Hyeri from Kpop group “Girl’s Day” is cast for the lead female role in upcoming SBS drama series “Entertainer” co-starring actor Ji Sung. Actress Chae Jung-An and actor Jeong Man-Sik are already cast for supporting roles.
In drama series “Entertainer,” Hyeri will play Jung Geu-Rin. Her character is in her early 20’s and busy working part-time jobs. She is protective of her younger brother Jo Ha-Neul and only cares about his happiness. Jo Ha-Neul is the lead vocalist for music group “Ddanddara” which was formed by Shin Suk-Ho (Ji Sung). Jo Ha-Neul’s character has been offered to Kang Min-Hyuk from ‘CNBLUE’ and he is currently considering the offer positively.
“Entertainer” first airs April 20, 2016 in South Korea (takes over the time slot currently held by “Come Back Mister“).
Actress Hwang Jung-Eum is now cast in upcoming MBC drama series “Lucky Romance.” In the drama series, Hwang Jung-Eum will play lead female character Sim Bo-Nui. Her character follows the advice of fortune-tellers and she meets someone who does not trust fortune-tellers.
“Lucky Romance” will first air May 11, 2016 in South Korea (takes over the time slot currently held by “Goodbye Mr. Black“).
Actors Yoo Yeon-Seok, Jo Dal-Hwan, Kim Tae-Hoon and Kim Eui-Sung are all cast for cameo roles in upcoming movie “Chunmong” starring Han Ye-Ri, Yang Ik-June, Yoon Jong-Bin and Park Jung-Bum. Already cast for another cameo role in the movie is actress Shin Min-A. Movie is directed by Zhang Lu.
Filming for “Chunmong” begins next month in South Korea.
Main trailer added for upcoming live-action film “HK: Forbidden Super Hero The Abnormal Crisis” starring Ryohei Suzuki, Fumika Shimizu & Yuya Yagira. Movie is a sequel to 2013 film “HK: Forbidden Super Hero” and directed again by Yuichi Fukuda.
“HK: Forbidden Super Hero The Abnormal Crisis” will be released May 14, 2016 in Japan.
Main trailer for movie “Desperate Sunflowers” starring Yo Yoshida & Yoshino Kimura. Movie is based on novel “Iyana Onna” by Nozomi Katsura (“The Star of Prefecture Government“) and the first film directed by veteran actress Hitomi Kuroki. Story for the film follows two cousins with one being a swindler and the other being a straightlaced attorney.
“Desperate Sunflowers” will be released June 25, 2016 in Japan.
Teaser trailer and teaser poster for live-action film “Museum” starring Shun Oguri, Shuhei Nomura and Machiko Ono. Movie is based on manga series “Museum” by Ryosuke Tomoe and directed by Keishi Ohtomo (“Rurouni Kenshin“). Story for the film as Shun Oguri playing a detective out to stop a serial killer with a frog’s mask, before the serial killer takes out his own family.
“Museum” will be released sometime this autumn in Japan.
Main trailer for upcoming mystery film “Tantei Mitarai no Jikenbo Seiro no Umi” starring Hiroshi Tamaki and Alice Hirose. Movie is based on novel “Seiro no Umi” by Soji Shimada and directed by Seiji Izumi (“Aibou“).
“Tantei Mitarai no Jikenbo Seiro no Umi” will be released June 4, 2016 in Japan.
Teaser poster for upcoming movie “Yell For The Blue Sky” starring Tao Tsuchiya & Ryoma Takeuchi. Movie is based on manga series “Aozora Yell” by Kazune Kawahara and directed by Takahiro Miki (“Blue Spring Ride“).
“Yell For The Blue Sky” will be released August 20, 2016 in Japan.
Here’s the first teaser poster for upcoming MBC drama series “Monster” starring Kang Ji-Hwan, Sung Yu-Ri and Park Ki-Woong. The teaser poster features Kang Ji-Hwan as Kang Ki-Tan. His character is deprived of everything by his uncle by marriage and he manages to survive to take revenge.
“Monster” first airs March 28, 2016 in South Korea.
Junichi Okada, Shun Oguri, Tasuku Emoto are cast in new movie “Tsuioku.” Also cast for the film are Masami Nagasawa, Fumino Kimura, Sakura Ando & Hidetaka Yoshioka. Movie will be directed by Yasuo Furuhata (“Dearest“).
Premise for the film follows three adults who were childhood friends. They reunite, but due to a memory case. Atsushi Shikata (Junichi Okada) is now a detective, Keita Tadokoro (Shun Oguri) a suspect and Satoshi Kawabata (Tasuku Emoto) victim.
Filming for “Tsuioku” will begin March 17 in Japan.