So far, very little has been revealed behind the scenes of “Snake Eyes,” the long-awaited spinoff of “GIJoe” starring Henry Golding (“Rotten Rich”).
But, during an interview with Jimmy Fallon for The Tonight Show, Golding opened up about his training and took the opportunity to show a brief fight scene.
The star joked and said she morphed into an actual weapon, which is shown in the video as he wrestles with the stuntmen in the adaptation.
“I’ve fought boxing and Muay Thai before, but the training for this film was much more temperamental so I could get into the rhythm [de um ninja]. We had about four hours of choreography a day, two hours of script reading. The worst part is that if I sat down to go to the bathroom, I could not get up with fatigue, my legs were tired, but it was worth it because I became a living weapon.
“I have become a weapon, I will not lie!” @henrygolding shares world premiere of epic workout sequences for #SnakeEyes
– The Tonight Show (@FallonTonight) November 20, 2020
Golding previously confessed to NME that he hated his recording debut.
He recalled that he had undergone intense training before the recordings, but the work on the set was much more difficult.
“To be honest, the first week was painful. This movie is definitely a martial arts story, not a superhero movie anymore. It was a job that demanded a lot, a lot of my physique. I hated it at first because I couldn’t even bend over and go to the bathroom painlessly. The first week was hell. When my agent called me, I responded with a moan: “I don’t know what I’m doing!” “
Golding also confirmed that the feature will act as a reboot for the iconic “GI Joe” franchise.
“Snake Eyes” left me static. They redesigned the “GI Joe” franchise and turned it into something very different from what we’ve seen in theaters. I think there is room for a number of spinoffs, to be honest. [O filme], I believe, will be the start of a new franchise ”.
Recalling that the derivative will be launched on October 22, 2021, one year after the original date.
Check out the first official image:
Gold stars in production. The cast also includes Samara Weaving (Scarlett), Ursula Corbero (The Baroness), Iko Uwais (Hard Master), Andrew Koji (Storm Shadow) and Haruka Abe.
“Snake Eyes” is directed by Robert Schwentke, director of the last two films in the “Divergent” series, with a screenplay by Evan Spiliotopoulos, from “Beauty and the Beast”.
Snake Eyes was in ‘GI Joe: The Origin of Cobra’ (2009) and ‘GI Joe: Retaliation’ (2013), played by Ray Park, and first appeared in the 1980s, in the comic book titled ‘ GI Joe: Um True American Hero ”.
Along with his trusty pet wolf, Timber, it didn’t take long for Snake Eyes to become one of the most popular characters in the entire franchise.
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