Snake Eye: the release date of the film has been brought forward

Snake Eye: the release date of the film has been brought forward

Snake Eye

The release of Snake Eye, the Hasbro and Paramount movie, inspired by the iconic character G.I. Joe, was, contrary to the common line, anticipated. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and slower vaccine implementation than we wanted has forced film studios to either continue to delay their films or aim for a hybrid release of the films on online streaming platforms.

Paramount announced it would shorten the theaters window for their films from ninety to forty-five days with new releases, which will then stream on Paramount +. Probably for this reason, Paramount has decided to anticipate the release of one of its already belated films, Snake Eye. In fact, during the live streaming of the Hasbro Pulse Fan Fest and subsequently confirmed through the official social media, it was announced that the release of Snake Eyes has been moved from 22 October 2021 to 23 July 2021. From the official G.I. Joe from Twitter let us know that the film will only be shown on the big screen.

Summer plans made. #SnakeEyes is now coming to theaters July 23, 2021 - Experience it only on the big screen. ūüźćūüĎÄ @GIJoeMovie

- G.I. JOE (@GIJoeOfficial) April 9, 2021

The release announcement also came with a new logo, even though the film is officially among those films that no one knows about. official title. The anticipation of the release in theaters will soon kick off the advertising marketing operations, so soon we will be able to understand the official title and something more about the settings and the various looks of the characters and, probably, something more about the plot of this. film set in the Hasbro GI Joe universe.

We remind you that Snake Eyes will be directed by Robert Schwentke, in the cast there are actors of the caliber of Henry Golding, Andrew Koji, Iko Uwais, Úrsula Corberó, Samara Weaving, Haruka Abe, Takehiro Hira, Steven Allerick and Peter Mensah and, therefore, will be officially released in cinemas on July 23, 2021 in theaters.

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Henry Golding's Snake Eyes revealed in new movie-accurate Hasbro toys

A fresh look at Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins has finally arrived ahead of the new release date for Henry Golding's big action movie, but it's not exactly the first look fans might be expecting.

EW can exclusively reveal Hasbro's upcoming G.I. Joe Classified Series toy line inspired by the Snake Eyes film. Golding appeared during the company's Hasbro Pulse Fan Fest panel on Friday to unbox his own action figure that reveals the title character's movie-accurate costume (as shown in the video above).

'Holy moly! That's my face!' Golding exclaims in reaction to himself in action-figure form. 'It's even got the beard there, too.'

Hasbro G.I. Joe Snake Eyes figure.

Beyond a behind-the-scenes shot of Golding in character, with his back turned to the camera, Paramount Pictures hasn't released any images or trailers for Snake Eyes. The actor now prefaces that this toy line offers 'a little teeny tiny glimpse into what we created' for the movie.

Hasbro G.I. Joe Snake Eyes figure.

The six-inch-tall Snake Eyes G.I. Joe Classified Series figure, retailing at $19.99, comes with Morning Light, the character's new sword.

'The story behind that [sword] will be told in the movie,' Golding promises. He also points to the classic Arashikage symbol on the figure's arm, which is the insignia for the Arashikage ninja clan in Japan to which Snake Eyes belongs.

The real costume used for Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins, Golding said with a whistle, will have fans 'frothing at the mouth.'

Hasbro G.I. Joe Storm Shadow figure.

Hasbro G.I. Joe Storm Shadow figure.

The G.I. Joe Classified Series also features figures based on the film's depictions of Andrew Koji as Snake Eyes rival Storm Shadow, Úrsula Corberó as Cobra intelligence officer the Baroness, Samara Weaving as classic G.I. Joe character Scarlett, and Haruka Abe as Akiko. Each figure retails for $19.99 and stand at six inches.

Story continues

Divergent series filmmaker Robert Schwentke directs Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins, which, as the name suggests, offers an origin story to the sword-swinging martial artist known as Snake Eyes. The character is typically never seen without his helmet, but the figure suggests we'll be seeing a lot of Golding in and out of his signature helmet.

Hasbro G.I. Joe Scarlett figure.

Hasbro G.I. Joe Scarlett and Baroness figures.

'I think the heart of the story really is who Snake is and his journey as a person, really. Understanding his motivations,' Golding previously told EW. 'I can't give away too much, but it really focuses on the one person instead of having 20 people on screen and understanding background. We start from the beginning. And, hopefully, this launches an amazing franchise.'

The G.I. Joe Classified Series seeks to capture the detail and 'pulse-pounding excitement' of the film, which takes inspiration from Japanese samurai movies.

Hasbro G.I. Joe Baroness figure.

Hasbro G.I. Joe Baroness figure.

Also featured in the cast but not seen in the new figures are Iko Uwais as Hard Master, Peter Mensah as Blind Master, and Takehiro Hira as Kenta.

'For us to never really see what is beneath the mask, it always missed something,' Golding has said. 'Snake Eyes was always seen as a weapon, as almost an inanimate object. But when you get to see someone's eyes, you get to see their past, you get to see their future, you get their personality behind that. And so, we throw it back right to the beginning and see how he progresses and how he develops into this most amazing character.'

Hasbro G.I. Joe Akiko figure.

Hasbro G.I. Joe Akiko figure.

After a series of delays prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins is now slated to hit theaters July 23.

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