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Hyun Bin, Tang Wei...The Korea-U.S. joint project

Late Autumn 만추

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Title: Late Autumn, 만추 / Manchu

Director / Writer: Kim Tae Young

Producers: Lee Jooick, Nansun Shi, Cho Sung Woo

Original Screenplay: Kim Ji Heun (“Man Chu” directed by Lee Man Hui, 1966)

Korea Production: Boram Entertainment and M&FC

U.S. Production: Northwest Entertainment

Location: Washington State(Seattle), U.S.A

Cinematography: Kim Woo Hyung

Production Design: Yoo Seong Hie

Costume Design: Cho Sang Kyung

Music: Cho Sung Woo

Genre: Drama, Romance

Language: English

Release Date: 2010

Cast:

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Other Cast:

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1a4h.jpg Terisa Greenan as Prison guard

1a8w.jpgKim Jun Sung as Anna's ex-lover

Danni Lang as Wang Jing's wife

Karl Holzheimer as Bus Driver #2

Jay Wesley Cochran as Bus Driver #1

Nikita Breznikov as Steve's Henchman

Joyce Liu as Anna Aunt #2

Ernie Joseph as Policeman

James Mesher as Prison Guard #2

De Ann Marie Odom as Bus Station Clerk

Plot:

A model female prisoner receives a special leave from prison. While on her leave the woman meets a man who is a fugitive from the police. He is wanted by the police for producing counterfeit money. A love story then takes place over three days

Story:

Anna, an immigrant from China, has been imprisoned after killing her abusive husband in self-defense. Convicted at the age of 23, Anna has been away from the outside world for 7 years.  

Hoon, an attractive and charming Korean immigrant, has made his living since arriving in the U.S. as an escort for middle-aged Korean women. One of those women, Ok-Ja, has recently become obsessed with Hoon and has decided to leave her marriage to be with him.  

When Anna's mother dies, she is granted a furlough from prison and embarks on a trip to Seattle for the funeral.    On the run from Ok-Ja's angry husband, Hoon boards Anna's bus and approaches her to help pay for his ticket.    Anna gives Hoon the money and the two of them end up sharing adjoining seats for their trip.    

Upon arriving in Seattle, Anna feels like a stranger amongst her family. Uncomfortable at home, she leaves and tries to reconnect with her hometown. But it is all in vain. She contemplates going back to prison early before the funeral.    It is at the bus terminal that she runs Hoon again.  

Hoon sees Anna as an easy target and persuades her to spend the day with him. Like a couple sightseeing, they explore the city. Hoon�s goofy personality helps Anna calm down, and Hoon finds himself attracted to mysterious Anna, who is unlike any other woman he has met.

Despite the escalating drama in Hoon's life and the sadness in Anna's situation, the two strangers begin to connect in a deeper and more meaningful way.    Through this connection, they end up helping each other escape the threats of the present and the mistakes of the past and ultimatelygain hope for their future.

Note:

1. "Late Autumn" is a remake of the 1966 film "Late Autumn" directed by Lee Man Hui

2. Unlike the original version which was set in South Korea, the 2010 version will be set in America.

3. The 2010 version will be co-financed by South Korean production companies "Boram Entertainment" & "M&FC"

    and U.S. company "North by Northwest Entertainment".

4. In late November, actress Tang Wei traveled to South Korea to meet actor Hyun Bin & director Kim Tae Young.

She spent 2 nights and 3 days in Korea, while rehearing the scenario.

5. Filming "Late Autumn" began January 12th in Seattle, Washington.

6. Filming ended on March 1st on Whidbey Island in Island County, Washington State. The final scene filmed was the actual last scene for the movie, which is the epilogue scene involving Tang Wei. Actor Hyun Bin was also present for the filming of the last scene and once that scene wrapped, staff and cast members celebrated.

