Folks planning on buying a DVD or Blu-Ray copy of Furie from Well Go USA will be in good company when the Plano, Texas-based firm unleashes one of last year’s finest, Kim Min-Ho’s Unstoppable. A VOD and Digital HD release is in store on June 25, and stars Korean powerhouse Don Lee (a.k.a. Ma Dong-Seok) as a former gangster forced out of retirement once he learns of his wife’s kidnapping.
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South Korean actor Don Lee (a.k.a. Ma Dong-Seok) is back with first billing alongside Kim Moo-Yul and Kim Sung-Kyu in a crime tale intriguingly based on a true story with Lee Won-Tae’s The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil. The film premiered at Cannes and is now off to the races for its remaining festival circuitry, and with deserving ceremony given the talent that headlines this latest work from the filmmaker who debuted in 2017 with Cho Jin-Woong starrer, Man Of Will.
THE GANGSTER, THE COP, THE DEVIL: Ma Dong-Seok Isn’t Going Down Without A Fight In The Official Trailer
2019 is a milestone year Ma Dong-Seok who just made the casting rounds for Marvel’s next-phase adventure, The Eternals. He still has a few home grown gems coming down the pipeline and for this we now turn to a brand new official trailer for The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil, from Man Of Will helmer Lee Won-Tae.
Ready for Don Lee to conquer your moviegoing 2019? Lee Won-tae‘s The Gangster, The Cop And The Devil which just rolled out its first assets online ahead of its Korean release from Kiwi Media Group.
Actor Don Lee isn’t done kicking ass. Nope, far from it…
Taking cues from the pages of history is debut director Lee Won-Tae for the new film, Man Of Will. Such is the title now branded on the most recent poster featuring actor Cho Jin-Woong in the principle role of Kim Chang-Soo who saw his rise as a leading figure in the fight for Korean independence at the turn of the last century after landing for murdering a Japanese man who partook in Empress Myeongseong’s assassination.