Hyun-Bin is cast in period-zombie film “Outbreak” (literal title). The movie will be directed by Kim Sung-Hoon. Hyun-Bin and Kim Sung-Hoon previously worked together in 2017 film “Confidential Assignment.” This time around the film is set in historical times with Hyun-Bin playing a Prince of Joseon. He soon faces off against zombies that run rampant through the night. Filming for “Outbreak” begins sometime in the second half of this year.
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Lee Jong-Suk has been offered the lead male role in new movie “Witch” (literal title). If he accepts the title, he will play a man trained to become a murder weapon through medical experiments on living persons. Lee Jong-Suk previously worked with Park Hoon-Jung in upcoming movie “V.I.P.” The lead female actress is scheduled to be selected through auditions. Her character will also be a trainee to become a murder weapon.
Here’s the second teaser poster and the first still images for movie “The Proxy Soldiers” (English title) starring Lee Jung-Jae and Yeo Jin-Goo. Movie is directed by Jeong Yoon-Chul. Release date for movie is now set for May 31, 2017 in South Korea. The first still images from the movie can be viewed below.
Park Hee-Soon, Park Sung-Woong and Choi Woo-Sik are cast for supporting roles in upcoming movie “Strange Object” (literal title) starring Kim Myung-Min & Hyeri. Movie is set in historical times with Kim Myung-Min playing a man attempting to fight off a monster that is threatening the life of the King.
In the upcoming film, Kim Woo-Bin will play Park Sang-Dae. He is a traffic cop who sticks to his principles. While pursing a case, he comes across a secret operation by a corporate crime investigation team.
Character posters added for movie “The Sheriff In Town” (English title) starring Lee Sung-Min, Cho Jin-Woong & Kim Sung-Kyun. Release date for “The Sheriff In Town” is also now set for May 3, 2017 in South Korea. The story follows a former detective (Lee Sung-Min) who is now a self appointed sheriff of his neighborhood. A businessman (Cho Jin-Woong) moves into the area and the detective remembers him from a past investigation.
Jung Woo-Sung has been offered a role in upcoming movie “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade” starring Gang Dong-Won. The film will be directed by Kim Jee-Woon and is based on the 1999 anime film of same name by Mamoru Oshii. If Jung Woo-Sung accepts, he will play major supporting character Jang Jin-Tae. The character heads a training camp.
Filming for “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade” is expected to start sometime during the second half of this year.