a beginning.

Snake Eyes — with Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding as the ninja commando — is the origin story of one of the most popular G.I. Joe characters.

In the G.I. Joe origin story, the future commando (Henry Golding) seeks revenge for his father’s death by joining a ninja clan and finds acceptance there. Eventually he becomes the most popular member of the G.I. Joe team, has a special relationship with Scarlett (Samara Weaving), the female member of the team, and a constant companion in his wolf Timber. But he also has an arch enemy in his ninja blood brother Storm Shadow.

Cast: Henry Golding as Snake Eyes; Andrew Koji as Snake Eyes’ blood brother and arch enemy Storm Shadow; Samara Weaving as counter-intelligence officer Scarlett; Ursula Corbero as evil Cobra agent the Baroness; Iko Uwais as Snake Eyes’ sword master Hard Master; Peter Mensah as Blind Master; and Takehiro Hira as Kenta.

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The trailer opens with a big highway action sequence filmed on an airport runway at Fort Langley Aviation.


Airport runway at Fort Langley Aviation.


Andrew Koji plays Tommy/Storm Shadow in Snake Eyes.

Samara Weaving as counter-intelligence officer Scarlett.

Ursula Corbero as evil Cobra agent the Baroness.

Director: Robert Schwentke.

Writer: Evan Spiliotopoulos.

Producer: Lorenzo Di Bonaventura and Brian Goldner.

Snake Eyes filmed n Vancouver in the Fall of 2019. And also in Japan.

Related: Snake Eyes Starring Henry Golding Starts Filming in Vancouver.

Henry Golding in Vancouver from his  instagram.

Related: Snake Eyes Gets Filming Dates in Vancouver.

Filming in Vancouver:

Snake Eyes filmed all over Vancouver but was first spotted at Canfisco on Waterfront.

Filming a yakuza scene.

Snake Eyes was spotted next on the trails of Robert Burnaby Park.

And then on the highway it built in Fort Langley.

And in a motorcycle chase sequence overnight on downtown Vancouver waterfront.

Related: G. I. Joe: Snake Eyes Expected to Film in Vancouver This Fall.

Vancouver crew knew it was coming.

In theatres July 23rd.

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