7. Dialogue will be spoken entirely in English.

Credit Thanks: washington.edu, imdb.com, asianmediawiki.com

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Hyun Bin

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Name: Hyun Bin (Hyeon Bin) 현빈

Real name: Kim Tae Pyung 김태평

Profession: Actor and model

Birthdate: 1982-Sep-25

Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea

Height: 184cm

Weight: 74kg

Star sign: Libra

Blood type: B

Family: Older brother

Education: Master, Jungang University (Acting Major)

Hobbies: Swimming, playing basketball, baseball and watching plays

Talent agency: AM Entertainment

TV Series

Friend, Our Legend (MBC 2009)

Worlds Within, The World They Live In (KBS2, 2008)

The Snow Queen (KBS2, 2006)

My Name is Kim Sam Soon (MBC, 2005)

Ireland (MBC, 2004)

Nonstop 4 (MBC, 2003)

Bodyguard (KBS2, 2003)

Movies

Late Autumn (2010)

I Am Happy (2008)

A Millionaire's First Love (2006)

Daddy Long Legs (2005)

Spin Kick (2004)

Shower (2002)

Recognitions

2006 KBS Acting Awards: Popularity Award (The Snow Queen)

2006 KBS Drama Awards: Netizen Award (The Snow Queen)

2006 KBS Acting Awards: Best Couple Award with Sung Yu Ri (The Snow Queen)

2006 42nd Baeksang Awards: Most Popular Award

2005 MBC Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award (for My Name is Kim Sam Soon)

2005 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Best Actor for My Name is Kim Sam Soon)

2005 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple Award (with Kim Sun Ah)

2004 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award (Best Newcomer for Ireland)

2004 MBC Drama Awards: Broadcasting & Entertainment Special Award

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Tang Wei

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Name: Tang Wei / 汤唯

English name: Rebecca

Profession: Actress

Birthdate: 1979-Oct-07

Birthplace: Yueqing, Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China

Height: 172cm

Weight: 52kg

Star sign: Libra

Chinese zodiac: Goat

Blood type: A

TV Series

Silent Tears as Shang Li (2006)

Movies

Lust, Caution (2007)

The Case (2007)

Recognitions

44th Golden Horse Awards: Best New Artist (2007)

13th CineAsia Awards: Female Asian Star of the Year (2007)

Trivia

Education: The Central Academy of Drama (majored in Film Direction)

She made it to the final round of the 2004 Miss Universe Pageant in Beijing.

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Credit Thanks: Credit Thanks: dramawiki, tangwei.org

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Other Cast

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11911394601121gimjunseo.jpg Kim Jun Sung

dannilang1.jpg Danni Lang as Wang Jing's wife

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zkarlholzheimer.jpg Karl Holzheimer

zjaywesleycochran.jpg Jay Wesley Cochran

znikitabreznikov.jpg Nikita Breznikov

zerniejoseph.jpg Ernie Joseph as Policeman

zJamesMesher.jpg James Mesher as Prison Guard #2

zdeannmarieodom.jpg De Ann Marie Odom as Bus Station Clerk

Credit Thanks: imdb.com

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Hyun Bin to take on remake of '60s classic

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Hyun Bin has announced his next role, and like Jeon Do-yeon's latest, it will be a remake of a 1960s film. This one is the 1966 classic Late Autumn (also called Manchu, 만추), by "genius director" Lee Man-hee. Currently, actress Tang Wei (Lust, Caution) is said to be considering the female lead role.

The remake is a co-production with an American production company and will be filmed entirely in the U.S. with English dialogue. (Eep! How good is Hyun Bin’s English?)

The original film Late Autumn, according to this (English-language) review by JoongAng Daily, is a "masterpiece with a place in Korean film history. It heralded the beginning of Korean modernist movies." It tells the story of a short-lived love between a woman who is granted a special leave from prison where she is a model inmate and a man who is on the run for counterfeiting money.

Unfortunately, the original has been lost and no known copies exist. However, a remake of the same name was produced in 1982, starring a younger Kim Hye-ja (Mother), who won a best actress award at the Manila International Film Festival the following year for her performance.

According to a representative of Hyun Bin's management company, the actor is currently busy studying English for the role and is about to finalize contracts, while Tang Wei's casting is still being negotiated. The production had at one point considered A-listers Jang Dong-gun and Lee Junki before confirming Hyun Bin.

Directing the remake is Kim Tae-yong of Family Ties. Kim has already left Korea for Seattle to prepare filming, which is to begin at the end of November or early December.

Thanks: dramabeans

http://www.dramabeans.com/2009/11/hyun-bin...of-60s-classic/

Tang Wei selected as Hyun Bin’s leading lady

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Casting has been confirmed and Hyun Bin will in fact be acting alongside Lust, Caution actress Tang Wei in his new movie, the remaking of 1966’s classic Late Autumn (aka Manchu).

