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Kim Ok Bin Talks About The Weight Of Responsibility She Felt Because Of Her Lead Role In Well-Received Film The Villainess
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Kim Ok Bin Talks About The Weight Of Responsibility She Felt Because Of Her Lead Role In Well-Received Film The Villainess

Through interviews with Vogue Korea and GQ Korea, Kim Ok Bin recently talked about the responsibility she felt because of her lead role in The Villainess, a Korean action film that premiered at the 70th Cannes Film Festival just a few days ago.

In The Villainess, Kim Ok Bin plays the role of ruthless assassin, Sook Hwe, who was taught to kill from a very young age. The film is saturated with intense action sequences that kept viewers at the edges of their seats in Cannes. The film received a lengthy standing ovation after its midnight premiere from the audience, which included famed director Park Chan Wook.

Lee Beom Soo And Rain Turn Down 'X-Men' Movie Role Offer For Korean Bio Film
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Lee Beom Soo And Rain Turn Down 'X-Men' Movie Role Offer For Korean Bio Film

There is a new and upcoming "X-Men" movie, and it is reported that popular South Korean actor, Lee Beom Soo, has just been offered a role. The said movies were reported to be "The Dark Phoenix" and "New Mutants."

Reports have it that Lee Beom Soo has just turned down a very good and major role offer for the upcoming "X-Men" movies. There have also been previous reports that Rain also had the chance to be part of the Hollywood franchise.

With this, reports have it that Lee Beom Soo is impressed of Rain because of his passion in the industry. Unfortunately, even Rain had also turned down the role because he has another project to do. And that project is for a South Korean biographical film entitled, "Uhm Bok-dong."

Actress Sues Famous Film Director Because of Abuse & Unwanted Sex Scenes
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Actress Sues Famous Film Director Because of Abuse & Unwanted Sex Scenes

Famous Korean movie director Kim Ki Duk has recently been sued by an actress he worked with in the past. The actress has stated some wild claims and is looking to sue the director for 2 reasons.

Although the actress has yet to be identified or revealed herself yet, she was stated to have been working on the hit 2003 film 'Moebius' before quitting the role. Now she is suing Kim Ki Duk for the abuse she received from way back then.

Various media outlets and reports stated, "The actress is suing Kim Ki Duk for physically assaulting her with a slap to her face and for forcing her to shoot a sex scene which was allegedly not part of the script in 'Moebius.'" It was also reported she was forced to touch another actor's genitalia. Police are now investigating her claims.

'Abnormal Summit' confirmed to invite famous French film director
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'Abnormal Summit' confirmed to invite famous French film director

Talk show 'Abnormal Summit' will be inviting French film director Luc Besson as a guest!

This will be the 'Valerian' director's first appearance on a Korean broadcast. Following the broadcast, the director will head over to a press conference and meet fellow audiences with a surprise stage greeting to commemorate the premiere of the film.

As of now, there is no announcement for when the director's appearance will be aired on 'Abnormal Summit', but make sure to check your eyes out for future updates! 

Netflixs Korean Film Okja receives four-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival
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Netflixs Korean Film Okja receives four-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival

Netflixs first Korean original film Okja was shown at the Cannes Film Festival and received a standing ovation despite technical difficulties.

The bilingual Korean film Okja is a comedy that sheds light on GMO products and the ethics involving GMO foods, and stars globally recognized actors such as Tilda Swanton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Steven Yeun, and Korean child actor Ahn Seo Hyun.

The film, directed by Snowpiercers Bong Joon Ho, was shown at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival and received a four-minute standing ovation, despite the controversies that arose regarding Bong Joon Hos decision in working with Netflix.