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Noir movie VIP enlists Jang Dong-gun, Park Hee-soon, and Lee Jong-seok



by chickachunga | August 18, 2016 


A-list heavyweights Jang Dong-gun (A Gentleman’s Dignity) and Park Hee-soon(Missing Noir M), and Hallyu star Lee Jong-seok (W–Two Worlds) are in talks to share the screen in director Park Hoon-jung’s much buzzed-about film VIP alongside the “God of Acting,” aka Kim Myung-min (Six Flying Dragons), who was previously consideringthe project and has since confirmed.

VIP is an espionage noir thriller about the son of a high-ranking North Korean official who commits a murder in South Korea, thus inciting a heart-stopping chase involving North and South Korean police and INTERPOL. Director Park’s last film was the twisty and gripping gangster noir flick A New World, which quickly cemented his status as a skilled noir filmmaker.

Director Park reportedly had Jang Dong-gun in mind for a while and met with him in person to persuade him to appear in VIP. And it seems the persistence is paying off with Jang now undergoing final negotiations to join after wrapping up filming on a Chinese drama. Audience expectations are gradually increasing for Jang, whose latest string of films has yet to match the smash success of 2004’s war epic, Tae Guk Ki: The Brotherhood of War. VIP may be the film that turns the tide for him.

Cameras are set to start rolling for VIP in October of this year.

Via My Daily

Article: Dramabeans

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Actor Lee Jong-suk takes on first villain role


Actor Lee Jong-suk will play a villain for the first time in the upcoming local film “VIP,” said YG Entertainment on Friday.

“Lee is certain to appear on ‘VIP.’ He will be a far-out devilish character,” said the agency.

Lee will act as a serial killer and the son of high-ranking officials in North Korea.

“VIP” is an espionage noir thriller that will center on the pursuit of a serial killer, involving North and South Korean police and Interpol.

Korean top actors Jang Dong-gun, Kim Myung-min and Park Hee-soon are also to star in it.

The movie will be directed by Park Hoon-jung, who is known for local hit films including “A New World,” “The Tiger: An Old Hunter’s Tale” and “I Saw the Devil.”

Filming for “VIP” will begin in the second half of the year.

By Choi Hyung-won (h.c1110@heraldcorp.com)

Source: Kpopherald

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exhilarating director, ensemble and plot...it's one of the most anticipated movie for 2017 as early as now. 

The title is catchy, hope they won't change it.

I'm so happy for LJS he can work with these thespians.


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Info about the Director Park Hoon-Jung:

Park Hoon-jung 1096904parkhoonjungrealisateurdufilmnew950x01jpg


Occupation  Film director, screenwriter
Awards  Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Screenplay
Nominations  Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Director
Movies  New World, I Saw the Devil, The Unjust, The Showdown, The Great Tiger
Similar People  Choi Min‑sik, Hwang Jung‑min, Lee Jung‑jae, Kim Jee‑woon, Ryoo Seung‑wan

Park Hoon-jung is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. Park first attracted notice within the Korean film industry for writing the screenplays for Kim Jee-woon's I Saw the Devil (2010) and Ryoo Seung-wan's The Unjust (2010). He made his debut as a director in 2011 with the period film The Showdown, which was largely overlooked by Korean viewers upon its release. However with his second film, gangster epic New World (2013), he scored a critical and commercial success.




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미술감독님: 조화성 (화성공작소)

Via: JessyYang


Film Art Director for "VIP": Cho Hwa-Sung

His representative work is "The Fatal Encounter, 2014", which he won Best Art Direction in the "51st Grand Bell Awards" and "1st Korean Film Producers Association Awards".

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"VIP" Related News


The Art Director, Special Effects Supervisor, Costume Designer, Action Choreographer and other production crews of "VIP" are mainly from the former team of "New World" and "The Tiger" (both directed by PD Park Hoon-Jung, the same Director for "VIP")

Via: 李钟硕的泡沫君

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[Simple news translation ] “VIP”, the new work of director Park Hoon-jung, who directed “New World”and “Big Tiger”, will be starred by Kim My-eoon, Park Hee-soon and Lee Jong-suk. It will start shooting on October 20th, distributed by Warner Bros. Korea and produced by Director Park Hoon-jung's newly-founded company.
Translated by:@Faith0639
Proofread by@Evahoyw

Cr: Lee Jong Suk_JShine Fanclub

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