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Heo Jin-ho collaborates with China and Singapore "Dangerous Liaisons"

2011/06/08 | 816 views | Permalink | Source

Director Heo Jin-ho from "Christmas in August" holds the megaphone for "Dangerous Liaisons".

According to a Hollywood reporter on the 8th, a Chinese distributor Zon Bo Media and Singapore's Home Run Asia presented a collaborated movie project worth 62~77 million dollars.

Amidst this, director Heo Jin-ho has been chosen to direct the Chinese remake version of French writer Laclos's "Dangerous Liaisons". The production scale is about 15 million dollars and is about to crank in this September. The back ground is Shanghai, China and the cast includes Fan Bingbing, Zhou Xun and other Chinese and Korean top stars.

Meanwhile, "Dangerous Liaisons" is a novel written by French writer Chordelos de Laclos and has been made into movies several times. In Korea, it was remade into the movie "Untold Scandal" with Bae Yong-joon and Jeon Do-yeon in 2003.

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