This was the hard preparation of the protagonists of Snake Eyes: The Origin

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Stunning New Final Trailer for GI Joe Snake Eyes: The Origin

Paramount Pictures has released a new behind-the-scenes video of Snake Eyes: El origen, which shows how the cast was prepared for the film

Next August 20 it opens in theaters Snake Eyes: El origen, reboot of the GI Joe franchise based on the popular Hasbro brand action figures.

Paramount pictures has released a video just over a minute long showing Henry Golding undergoing training to play the hero Snake Eyes, featuring some of his co-stars as well. Among other statements, highlight that of Úrsula Corberó (The paper house) who plays the Baroness.


Snake Eyes: El Origen stars Henry Golding as Snake Eyes, a tenacious lone warrior who, after saving the life of the heir of the Arashikage, is taken in by this Japanese clan. Upon their arrival in Japan, the Arashikage teach Snake Eyes how to become a ninja warrior, while providing him with something he longs for: a home. But when secrets from his past are revealed, Snake Eyes’ honor and loyalty will be put to the test, even if it means losing the trust of his allies.

This was the hard preparation of the protagonists of Snake Eyes: The Origin

Since I can remember I have always been attracted to drawing, comics and especially the cinema, the fault of this hobby is “Star Wars: Episode IV”, I was fascinated by the large number of spaceships that appeared in her and the whole world created by George Lucas, the scene of the corellia ship being chased by an imperial cruiser that advanced to fill the screen was shocking. The music of John Williams was catchy and easy to remember, and by then I remember my collections of stickers and the dolls of the saga. Another great influence has been the comics, specifically the Spiderman Vertice, X-Men, The Avengers, The Fantastic 4 editions, with which I learned to draw by copying the John Romita Sr. and Jack Kirby cartoons. So it was not surprising that he ended up studying at the Zaragoza School of the Arts.

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