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Japanese actress Nanako Matsushima to visit Korea next week

2010/11/17 | 1360 views | Permalink | Source

Film "Ghost : In Your Arms Again" [CJ Entertainment]

Top Japanese actress Nanako Matsushima will visit Korea next week to promote her new film "Ghost : In Your Arms Again", the Asian remake of the U.S. mega-hit film "Ghost".

An official related to the film announced today that actress will visit Korea for a day on November 23 to promote the film in which she co-stars with actor Song Seung-heon, a well-established actor in Korea who is famous for his numerous lead roles in romantic dramas.

The original film from 1990, about love that even death could not do apart, starred Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore.

The new version was produced jointly by Korea's CJ Entertainment, Paramount Pictures Japan and Shochiku Co., Ltd, one of the largest film and theater companies in Japan.

Nanako Matsushima is a top actress in Japan who has won the award for best female actress at the Japanese Academy Awards twice with her roles in the horror film "Ring" and action thriller "Whiteout".

"Ghost : In Your Arms Again" will premiere in local theaters on November 25.

Reporter : Heidi Kim heidikim@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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