Byung-Hun Lee G.I. JOE: RETALIATION On Set Interview | Collider
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I wanted to be prepared and be strong for any unexpected challenges, so from the beginning I was doing kick-boxing. I was wearing a sauna suit everyday, I was wearing sea goggles, I was wearing gloves. I was trying to put myself through the worst condition ever and most of the training sessions I was puking up.
So you were doing that during the training? Yeah, during my training. And I was wearing a few layers and I was wearing a hoodie, so I was like boxers would do. Just wear as many layers, and lean up and wear my vest and make things harder for me.
When I came to do the shoot, it was going to be a walking carpet. How different of a fighting style do you want to make Snake Eyes from say Darth Maul?
Well, Snake Eyes is straight up my alley to be honest with you, because I get to use katana swords and I get to play the ninja stars and I used to do that as a kid anyway.
I was a kid in the pub thinking he was a ninja. So I got to sort of be that kid again in Snake Eyes. Being Snake Eyes and working with the stunt boys, they wanted to show a range of martial arts but use my style as a catalyst to get to whatever we were going to get to.
So we combined all types of styles, like a hybrid. I love playing with swords, spinning swords, jumping with swords. So they just left it up to me when it came to the swords. They knew that I would add a little twist.
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The fight scenes with Storm Shadow, are they going to be weapons based or more hand to hand? So does Storm Shadow have these as well or what?
Ray Park (Snake Eyes) On Set Interview G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA | Collider | Collider
He has what you would expect Storm Shadow to use. He has his swords. Are the fighting sequences going to be more flashy? I mean the crew was pumped up when we filmed our fight scenes a few weeks ago. We did a whole five days of fights and I lost about 15 pounds in a few days.
Can you compare this film to that one and how different are the fight scenes? I had a brief moment in the laser room, it worked within the fight scene within that room, I did it to get out of that situation and I wanted to do that. I wanted to do that in a smart way. I hope it comes across with ——- Do you find it tough as an actor being stuck behind a mask…no dialogue?
But this was really about body language and whatever I was thinking and feeling I had to show it through my body. It was a challenge.
I was able to go down and do a screen test and audition and have a lot of fun with it. So when is your next romantic comedy? I love doing these roles.
I want to say, to be honest with you, it was really, really hard. It felt heavier than what it is because of how it fits on me. He quickly began to surpass Storm Shadow's abilities and was the Hard Master's choice to succeed him as the head of the clan. This caused a rift between the two friends, and Snake Eyes decided that he would leave the clan. However, before he could, an assassin who would later be revealed as Zartan killed Storm Shadow's uncle while he was demonstrating a ninja technique.
Storm Shadow, seeing the assassin fleeing in a Cobra helicopter, left the clan to follow the assassin. Due to his abrupt disappearance and the fact that the killer appeared to use a technique that Storm Shadow was a master of, Snake Eyes, the Soft Master, and the remaining clan members thought that Storm Shadow was to blame for the murder.
Storm Shadow blamed Snake Eyes for the murder, as the Hard Master was using a ninja technique to imitate Snake Eyes, thus fooling Zartan into shooting the wrong target. He was quickly made Cobra Commander's bodyguard and soon thereafter encountered his old friends, Stalker and Snake Eyes, as members of the American strike team, G. Joe, designed to destroy Cobra. Storm Shadow befriends the son of Cobra Commander, a teenager named Billy.
Eventually the two escape together. During their first attempt, while trying to flee Cobra IslandStorm Shadow was shot by the Baroness and believed to be dead. He was revived during Doctor Mindbender 's creation of Serpentor. Joe team and regained his honor through countless acts of courage. He was frequently given continuous sessions of brainwashing to ensure his loyalty, and it took him a few years to finally shake off the programming and rejoin his sword brother, Snake Eyes.
