Although Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow focus on “Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins,” they’re not the only characters from the franchise to appear in the film. Cobra and its intelligence officer The Baroness threaten to disband Tommy Arashikage’s famous Arashikage Clan. Among them is legendary G.I. Joe counterintelligence specialist Shana “Scarlett” O’Hara.
Samara Weaving made her Hollywood debut in Ash vs Evil Dead, which was her first significant role. “Ash vs Evil Dead” gave Weaving her first taste of American television in 2015 when she flew from Australia to New Zealand to play the unfortunate hiker Heather. Sequel to director Sam Raimi’s “Evil Dead” trilogy, Ash Williams, a chainsaw-wielding antihero in the series, fights zombified, white-eyed menaces called Deadites. While trekking in the woods with a couple of buddies, Heather runs upon Ash and his fierce protégés Kelly and Pablo. Things get pretty scary from then.
It was in The Babysitter movies that Samara Weaving made her Hollywood debut as the starring actress. Weaving maintained her streak with horror comedies in 2017 with the Netflix original film “The Babysitter.” Judah Lewis plays Cole, an adolescent who has a crush on his babysitter Bee in the original movie. As Bee begins to play with Cole while his parents are away, Cole realises that his babysitter is a member of a Satanic sect, resulting in a deadly rampage. Bee quips, “When you deal with the devil, things might become sticky.” In 2020, Netflix will release “The Babysitter: Killer Queen” with Lewis, Weaving and other cast members, including Robbie Amell, Hana Mae Lee, Andrew Bachelor and Bella Thorne. Cole battles not only his prior problems but also high school.
Samara is the new bride on the run in Ready or Not, Weaving stars as the hunted bride. Ashley Weaving plays young wife Grace Le Domas, whose family acquired its money through board game invention. Grace learns after the wedding that the Le Domas family has a custom of playing a game out of the mysterious box every time a new member is added. However, it was Weaving that came out on top in “Ready or Not.” “Ready or Not,” a $6 million indie film, grossed more than $57 million worldwide, indicating Weaving was ready to compete with Hollywood’s greatest stars.