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Henry Golding poses with wife Liv Lo and co-star Samara Weaving at Snake Eyes screening

Henry Golding is definitely the rambunctious protagonist as he poses with wife Liv Lo and co-star Samara Weaving at a special Snake Eyes screening in LA

Henry Golding radiated star quality during a pre-screening of his upcoming movie Snake-Eyes: GI Joe Origins.

The Comic-Con Fans First event was held Wednesday at the iconic TCL Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard.

During the evening, Henry, 34, could be seen posing with his wife Liv Lo and mingling with his co-star Samara Weaving.

Swank: Henry Golding posed with wife Liv Lo during a pre-screening of his upcoming movie Snake-Eyes: GI Joe Origins at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood

Swank: Henry Golding posed with wife Liv Lo during a pre-screening of his upcoming movie Snake-Eyes: GI Joe Origins at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood

Henry cut a dashing figure in a fashionable faded pink jacket thrown over a white t-shirt and simple black trousers.

He flashed his megawatt smile for the cameras as he signed one of the posters for the film to be released on Friday.

As he stood in front of the cinema’s memorably elaborate entrance, he and his wife stood in front of the shutterbugs.

Liv slipped herself into a summery floral cocktail dress that matched her hourglass frame perfectly, balancing expertly on sky-high heels.

Looks fantastic: In the evening, Henry, 34, was also seen posing with Samara Weaving whose character Scarlett is Snake Eyes' love interest

Looks fantastic: In the evening, Henry, 34, was also seen posing with Samara Weaving whose character Scarlett is Snake Eyes' love interest

Looks fantastic: In the evening, Henry, 34, was also seen posing with Samara Weaving whose character Scarlett is Snake Eyes’ love interest

Looks fantastic: Henry cut a dashing figure in a fashionable faded pink jacket thrown over a white t-shirt and simple black trousers

Looks fantastic: Henry cut a dashing figure in a fashionable faded pink jacket thrown over a white t-shirt and simple black trousers

Looks fantastic: Henry cut a dashing figure in a fashionable faded pink jacket thrown over a white t-shirt and simple black trousers

Meanwhile, Samara slipped her enviably slender figure into an off-the-shoulder gown with puff sleeves and a figure-hugging waist.

Her hem was lined with dainty fringes and the outfit had a side slit that allowed her to show off her endless pins during the event.

Samara sharpened her features with makeup, including a dab of crimson lipstick, and completed the look with black ankle-strap stilettos.

During the actual screening portion of the event, Samara and Henry gathered on stage to address the audience.

Beaming: He flashed his megawatt smile for the cameras as he signed one of the posters for the film to be released on Friday

Beaming: He flashed his megawatt smile for the cameras as he signed one of the posters for the film to be released on Friday

Beaming: He flashed his megawatt smile for the cameras as he signed one of the posters for the film to be released on Friday

Meanwhile: Samara slipped her enviably svelte figure into an off-the-shoulder gown with puff sleeves and a cinched-in waist

Meanwhile: Samara slipped her enviably svelte figure into an off-the-shoulder gown with puff sleeves and a cinched-in waist

Aglow: Her hem was lined with dainty fringes and the outfit had a side slit that allowed her to show off her endless pins at the event

Aglow: Her hem was lined with dainty fringes and the outfit had a side slit that allowed her to show off her endless pins at the event

Meanwhile: Samara slipped her enviably svelte figure into an off-the-shoulder gown with puff sleeves and a cinched-in waist

The Snake Eyes character dates back to the first issue of the GI Joe: A Real American Hero comic books published in June 1982.

Loved by fans Snake Eyes has a turbulent relationship with his brother and fellow ninja Storm Shadow, whom he sometimes finds himself fighting against.

Snake Eyes also works in the anti-terrorism GI Joe Team with an agent named Scarlett who becomes his love interest and is played by Samara.

Who's who: Snake Eyes works in the anti-terrorism GI Joe Team with an agent named Scarlett who becomes his love interest and is played by Samara

Who's who: Snake Eyes works in the anti-terrorism GI Joe Team with an agent named Scarlett who becomes his love interest and is played by Samara

Who’s who: Snake Eyes works in the anti-terrorism GI Joe Team with an agent named Scarlett who becomes his love interest and is played by Samara

Other cast members of the film include Warrior actor Andrew Koji, Money Heist actress Ursula Corbero and Wu Assassins star Iko Uwais.

The screenplay is by Evan Spiliotopoulos, who co-wrote the 2017 live-action Disney remake of the 1991 animation classic Beauty And The Beast.

Meanwhile, the director is Robert Schwentke who helmed the 2010 action comedy Red starring Bruce Willis and Helen Mirren.

GI Joe started life as a Hasbro action figure in the 1960s and has since spawned movies, TV shows, comic books and more.

Place to be: At the Comic-Con Fans First event, Henry stood before the photographers in front of the TCL Chinese Theater's memorably expanded entrance

Place to be: At the Comic-Con Fans First event, Henry stood before the photographers in front of the TCL Chinese Theater's memorably expanded entrance

Place to be: At the Comic-Con Fans First event, Henry stood before the photographers in front of the TCL Chinese Theater’s memorably expanded entrance

History: The Snake Eyes character dates back to the first issue of the GI Joe: A Real American Hero comic books published in June 1982

History: The Snake Eyes character dates back to the first issue of the GI Joe: A Real American Hero comic books published in June 1982

History: The Snake Eyes character dates back to the first issue of the GI Joe: A Real American Hero comic books published in June 1982

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