He relates to the students how he was unable to master a specific skill until he attempted to teach it; this allowed him to view the skill from different angles and ultimately master it. July America's Elite[ edit ] When the G. Joe team is reactivated in Devil's Due Publishing 's G. America's EliteStorm Shadow is added to the team due to his expertise as a covert ops specialist and ninja. However, what proves more important to the team, is the knowledge he gained as Cobra Commander's bodyguard.
While Snake Eyes and Stalker accept him as a member, fellow team member Shipwreck is the most vocal about his suspicions, considering the ninja's constantly changing loyalties. Joe command center, "The Rock". Joe prison facility "The Coffin", assisted by a mole within Cobra. He is partially successful, but Tomax manages to free Major Bludd and several others, while killing those Cobra Commander considered "loose ends". They join the rest of the main team, in defeating several Cobra cells, and disarming nuclear weapons that Cobra Commander has placed in the Amazon and Antarctica.
Reloaded[ edit ] Storm Shadow in his Reloaded uniform from the cover of G. Reloaded 10 In the alternate continuity series G. He does not wear a mask, and instead, is seen wearing a much different white uniform with a long jacket. He does face off with Snake Eyes, who in this series is his half-brother, and comments on Snake Eyes' traitorous nature.
This series ended without fully exploring their relationship. Sunbow[ edit ] Unlike the comic, the Sunbow cartoon series never explored the relationship between Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow. He was often being bandied about as a counterpart to G.
Joe member Spiritand later on against G. Joe member Quick Kick. Also, he remained loyal to Cobra until the end of the Sunbow series. He was featured in the episode Excalibur, where he finds King Arthur's sword. The Movie[ edit ] In G.
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The MovieStorm Shadow is seen in two frames when Serpentor yells at all the Cobra characters in the beginning. Joe seriesbut this time on the side of the Joe team and as a member of the Ninja Force, reflecting his status in both the toy-line and the comics at that time. He came to side with the Joes because the initial cartoon's storyline ended after G.
The Movie and so the comic dictated the path of the toys. Had the series continued with a third season, Storm Shadow would still have been a Cobra. Cobra Commander makes several comments in the episode Shadow of a Doubt about Storm Shadow being a traitor.
Storm Shadow claims that he only joined Cobra to find out who had dishonored his ninja clan. Aside from that, he is given little backstory in the animated series.
The relationship between Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow is best showcased in the Season 2 episode, The Sword, when it is shown that they both respect each other's ninja skills and abilities.
Storm Shadow was voiced by Scott McNeil. Spy Troops and G. Venomvoiced by Ty Olsson. These two movies seem to ignore the previous continuity, and deal more with the continuity of the toys and cartoon at that time. Storm Shadow is again a Cobra ninja as in previous Sunbow cartoons; however, unlike previous times, he now faces Snake Eyes.
In the animated short G. Ninja Battlesa new ninja Tiger Claw is joining G. The rivalry between the two ninjas is explained to some degree, and it shows how they have dealt with each other to this day.
Most of the movie is narration over original artwork, and some scenes from the previous movies, as well as some new footage at the end.
Resolute[ edit ] In the G. Resolute miniseries, Storm Shadow's past is revealed as his rivalry with Snake Eyes being the result of Storm Shadow fearing his uncle would teach the seventh move of the "Seven Steps to the Sun" to Snake Eyes instead of him because of his bloodlust, and then hiring Zartan to take out their master.
By present time, during the attack of the U. FlaggStorm Shadow murders Bazooka and places a scroll marked with the Arashikage symbol that issues to Snake Eyes a final duel at their former dojo. Revealing his true reasons for hating Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow pins him down using the sixth move. However, Snake Eyes's counters reveal he, in fact, had learned the final move from their master prior to his death, using it to kill Storm Shadow. Storm Shadow was voiced by Eric Bauza.
Renegades[ edit ] In the animated series G. RenegadesStorm Shadow is voiced by Andrew Kishino. He once trained with Snake Eyes and has had a bitter rivalry with him.