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Park Chan-Wook to Helm A24’s Series Adaptation of The Sympathizer

Park Chan-Wook to helm A24’s series adaptation of The Sympathizer A24 has acquired the rights to author Viet Thanh Nguyen’s Pulitzer-winning debut novel The Sympathizer. The acclaimed studio has teamed up with Rhombus Media to develop the series adaptation of said novel, which centers around a Communist spy during the Vietnam war. Nguyen took to Twitter to also announce that award-winning South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-Wook has officially signed on to helm the project. This marks Park’s se...
Tags: TV, Movies, Los Angeles, Bbc, Park, TV News, Vietnam, A24, Nguyen, Steven Yeun, ComingSoon, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Park Chan wook, Chan Wook, Park Chan, Ali Wong


Take a Look at These Movie Posters and Prepare to Feel Amazed

Movie posters are not only great for marketing and promoting a movie. Chosen carefully, you can use them as part of room decorations. But, of course, for this to work, you need movie posters that are not of below-average level. It would be great if the poster you choose comes from a movie that is both commercially successful and critically praised. But you should not feel discouraged if it is the other way around. At the very least, it works to add the esthetic of the room in the process. Take a...
Tags: Design, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Darren Aronofsky, Ronan, Lady Bird, Chan Wook, Julia Ducournau


Now Stream This: The 10 Best Movies Streaming in April 2017

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a monthly column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) The forests of streaming movie services are deep and overgrown. It can be dangerous to navigate them – to find the right path and follow it to something worthwhile. Half the time, your destination will take you toward entertainment you probably would’ve been better off skipping to do something more worthwhile, like build a ship in a bottle...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, France, Features, Netflix, Meryl Streep, Korea, Vanessa Redgrave, Jfk, Sarah Waters, Derek Jarman, The Bay, Cimino, Charles Lindbergh, Amazon Prime Video, John Huston


/Filmcast Ep. 393 – Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them/The Handmaiden

David, Devindra and Jeff discuss new films by Paul Verhoeven, Tom Ford, and Kenneth Longergan. Also, Angie Han joins us to discuss Park Chan-Wook’s newest film, The Handmaiden. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like us on Facebook! Download or Play Now: Subscribe to the /Filmcast: SHOWNOTES Slashfilmcourt (4:00) What We’ve Been Watching (10:45) David: Nocturnal Animals, Manchester By The Sea, La La Lan...
Tags: Movies, David, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, Jeff, Slashfilmcast, The Show, David Devindra, The Handmaiden, Chan Wook


Love, Sex and Class: The Con Women in The Handmaiden

Set during the Japanese occupation of Korea in the 1930s, The Handmaiden, directed by Park Chan-Wook, provides a delicious mash up of culture, class and cons. Add to this a generous dollop of romance and drizzle throughout with lesbian sex, and you have 144 minutes of a twisting adventure. A young Korean pickpocket, Sook-hee, is hired by a master con artist who calls himself The Count to work as a handmaiden to Lady Hideko, a wealthy Japanese heiress. The Count is Korean but has successfully p...
Tags: England, News, Korea, Sarah Waters, Huffington Post, Chan Wook


Park Chan Wook's THE HANDMAIDEN Gets A US Trailer & Poster

A trailer and poster have arrived for the US release of the Korean auteur's latest. Read more >>> [Author: TheMovieWaffler.com]
Tags: Movies, US, Chan Wook


Cannes 2016: the films showing at this year's festival - in pictures

From Jodie Foster’s starry thriller Money Monster to The Handmaid, Park Chan-Wook’s modern retelling of Fingersmith, this year’s festival offers up a wide variety of big hittersCannes 2016: Ken Loach, Andrea Arnold – and the BFG – headed to film festival Continue reading...
Tags: Film, Julia Roberts, Culture, Festivals, George Clooney, Woody Allen, Cannes film festival, Kristen Stewart, Ken Loach, Jack O'connell, Cannes, Sean Penn, Jodie Foster, Charlize Theron, Nicolas Winding Refn, Olivier Assayas