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Lee Suk-hoon’s Joseon era adventure, The Pirates, was such a remarkable hit in 2014 that six years later, Lotte is finally prioritizing a sequel with a new director, according to KOFIC‘s Pierce Conran.
Here’s to breaking out the hilarity in 2020!
Never has a table-top game been more brutal than with what Lee Gun has in store following Jo Beom-gu’s 2014 thriller, The Divine Move. Casting the phenomenal talents of Kwon Sang-woo this time around, The Divine Move 2: The Wrathful just took aim at South Korean cinemas and will now head to North American theaters as signaled by CJ Entertainment USA on Friday.
Daydreaming director Lee Gun takes Go (or Baduk in Korean) to a whole new level of brutal following Jo Bum-gu’s 2014 hit, The Divine Move. He’s got actor Kwon Sang-woo leading the way this time in a mysterious character from the original film now in the new prequel, The Divine Move 2: The Wrathful, which opens next month from CJ Entertainment.