The hugely widespread franchise – which began as action figures and has since been adapted in to a amusing e book collection, in addition to a number of animated motion footage and TV collection, and two live-action motion footage – is place of abode be reimagined in new live-action television collection at the second being developed by Amazon, which is ready to focal point on Woman Jaye, one of the most prominent female characters in the franchise.
Woman Jaye is an undercover operative who used to be first introduced in the 1984 cartoon TV collection sooner than later being added to the comics, and used to be performed by Adrianne Palicki in the 2013 movie ‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’.
As of the time of writing, the upcoming Amazon collection does no longer possess a establish or any casting announcements attached, nonetheless Deadline reports the challenge is being produced by Paramount TV, eOne and Skydance Television.
‘Carnival Row’ showrunner Erik Oleson will create and showrun the collection, and may per chance well govt carry out alongside Lorenzo DiBonaventura.
There are additionally at the second no particulars on the situation of the collection, nonetheless it absolutely’s considered a standalone story centred round Woman Jaye, which is ready to additionally connect to the wider ‘G.I. Joe’ universe.
In the period in-between, the upcoming TV challenge comes as the franchise is additionally place of abode to find a brand new movie instalment in the carry out of ‘Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins’, which is because of the be released in October this 12 months.
The movie follows the personality Snake Eyes, who is the original commando of the G.I. Joe Team, and is per chance performed in the flick by Henry Golding.
Henry is replacing Ray Park, who performed the personality in 2009’s ‘G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra’, and the sequel ‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’.
The challenge will additionally huge establish Andrew Koji as Storm Shadow and Samara Weaving as Scarlett, and is per chance directed by Robert Schwentke.
A live-action version of ‘G.I. Joe’ focusing on Woman Jaye is in the works at Amazon