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Shim Hyung-rae's "D-War" will get a Chinese-made sequel, The Hollywood Reporter reviews "Ktown Cowboys", KOBIZ looks at the evolution of major Korean actors, and a Korean vlogger has six films to get you into Korean cinema.
"Sequel to "D-War", Hollywood-level Sci-fi Film, to Debut Next Year"
Director, comedian, and producer, Shim Hyung-rae announced that there will be a sequel to his debut animated feature, "D-War" (2006), and that it will be produced in China: "With the subtitle "Mysteries of the Dragon", ""D-War: Mysteries of the Dragon" depicts a fictional war between the U.S. and Russia in 1969 as the two countries try to land the first human on the moon".
...READ ON KOREA BIZ WIRE
"'Ktown Cowboys': Film Review"
The Hollywood Reporter reviews Daniel Park's "Ktown Cowboys": "Adapted from Daniel Park's successful web-series by the same title, this ensemble comedic drama maintains a light touch while surveying the challenges of accepting adult responsibilities, meriting attention from niche audiences and Southern California denizens alike".
...READ ON THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
"There Are No Supporting Actors, Only Actors"
KOBIZ's Kim Hyun-jung comments on the evolution of some of Korea's major movie stars and how they came to be: "As domestic film industry is growing and the number of films is increasing, more actors who used to be accepted as supporting actors begin to be main characters".
...READ ON KOBIZ
"6 Films To Get You Started On Korean Cinema (Part I)"
...WATCH ON YOUTUBE
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