The plot features a three-day love story between a woman who is let out of prison on a special leave and a young man who is on the run from pursuers. The original, now lost, is considered one of the best of its lauded director Lee Man-hee’s prolific but short-lived career.

It had been remade twice before (in 1975 as Promise of the Flesh and 1981 as Late Autumn) and even once in Japan as 1972’s Promise. (In fact, Promise of the Flesh was directed by the famous Kim Ki-young, who had previously made The Housemaid, which is regarded as one of Korea’s best films and is the source material for Jeon Do-yeon’s upcoming remake.)

Late Autumn/Manchu will be shot in the U.S. by Korean director Kim Tae-young, but both stars will be acting in English. CEO Lee Joo-ik of production company Boram Films said, “We’ve thought carefully about what we can do to make our film connect with the rest of the world, and it seems like just yesterday that we’d gone to the U.S. to location scout five years ago, but now that we’re really going to the States to begin filming, the feeling is remarkable.”

The film will begin shooting at the end of the month and release in 2010.

Hyun Bin, Tang Wei-wei Cast in Korea-US Project

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South Korean actor Hyun Bin and Chinese screen beauty Tang Wei-wei are set to appear in ``Manchu'' (working title), which will go into production at the end of the month in the United States, Boram Entertainment and M&FC announced Friday.

The "My Lovely Samsoon'' star will play the role of a man on the run who falls in love with a woman who is on special leave from prison, to be played by Tang, who is best-known as the heroine of Ang Lee's epic romance "Lust, Caution.''

The Korea-U.S. joint project ― Korea's Boram Entertainment and M&FC and the Unites States' North by Northwest ― is a remake of the 1966 masterpiece "Full Autumn'' (Manchu) by Lee Man-hee. Kim Tae-yong, the award-winning director of "Family Ties,'' will helm the project.

The movie will be "a modern interpretation'' of the classic movie and will be set in the United States, said the producers in a statement. It is slated for theatrical release next year.

Credits : Lee Hyo-won, Staff Reporter (hyowlee@koreatimes.co.kr)

Source : The Korea Times

Credit thanks :deka_if (Hyunbin -Soompi thread )

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Tang Wei joins Hyun Bin for Korean pic "Manchu"

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Chinese actress Tang Wei has decided to appear in a remake of Korean film "Manchu", according the film's producer Boram Films on Thursday.

The actress will be starring with Korean actor Hyun Bin in the film, directed by Kim Tae-yong who won several international awards for his 2006 film "Family Ties".

"Manchu", first released in 1966 by legendary Korean filmmaker Lee Man-hee, is a classic Korean film that has spawned three remakes over the years: "Promise of the Body" in 1975, "Manchu" in 1981 and Japanese movie "Promise" in 1972.

The story is about a brief, passionate love between a well-behaved female prisoner out on special leave and a fugitive man.

The remake, co-produced with an American production company, will be shot in the U.S. and filmed in English.

"It is a fun challenge to re-tell the story of two closed-minded people in 2009 and in a new space that is America," director Kim was quoted as saying.

Tang rose to instant stardom after appearing in Ang Lee's espionage thriller film "Lust, Caution" in 2007.

"Manchu", set for release in 2010, will go into shoot later this month.

Reporter : Ko Kyoung-seok kave@asiae.co.kr

Editor : Lynn Kim lynn2878@asiae.co.kr

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Hyun Bin a go for film "Manchu" remake

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Korean actor Hyun Bin is set to star in a remake of famous Korean film "Manchu", according to his agency on Friday.

"He has pretty much made up his mind and will soon sign on for the film," an official at AM Entertainment said, adding that negotiations were still underway to also cast Chinese actress Tang Wei of 2007's hit film "Lust, Caution" for the remake.

Another official at the film's production company Boram Film also confirmed Hyun Bin's casting, but said that they are "still in talks with Tang Wei's parties."

"Director Kim Tae-yong is already in Seattle to prepare for filming," the official added. "The film is expected to start shooting near the end of November or early December."

"Manchu", released in 1966, starred two of Korea's most popular actors of the time, Shin Seong-il and Moon Jeong-sook. The story is about a brief, passionate love between a well-behaved female prisoner out on special leave and a fugitive man.

The remake, co-produced with an American production company, will be shot in the U.S. and filmed in English.

