The “G.I. Joe” team raised some “questions” about the decision to cast Henry Golding as Snake Eyes due to his romantic comedy (rom-com) past, a producer in the upcoming origins movie revealed.
Movie genre past: Lorenzo di Bonaventura made the revelation in an interview with Empire on Tuesday, a day after Paramount released the final trailer for “Snake Eyes,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Getting started: Golding, who plays the film’s lead male character, Nick Young, said in jest that Warner Bros. would need to “lock down” director Jon M. Chu, 41, to make the movie.
“Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins,” which stars Henry Golding as the titular iconic character, dropped its first trailer on Sunday during the MTV Movie and TV Awards.
About the film: The highly anticipated spinoff from the G.I. Joe franchise centers on Golding’s character as he is “welcomed into an ancient Japanese clan and taught the way of the ninja warrior,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Actor Henry Golding will star alongside Dakota Johnson in Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Persuasion.”
About the adaptation: The film will be a modern take on Austen’s last completed novel, according to Deadline.
“Crazy Rich Asians” actor Henry Golding and yoga instructor wife Liv Lo are expecting their first child.
Golding, 33, announced the big news on Nov. 6 by posting a picture of him and his 35-year-old wife on Instagram with the caption, “2021 is already looking brighter,” according to The Straits Times.
Henry Golding has explained the reason behind his decision to play Kit, his first major LGBTQ+ role in the upcoming film “Monsoon.”
The movie, written and directed by Hong Khaou, first premiered at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in June 2019.
Henry Golding, star of “Crazy Rich Asians,” is taking on a new role in the upcoming film, Hong Khaou’s “Monsoon.”
The 33-year-old actor plays Kit, a British Vietnamese man, as he returns to Saigon for the first time in 30 years after fleeing the Vietnam-American War.
A year ago, Jon M. Chu’s “Crazy Rich Asians” hit the theaters with what was then a cast of many unfamiliar faces — until it achieved an unprecedented success at the box office, redefining Asian talent in Hollywood.
Among them, of course, is Henry Golding, a British Malaysian actor who found the film to be his first movie ever.
English-Malaysian actor Henry Golding is reportedly in early talks to star in an upcoming G.I. Joe spinoff film “Snake Eyes.”
Citing sources privy to the film’s development, Variety reports that filmmaker Robert Schwentke (The Divergent Series: “Insurgent” and “Allegiant”) has been tapped to helm the project currently being written by screenwriter Evan Spiliotopoulos (“Beauty and the Beast” and ”The Huntsman: Winter’s War”).
“Last Christmas,” a new holiday-themed romantic comedy that stars “Crazy Rich Asians” actor Henry Golding and “Game of Thrones” actress Emilia Clarke, looks like something we’re going to fa-la-la-la-love.
Henry Golding, the all-around stunning “Crazy Rich Asians” actor, apparently has a very awkward audition tape that he sent when he applied to be a travel show host in Malaysia.
While on the guest chair in “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” the 32-year-old English-Malaysian actor shared his story.
A little less than a year after “Crazy Rich Asians” took over America, cast members Henry Golding and Gemma Chan have ventured into making their own movies.
In a tweet on Wednesday, Golding proudly announced his Long House Productions, saying “thinking man’s action and sci-fi will be the name of the game.”