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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Star Henry Golding Buys Mar Vista Home

Henry Golding, star of “Crazy RIch Asians” and “Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins” has purchased an estate in Mar Vista with his wife, yoga instructor Liv Lo, for $2.4 million as reported by The Golding became a star almost overnight after his performance in “Crazy...
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins’ on Paramount+, a Dead-on-Arrival Franchise Reboot That Henry Golding Can’t Save

Now on Paramount+, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins reboots a film series that’s been moribund since 2013’s G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and takes pains to reestablish the 1980s toy-based IP as the latest post-Marvel mega-crossover franchise — although its recent super floparoo at the theatrical box office might have just nuked any hopes of future films. So it goes, in spite of roping in Crazy Rich Asians breakout star Henry Golding to play the titular Snake Eyes, who was easily the coolest character in the whole toy line/comic book series/cartoon-slash-toy-commercial, because he wore all black and carried an uzi and was also totally a frickin’ ninja. So did the movie deserve such a fate? That’s why you’re reading this, right?

‘Downtown Owl’ Movie Adds Henry Golding to Adaptation of Best-Selling Novel

Henry Golding will be going to Owl, North Dakota for one of his next roles. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Golding has been cast in the upcoming film Downtown Owl. The character that Golding will play in the film has not yet been announced. Golding's previous work includes 2021's Snake Eyes (directed by Robert Schwentke), 2019's The Gentlemen (directed by Guy Ritchie), and Last Christmas (directed by Paul Feig). Joining Golding in the film will be the previously announced Lily Rabe, Ed Harris, Vanessa Hudgens, Finn Wittrock, Jack Dylan Grazer, and August Blanco Rosenstein.
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Henry Golding boards Downtown Owl cast

Henry Golding has joined the cast of 'Downtown Owl'. The 35-year-old actor has boarded the drama that is being directed by Lily Rabe and Hamish Linklater and will feature with previously announced stars Ed Harris, Vanessa Hudgens, Finn Wittrock, Jack Dylan Grazer, August Blanco Rosenstein and Rabe herself. The movie...

Henry Golding Joins The Cast Of Downtown Owl Adaptation, Lily Rabe And Hamish Linklater's Directorial Debut

Lily Rabe hive, our time has come. A film adaptation of Chuck Klosterman's novel "Downtown Owl" has been kicking around Hollywood for over a decade, with Adam Scott's Gettin' Rad Productions optioning the rights to the novel. All of that has changed, however, as Lily Rabe and longtime partner Hamish Linklater are making their co-directorial debuts with the adaptation. The story is set in the fictional town of Owl, North Dakota, following the intrinsically connected lives of three different characters — the elderly Horace, depressed high school backup quarterback Mitch, and Julia, the new English teacher in town. Set in the 1980s, the small town of Owl is somewhat distanced from the current trends and stranglehold of pop culture, allowing their lives to be intimately shaped by their interactions with one another when their lives are all bewildered by a freak blizzard.