Hyun, best known for his role in the 2005 hit drama "My Name Is Kim Sam Soon", recently made headlines after admitting to dating top Korean actress Song Hye-kyo, his co-star in last year's TV series "The World That They Live In."

Reporter : Ko Kyoung-seok kave@asiae.co.kr

Editor : Lynn Kim lynn2878@asiae.co.kr

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Actor Hyun Bin overseas partners in the first film to learn English.

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Hyun Bin has recently starred in the South Korea-US cooperation for a better film "late autumn" will be the use of 100% English dialogue to practice, but also invited a professional private teaching in the English lines of script analysis to understand.

It is learned that the end of eight drama "Friends, we have the legend of" sowing completed, he had already started to prepare for the film, after a short discussion, film in the United States last month flew to Seattle to adapt to the local environment of English practice.

" Hyun Bin context, said: "film is not an action movie, but shooting up are still some difficulties. Is not our usual lines in the familiar words and phrases in English that lines at the same time also used for emotional expression. He was also looking forward to learning through films more languages, like English, through a better combination of acting and do a good job this a serious shot. "

In addition, Kaifeng, a year later, he starred film "I am very happy" (26 release), as the new film's sake, Hyun Bin lot of promotional activities could not participate. 11, specially in the 13 back to attend the premiere, held a media event. It is learned that after the end of a series of promotional activities, he will return to 17, and began shooting into the formal stage of the film.

Tang Wei returns in 'Manchu' remake

'Lust, Caution' actress coming off ban, stars in English film

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SEOUL -- After a two-year ban, Tang Wei, the heroine from an espionage thriller "Lust, Caution," will star in an ambitious English-language remake of Korean classic "Manchu" (working title) with the actor Hyun Bin ("I Am Happy").

Co-produced among Korea's Boram Entertainment and Washington-based North by Northwest, the film by Lee Man-hee -- literally meaning "Full Autumn" in Korean -- by Kim Tae-yong ("Family Ties") will start shooting later this month in Seattle, and will travel to other cities across the United States, the Korean producer said.

The original film, which was a sensational hit when it was released here in 1966, is an ephemeral love story between a runaway suspect for counterfeiting money and a well-behaved prisoner during her holiday. The film was remade twice, first in 1972 by a Japanese director with the title of "Promise", and later in Korea starring Kim Hye-ja ("Mother") as the film’s heroine. The original print of the film has since been lost.

In the remake, the setting and the story's plot will be significantly altered to suit the contemporary context. But Boram, the Korean producer, remained unusually careful about the heroine’s role in the film, given the watchful eyes of the Chinese government, who blacklisted the actress after explicit sex scenes in her critically-acclaimed performance in Ang Lee's film.

"Five years ago, we first visited the United States for location hunting, hoping to find a niche to communicate this film for global audiences,” said Lee Joo-ik, the head of Boram. “We’re very moved that the film is ready to go into shooting."

The film will be released later this year.

Credit thanks : deka_if (Hyun Bin thread), capricornxuan @ Baidu Bar hyunbinsky, mydaily,IS plus, hollywoodreporter.com

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Hyun Bin's interview about his new movie " Late Autumn "

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- Film "late autumn" is a continuous one year immediately after the filming of another film that so hard work, it seems there are a lot of new films worth learning areas

Very much looking forward to. For me is a great challenge.

100% English dialogue, saying lines while also taking into account the feelings of moderation is in place, and I am rather worried.

In the United States to start shooting soon, before the director said Mr. English teacher you want to please help me, and now feel relaxed a lot.

- Co-operation with Tang Wei, usually how to communicate it

More often is that Korean and then translated.

Co-operation after the announcement, I searched his name online to see my fans love to our co-operation is also looking forward to.

- This is a remake of work, how the hero and heroine characters

My name is hun. Tang Wei's name is Anna. Anna, such as original as it is a model prisoner.

Fun in contrast to original made changes slightly.

How should I say, because the role of professional male hospitality. In fact men and hospitality and the Cowboy is not the same as a professional.

- Original of the male protagonist quite Wan Dezhuan treat the opposite sex will be very simply.

Hyun Bin deduction would not feel such a man struggling.

I've been afraid of that part of the

Is probably my age can already be deduced that feeling and not only had plenty of physical movement of the. (Laughs)

Of course, competently. Is also my interpretation of the men interested in the type.

