As anticipated, followers who’ve been longing to get a glimpse at “Snake Eyes” are freaking out over this official trailer, taking to Twitter to set free all their emotions.
“SOOOOOOOOO GOOD #SnakeEyes,” one Twitter person wrote, echoing the all-caps sentiments of one other fan who tweeted, “THIS LOOKS GOOD.” Twitterer @supermangeek101 gave props to Henry Golding of their response to the trailer, writing, “Henry Golding is such a badass Snake Eyes!” Elsewhere, Twitter person @EdwardIsSoCool was so amped-up in regards to the “Snake Eyes” trailer that they’d to make use of a GIF — of an animated Snake Eyes breakdancing, naturally — to correctly categorical their feelings.
Although some hoped that the trailer would be longer than a mere 58 seconds (Paramount Photos did market it as an official trailer and never a teaser at that clipped size, so the confusion is comprehensible) and others weren’t positive why “Snake Eyes” includes a helmet-less, facial-scar-free character (it is an origin story!), it seems that the final consensus on this primary in-motion have a look at “Snake Eyes” is that it completely guidelines.
“Snake Eyes” will arrive in theaters on July 23.