Cobras are a common sight on the world stage, but only in the movies.
And it’s a story that began in the movie Cobra Kai.
In the movie, a Cobra team of scientists, scientists and soldiers team up to defeat the evil Cobra King, who has invaded the United States.
As part of the battle, the Cobra team discovers that the Cobra King has been hiding out in a secret location.
After a few weeks of hiding, the team discovers a Cobra-themed amusement park where they’re greeted by a friendly Cobra.
The movie ends with a brief shot of a giant Cobra, with the words “I have come, Cobra King.”
But in reality, Cobra Kai was actually a production of director Peter Berg, who made his first feature film, Cobra in 2003, before becoming a director in 2004.
He directed the 2009 action movie Cobra, which has a huge cult following.
Berg, who was born in New Zealand, is famous for his work in science fiction, especially The Terminator and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
He also created and starred in the 2005 movie The Great Shark Hunt, a movie that starred Christopher Walken.
Berg’s credits also include two other big action movies, The Expendables 3 and the 2007 sequel The Expendable Nation.
Cobra, which premiered in 2004, starred Leonardo DiCaprio, Julia Roberts, Michael Fassbender, Scarlett Johansson, and Robert Redford.
It was directed by Joe Cornish.