- In fact, "late autumn" is a heroine for the hero of a movie.

Now it seems the film is a hero and heroine as the lead film.

The main line of the film depicts the female prisoners to be temporarily on leave before returning to prison, the story of what happened during this period.

But the directors have, and I have already said that. "This is a woman received a special gift of the story."

And I think that Anna Hoon should receive the most precious gift.

- Busy for a year, "late autumn" after the scheduled end of the other works do

After the end of yet ... would like to rest. This continuous work the first time.

Since "I am very happy" after the change seems a little on the works of a very strong desire to feel that acting is fun thing.

Credit Thanks : capricornxua @hyunbinsky

Tang Wei a secret visit to Korea in late November, during this stay two nights three days non-stop United States.

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12th of this month the film will be officially shooting in Seattle.

Tom the most important matter before the partner Hyun Bin and Kim Tae-yong in under the guidance of the director over the script,

The visit to South Korea for the film "late autumn" to clothing to prepare and film the final deliberations.

The film-related personnel, said Tang Wei current visit to South Korea is not a large-scale publicity,

Hyun Bin with the partner, as well as other issues related to shooting in the meeting,

His visit to South Korea was early December before shooting the film in the United States the most intense meeting.

Therefore not disclosed.

Translation to the effect: capricornxuan @ Baidu Bar Hyun Bin

Source :

http://news.donga.com/3//20091203/24525860/1

The "male stars" Hyun Bin will play an American Gigolo

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Hyun Bin will be, and acted in "Lust, Caution," the soup from the only play out "late autumn" in an Escort Service man role. "Late autumn" is a 1996 director Lee Man-hee of the same name, depicting chanced to meet women prisoners and being the fate of the men were chasing the three days of the love story between the film from the director of "The Birth of the family," the director of Kim Tae-yong to the director.

Tang Wei in the U.S. prison to special holiday debut of the offender's identity. Hyun Bin is not used to the kind of smart power and prestige of the role, but a bother to bring spicy radish temperament engaged Escort Service role. Escort Service refers to the United States has a host-defined occupation, income women who have the financial resources of money, and then became the object of their appointment. Released last fall's "I'm very happy" after another Bianshen so we are quite looking forward to.

"Late autumn" and Hyun Bin in Japan this weekend to meet fans will be opened in a later, is expected to start shooting from mid-month. In May this year at the Cannes International Film Festival for the purpose of out of work, it is expected to be completed early in March before the shooting.

In the United States is now prepared to shoot the film in Seattle, Hyun Bin to "My Name Is Kim Sam Soon" and "Friends, we have the legend" television show in Japan, 8, will visit Japan. After the show finished memorial ceremony will directly fly back to Seattle to begin filming "late autumn"

credit thanks for translation : capricornxuan ( hyunbinsky )

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Behind The Scenes

Posted by Monica Guzman at January 14, 2010 2:33 p.m.

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A camera crew shoots a scene during filming of the movie "Late Autumn"

along Ballard Avenue Northwest on Thursday Jan 12,

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A camera crew shoots a scene during filming of the movie "Late Autumn."

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Actress Tang Wei walks along Ballard Avenue Northwest during filming of

the movie "Late Autumn" in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood.

Korean movie filming in Ballard

Posted by Geeky Swedes on January 13th, 2010

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Big trucks are parked along Ballard Ave today for a Korean movie

that’s being shot here in Ballard on January 13

In the movie, titled The Late Autumn, (although IMDB has the title as "Full Autumn") the main female character, Tang Wei, comes to town for her mother’s funeral. It’s here that she meets Hyun Bin. “Like a couple sightseeing, they explore the city,” the one-sheet on the movie states.

Movie shooting in Fremont on Friday

By Heidi · January 21st, 2010

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Today the movie is being shot at the Tractor Tavern. Tomorrow, we’re told that they'll be at the Ballard Nail Studio on 24th Ave NW, just across the street from the new QFC. Beth, the owner of Aster Coffee, says the production crew is expected to arrive late morning with filming starting mid-afternoon.

Neighbors and businesses were notified that "Late Autumn" (listed as "Full Autumn" on IMDb) will be shooting scenes in the area on Friday, January 22, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A location manager tells me film trucks will be at Gas Works Park and plans include filming a “Ride the Duck” boat travelling across the Fremont Bridge.

