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The first “Snake Eyes” press junket video has just surfaced online! Samara met with Collider to discuss their costumes, her thoughts on Snake Eyes and Scarlett having a relationship in the sequel, her stunt double Jacqueline Lee Geurts (who has been her stunt double since Ash vs Evil Dead), as well as her upcoming films Babylon and Chevalier de Saint-Georges. Check it out below!
Collider | With director Robert Schwentke’s Snakes Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins opening this weekend in theaters, I recently spoke with Samara Weaving about playing Scarlett in the Snake Eyes movie.. During the fun interview, Weaving talked about what people would be surprised to learn about the making of the film, why even though the costumes look awesome on screen they can be tough to work with, her thoughts on Snake Eyes and Scarlett having a relationship in a sequel, why she loves her stunt double (Jacqueline Lee Geurts), and more.
In addition, with Weaving currently filming Damien Chazelle’s next movie, Babylon, she talked about why she wanted to be part of the project and how she’s getting ready to film Chevalier de Saint-Georges with Kelvin Harrison Jr. in Prague soon. While not much is known about Babylon, it’s supposedly set in the late 1920s as the film industry shifts from silent films to talkies and the incredible cast is made up of Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Katherine Waterston, Max Minghella, Olivia Wilde, Tobey Maguire, Phoebe Tonkin, and filmmaker Spike Jonze.
If you haven’t seen the trailers, Snake Eyes tells the story of how Snake Eyes (Henry Golding) and Storm Shadow (Andrew Koji) met and how their brotherly relationship fell apart. The film also introduces Úrsula Corberó as The Baroness, Haruka Abe as Akiko, Tahehiro Hira as Kenta, Iko Uwais as Hard Master, and Peter Mensah as Blind Master.
Hello Samara fans! The Hollywood Reporter exclusively broke the news today that Samara has been cast alongside Kelvin Harrison Jr. in the upcoming drama ‘Chevalier de Saint-Georges’. You can read the article below to find out more about the project! Samara is certainly keeping busy these days, and we’re so excited to follow her on yet another acting adventure. We’ll keep you updated on anything new related to the project!
Weaving stars alongside Kelvin Harrison Jr., who is playing the titular role in the true-life tale of the man known as the Black Mozart.
Samara Weaving is going from ninjas to nocturnes.
The actress, who plays G.I. Joe heroine Scarlett in Paramount and Hasbro’s upcoming Snake Eyes, will star opposite Kelvin Harrison Jr. in Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a true-life period drama directed by Stephen Williams for Searchlight.
Element Pictures, which is working with the studio on Yorgos Lanthimos’ newest project, Poor Things, is producing.
With an original script by Stefani Robinson — an Emmy-nominated writer-producer on Atlanta and What We Do in the Shadows — Chevalier centers on Joseph Bologne, or the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, who is known as the Black Mozart.
Born in the Caribbean, Bologne was the illegitimate son of a plantation owner and a slave who was then educated in France and became a fencing master, which served as an entrée into French high society. With his music and operas, he ascended to the upper echelons of Marie Antoinette’s Paris society until a court scandal laid him low.
Playing the female opposite to Harrison (Luce, Waves), Weaving takes on the role of Marie-Josephine, a woman who yearns for creative fulfillment outside of her empty, loveless marriage and defies her controlling husband to become the voice of Bologne’s opera.
Ed Guiney and Andrew Lowe at Element Pictures are producing, as are Robinson and Dianne McGunigle.
Overseeing are Searchlight’s director of production Zahra Phillips and creative executive Cornelia Burleigh.
The project returns Weaving to Searchlight, for whom she starred in her 2019 breakout, comedy-horror hit Ready or Not. The actress just booked a role in Damien Chazelle’s newest feature, Babylon, which features an all-star cast including Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie. She recently wrapped a starring turn opposite Eugenio Derbez in the remake of French comedy The Valet.
Weaving is repped by WME, Untitled Entertainment and Gang Tyre.