“He’s a real hero, isn’t he?” says one of the actors who plays the character.
“He fights against the forces of evil, the darkness, the chaos.”
In a recent interview, the actor, who has appeared in many popular films, including Avengers: Age of Ultron, said the film’s villain was “more like a hero than the other side”.
“The character is much more dangerous than he appears,” he told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
“There’s a lot more of the dark side of him.”
In the end, he does win.
“The costume, created by Australian-based costume designer Paul Cuthbert, was designed to be worn by a Cobra-like hero, who is a “sorcerer” who uses the powers of his or her mind to solve problems.
The hero’s faceplate, worn with a black cape, a red hood, and a black cloak, features the word “Cobras” in white, along with a red lightning bolt and the words “Cobia” and “Farewell” in black.
Cuthbert told the ABC that the Cobra is not a real Cobra, and that the character is “a character from the comic book, from the graphic novels, from other comics that we love and want to be seen in films”.”
I wanted a character that we could be proud of, and I think he’s a character you could see the cobra wearing on the big screen,” he said.
In a film that has already had strong critics, including writer-director Edgar Wright, the film will be released in Australia in 2018.
A spokesman for the movie’s producer said the movie had received “positive reviews”.”
It’s a big deal for our country to get a big budget feature film to the screen, and we are excited about the film and looking forward to seeing what the film can do for the Australian community,” the spokesman said.”
It has been a great experience bringing a story that has the potential to be something that’s culturally and historically significant to Australia.