Originaltitel, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins. Startdatum, Oktober Jahr, Originalsprache, Englisch. Genre, Abenteuer, Action, Thriller. Regie. Snake Eyes will zu den Elite-Killern des Arashikage Clans gehören, doch der Weg in diese Kreise ist mit Schweiß und Blut getränkt. Die Killer des Arashikage Clans übernehmen Aufträge, an die sich sonst keiner rantraut, und nur besonders gute. Snake Eyes steht für: Snake Eyes (), italienisch-amerikanischer Film von Abel Ferrara · Snake Eyes (), US-amerikanischer Film von Alex Bretow und.
Snake Eyes: GI Joe OriginsSpiel auf Zeit (Originaltitel: Snake Eyes) ist ein US-amerikanischer Thriller aus dem Jahr Der Regisseur war Brian De Palma, der gemeinsam mit David. Snake Eyes (Henry Golding) will zu den Elite-Killern des Arashikage Clans gehören, doch der Weg in diese Kreise ist mit Schweiß und Blut getränkt. Die Killer. Einer der letzten Blockbuster des Jahres muss weichen. Anstelle des geplanten Kinostarts im Oktober wird auch „Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins“.
Snake Eyes Regarder ce film VideoSnake eyes ( 2021) HD Trailer , film Reviews, Full Detailed, And More Snake Eyes est un film réalisé par Brian De Palma avec Nicolas Cage, John Heard. Synopsis: Le palais des sports d'Atlantic City contient à peine la foule venue assister au match du siècle 3/5(K).
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The Transformers , the Devil's Due crossover series with Transformers set in an alternate continuity. Joe is organized, Snake Eyes is assigned to a group of soldiers protecting a peace conference in Washington.
He is called "Chatterbox" but does not actually speak, because he had been dared by the other soldiers to actually keep quiet for a time.
Snake Eyes is terribly scarred, and loses his voice, when a Cobra Commander-controlled Starscream shoots Cover Girl 's missile tank out from under him.
His family is also killed during the attack. Joe and Cobra to team-up to retrieve them. The first group to be sent back in time includes Snake Eyes, Lady Jaye, Zartan, and Storm Shadow, sent back to s California.
After recovering all of the Transformers, they arrive back on Cybertron. Joe was originally planned for publication during the same time as G.
The Transformers by Dreamwave Productions , until they announced bankruptcy, leaving only the first miniseries completed.
The story features the Transformers meeting the G. Joe team in , where Snake Eyes is prominent in defeating the Decepticons by opening the Matrix.
In the second miniseries set in the s, Snake Eyes is somehow still in fighting shape, despite having been a member of the team in In , IDW Publishing took over the license for G.
Joe comics, and started a new series that continues where the Marvel Comics series ended. This continuation of the Marvel series is again written by Larry Hama.
Snake Eyes ultimately sacrifices himself to stop a revived Serpentor from destroying the Pit III. IDW Publishing also started a G. Joe comic series that does not connect to any of the past continuity.
Snake Eyes is once again a member of the team, and throughout the first storyline, he is a renegade agent of G.
Joe, with whom Scarlett is in communication unapproved by Hawk. Snake Eyes first appears in the Crimean Rivera chasing Nico. Scarlett sends him a message signed "Love Red", which is a code telling him to run.
He heads to Seattle where he finds Mainframe ,  and gives him the hard drive that Scarlett requested, containing information about Springfield.
Once there, they retrieve evidence from a secret lab that Cobra exists, before the town is leveled by a MOAB. With the evidence in hand, the two are accepted back into the G.
Snake Eyes eventually heads to Manhattan , NYC, to meet his old mentor, who helps him heal his mind after his defeat.
Joe: Origins , Snake Eyes receives an update to the origin of his wounds. In the first storyline, Duke and Scarlett travel to the North Las Vegas community hospital, and find Snake Eyes in the burn unit intensive care near bed K BUICK , the only survivor of an explosion at a plastic surgery clinic.
Snake Eyes' face and hands are completely bandaged, and he is now mute because of the explosion. He later appears in his black uniform with a visor and sword, a variation of his original figure's uniform, as part of the second storyline on a mission in London.
A solo title G. Joe: Snake Eyes started in May , being part of the G. Joe: Cobra Civil War saga. After Cobra Civil War ended, G. Joe: Snake Eyes continued into the new story arc G.
Joe: Cobra Command , finally showing why and how he deserted the Joes and what part Storm Shadow had played. In January , IDW published G.
Joe: Snake Eyes - Agent of Cobra. Written by Mike Costa, this series looks into Snake Eyes joining Cobra, whether Storm Shadow and Scarlet will join him, and how Destro plays into his transition.
Unlike his comic book counterpart, Snake Eyes did not play a major role in the Sunbow's G. Joe: A Real American Hero TV series, with the exception of the first miniseries "The M.
Device", where some of his origins were explored. He was always portrayed as a trusted and loyal teammate, and even proved to have a sense of humor, as seen when he broke into a break-dancing routine on-stage, and later in a disguise resembling Boy George in the "Pyramid of Darkness" miniseries.
In the first miniseries, Snake Eyes appeared in his "V1" uniform, but for all of his later appearances he wore a bluish-grey version of his "V2" uniform.