Variety says the film is a Korean remake of Lee Man-hee's 1966 drama "Full Autumn" and stars Wei Tang ('Lust, Caution') and Bin Hyeon. It's about a woman (Tang) who is released from prison to attend her mother's funeral and along the way meets an escort (Hyeon) on the run from a jealous husband.

Filming is expected to wrap in early February with a target for release at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival in May

Credit Thanks: seattlepi.com, myballard.com, fremontuniverse.com, dc hyunbin

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Filming at Gasworks Park

the setting

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set work

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tending the dog

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tending the baby

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the camera guy

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strapping the camera guy in

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ready to roll

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heading out with the camera running and police car following

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Hyun Bin and Tang Wei, "Late Autumn" the public's first modeling photo

Hyun Bin and Tang Wei co-produced film "late autumn" modeling stills for the first time publicly.

'The birth of the family' in the South Korea-US co-director Kim Tae-yong film "late autumn" stills have been made public.

January 12 in Seattle shooting "late autumn" in Hyun Bin with long hair, beard and slightly dark complexion

and deep eyes with a male image of charismatic figures show the film

Tang Wei's image is a little face coupled with a wave-like curls slightly lonely,

the performance of opera in the eyes of female beauty.

"Late autumn" is a remake of the late director Lee Man-hee of the same name,

films, movies about the South Korean men and Chinese women's love story.

In the second half of this year is expected to break the seal.

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Credit Thanks for Translation: capricornxuan @ Baidu Hyun Bin Bar

Credit Pic Thanks: tvdaily.co.kr

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Thanks angun for starting the thread, can't wait to see more of pix, news and of cos Binnie's movie . Looks like a lovely pairing :D .

Here is the link for bigger stills pic of Late autumn, should I post this up? It's quite huge

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Thanks angun for starting the thread, can't wait to see more of pix, news and of cos Binnie's movie . Looks like a lovely pairing :D .

Here is the link for bigger stills pic of Late autumn, should I post this up? It's quite huge

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@dc

it's OK. thanks utkim you can update more new pics+news :D

we'll be back tomorrow for posting past aticles

see you :D

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South Korean heartthrob shooting film in Seattle

Posted by Monica Guzman at February 2, 2010 1:29 p.m.

Last month we told you about "Late Autumn," the South Korean film that is shooting in Seattle.

What we didn't know then is that the star of the film, actor Hyun Bin, is something of a South Korean heartthrob.

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Actor Hyun Bin of 'I am Happy' attends the press conference of the closing film during the 13th Pusan International Film Festival at Cinematheque Busan on Oct. 9, 2008 in Busan, South Korea. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

South Korean media have been swooning about Hyun's project in Seattle for a little while now, it appears. Hyun, 27, broke many Korean girls' hearts when it was revealed that he was dating Song Hye Gyo, a popular Korean actress.

Cast and crew of "Late Autumn" were in Ballard last month, sporting umbrellas and welcoming photographer Josh Trujillo

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A camera crew shoots a scene during filming of the movie "Late Autumn" along Ballard Avenue Northwest during filming in the Seattle neighborhood on Thursday Jan. 14, 2010. (Joshua Trujillo/Seattlepi.com)

Today, Seattleites have spotted them down on Western Avenue, near the exit from the Alaskan Way Viaduct. The crew will also be at Pike Place Market.

A call to production staff got me little to pass on about what exactly they're filming at these locations. Citing actors' contracts and the typical concern about attracting disruptive crowds, the woman I spoke with did not want to say much beyond the fact that -- yes -- that's the "Last Autumn" crew on Western Avenue and the Market.

She did say there's a news release coming out with more details. But no word on when that's due.

If you think you see anything else from these guys, feel free to let me know. We'll keep you posted.

Where else they've been ...

Update: "Late Autumn" has been making the rounds. As Fremont Universe noted last month, the crew's been in the neighborhood.

Microsoft reporter Nick Eaton said he spotted them underneath the Aurora Bridge near the Fremont Troll Saturday night and chatted up a crewmember. Reader Ryan Healy got a picture of that shoot:

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Ryan Healy took this shot of the shoot near the Fremont Troll Saturday. (Ryan Healy)

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The crew was also in the Central District last week. Central District News has more on their romp 'round 18th Avenue.