Additionally, he does not have a rivalry with Storm Shadow in the cartoon, who instead fights with such characters as Spirit and Quick Kick.
Although Snake Eyes does not speak, the vocal effects of Snake Eyes' wolf Timber were provided by Frank Welker. Snake Eyes is shown in a few scenes of G.
Joe: The Movie , including the opening title sequence, but like many of the characters of the Sunbow cartoon, he has a very minor role in the final battle.
Snake Eyes was shown during the DiC's G. Joe series in his "V4" uniform. He did have a few key episodes, and was shown to be working with his blood brother Storm Shadow, who now was a member of the G.
Joe Ninja Force. Snake Eyes was shown more in this series as a ninja, but none of his origins or his relationships were explored before this series ended.
Snake Eyes is a member of G. Joe in all of the direct to video CG-animated movies. The continuity of these movies does not tie into the previous history, and more directly leads into the events of G.
Joe: Sigma 6. Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow are once again on opposite sides fighting each other. Snake Eyes is shown throughout G.
Joe: Spy Troops , which marked his first appearance as a major animated character. He is a part of the team that goes to rescue Scarlett after she is taken hostage by Zartan, but their relationship is not fully explored.
Snake Eyes also spares Storm Shadow's life, even though he asked to have Snake Eyes end it. Snake Eyes is seen in G. Joe: Valor vs. Venom as the master to both of his apprentices Jinx and Kamakura.
Snake Eyes gives Kamakura a sword named "Tatsuwashi", and battles Storm Shadow as well as several of the new Cobra Ninjas. In the animated short G.
Joe: Ninja Battles , a new apprentice code named Tiger Claw is joining the G. Joe team, and learns of Snake Eyes' and Storm Shadow's past in the Arashikage Clan.
Most of the movie is narration over original artwork and some scenes from the previous two movies, as well as some new footage at the end.
This movie is not in the same continuity as the comics, and events here do not seem to progress into Sigma Six. Joe: Resolute during a briefing on the attack of the USS Flagg.
During an autopsy on Bazooka , a scroll with the Arashikage symbol on it is found. The instructions on the scroll tell Snake Eyes to go where everything began, where he takes out a team of Cobra Neo-Vipers while Storm Shadow watches and waits.
After this battle, a brief history of Storm Shadow and Snake Eyes is shown. In this series, their rivalry comes from Storm Shadow wanting his uncle to teach him the Seventh Step to the Sun technique, a move that allows one to kill an opponent in seven blows.
When his uncle refuses, Storm Shadow signals Zartan to assassinate his uncle. Snake Eyes is shot in the throat by Zartan, to prevent him from warning their master, resulting in his becoming mute.
Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow face off in a one on one battle. Storm Shadow initially dominates the fight, as he had been taught the Sixth Step to the Sun compared to Snake Eyes' fifth.
Snake Eyes however shows that he in fact was taught the Seventh Step to the Sun technique, and kills Storm Shadow with seven blows, the last perforating his skull.
He later rejoins the rest of the team in their final assault on Cobra Commander's headquarters.
The love triangle of Snake Eyes, Scarlett and Duke is also explored slightly in this series. Early on in the episode, Duke makes Scarlett choose between Snake Eyes and himself, and she ultimately decides to be with Duke.
Joe: Renegades , Snake Eyes is a member of G. He was given the name "Hebi no me" "Snake Eyes" by his Arashikage clan sensei, Hard Master, because he possesses the "steely gaze of a serpent".
He cannot speak after having his throat punctured, and just shows up for special missions when called by Scarlett, who can "translate" what he is thinking.
He is not used to teamwork, but now that he has joined G. Joe, his sense of honor and morality would not let him walk away. In the episode "Dreadnoks Rising", Zartan takes off his visor but puts it back on and says, "You need it more than I do".
Snake Eyes' wolf Timber made an appearance in the episode "White Out", where he was rescued by Snake Eyes from a bear trap , before they were assaulted by Storm Shadow and Shadow-Vipers; at the end, Snake Eyes asks Snow Job to watch Timber until he returns.
In the episode "Revelations, Part 1", Scarlett learns that Snake Eyes briefly met her father, and promised him to look after his daughter, and he shows signs of having feelings for her.
During the time when Snake Eyes still spoke, before his throat injury in the episodes "Return of the Arashikage, Parts ", Snake Eyes was voiced by Danny Cooksey.
Snake Eyes again appears as part of the G. Joe: Sigma 6 toy series. Although similar in concept to the earlier G. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, the Sigma 6 action figures do not tie into the continuity of the original G.
The first wave in contained a Snake Eyes figure. A "Ninja Showdown" battle pack also contained alternate versions of Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow.
In , all of the figures were re-released with new molds and accessories, including four different versions of Snake Eyes.
Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Snake Eyes: G. Director: Robert Schwentke. Writer: Evan Spiliotopoulos. Added to Watchlist. The Most Anticipated Movies to Stream in February Movies I will be watching at the Cinema - Most Anticipated Edit Cast Credited cast, sorted by IMDb STARmeter: Samara Weaving Scarlett Henry Golding The Baroness Andrew Koji Storm Shadow Iko Uwais Hard Master Peter Mensah