Credit Thanks: blog.seattlepi.com

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Korean movie filming on 18th Ave

By scott 01/27/10 05:08 PM

CDNews member murph posted in the forum about the movie-making activity near Jefferson Street today. We made our way over there and found that it's a Korean movie called Late Autumn which has been filming around the city.

Today they're filming a scene in front of a house on 18th just a few doors south of Jefferson.

There's a big crew on scene, and a production assistant told me that there's recognizable stars there if you know anything about Korean films.

Note that 18th is blocked off between Jefferson and Alder until after 7 pm tonight.

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Credit Thanks: centraldistrictnews.com

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Movies to Watch in 2010

The film industry is already preparing for next year. Many renowned filmmakers have returned to Korea to produce movies about war and sequels to hit movies.

Director Lim Kwon-taek will produce his 101st movie �Scooping Up The Moonlight.� Directors Kim Tae-yong and Lim Sang-soo will produce remakes of �Late Autumn� by Lee Man-hee and �The Housemaid� of Kim Ki-young, respectively. Films about war will also be introduced to mark the 60th anniversary of the Korean War.

◇The return of maestros

◇War movies

◇The revival of classics

The remake of �Late Autumn� will be directed by Kim Tae-yong, who also directed �The Birth Of A Family� in 2006. It is a story about a female inmate who obtains parole for good behavior and falls in love with a man who is wanted by police for forgery.

�Late Autumn� continues to inspire many filmmakers even after many years. Director Kim Ki-young introduced his version in 1975 under the title �The Promise Of The Body� while director Kim Soo-yong unveiled his own version in 1981. Actor Hyun-bin will play the forgery criminal who in the original version was played by actor Shin Sung-il, while the role of the female inmate who was originally played by Moon Jung-sook will be portrayed by Chinese actress Tang Wei. The shoot began last month, and the movie is scheduled to open next year.

◇ New productions by star filmmakers

◇ Promising �small� films

◇ Drawing visitors with sequels

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:D I <3 binnie~ can't wait to get more info and pix about this movie.. ty pángun for starting this thread.. :P

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Hello! everyone :D

This thread's waiting for all of you to join & share everything 'bout Late Autumn :lol:

ty babe let's go kekeke enjoy yorr dating dear, I'll not tell binnie I sware :P

Hyun Bin In Late Autumn

by knette 2010 February 5

In his latest project, a movie called Late Autumn, he is sported with a mustache and beard!!

Production stills of the movie is just released and I expect more in the coming weeks

Filming of the movie started last year and casts and crews flew to Seattle to shoot some scenes. If Im not mistaken this movie is about she, being a newly released prisoner and him, being on the run.

They meet and fall in love with each other within 3 days.

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For his fangirls ...

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via starnews

Credit Thanks: koreandiorama.wordpress.com

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Still cut from Hyun Bin & Tang Wei’s new movie revealed

February 5th, 2010

A still cut from new movie staring Hyun Bin and Tang Wei has been released. The movie was filmed from Jan. 12th in Seattle and it is about half way done. The movie is about a 3 day encounter of a secretive man and woman in Seattle. The

movie will illustrate a short but destined encounter of a Korean man and Chinese woman.

The movie is scheduled to open on second half of 2010.

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Credit Thanks: allkoreangossip, nocutnews

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Tang Wei and Hyun Bin in character for Late Autumn

February 7, 2010

Hyun Bin (Friend, Our Legend, I’m Happy) and Tang Wei (Lust, Caution) have been filming their new movie Late Autumn (aka Manchu, 만추) in the U.S. earlier and the production firm has released first stills of the leads.

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Late Autumn is a Korean-American co-production and a remake of the 1966 classic. It tells the acquaintance of a woman granted a special leave from prison for her good conduct with a young man who is on the run from pursuers for counterfeiting money, and their 3-day love story that unfolds in Seattle. Both stars will be acting in English.

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In the stills, Hyun Bin has sported some facial stubble to project a more mature and masculine image; while Tang Wei similarly looks lonely and desolate with her pulled back hair and winter coat. How will this pair who have experienced various vicissitudes of life meet and fall in love?

The film will be released in mid/late 2010 in Korea, and will thereafter be screened at various reputable film festivals worldwide.

Credit Thanks: shadowlesslight.wordpress.com

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