CJ E&M, Korea’s leading entertainment giant, announced a slate of China co-production films including a remake of its smash hit action comedy "Veteran." A remake of Kang Je-gyu’s "Salut d’Amour,"…
Abundantly talented, Ryoo Seung-wan has often had problems with other people's expectations. After his feature directing debut, 2000 cult hit "Die Bad," the flop of his second film "No Blood No…
Ace Korean director Ryoo Seung-wan, currently riding high on the success of "Veteran," is to make sequels to two of his biggest movies.
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Bristling with rough-and-ready action and a titanic clash of wills, the police thriller-comedy "Veteran" will have audiences wholeheartedly rooting for its intransigent cop hero to take down a…
CJ Entertainment's "Veteran" brushed aside "Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation" while "Assassination" stayed on course to be the year's top Korean movie.
Although “Unbeatable” contains a few pugilist-pic cliches, the storytelling artistry of Hong Kong helmer Dante Lam and Nick Cheung’s powerhouse performance make a raw and compelling experience out…
The Riga Film Fund in Latvia, the only Baltic country to offer production support to international projects, has awarded Lati 313,547 ($582,000) to six international co-productions. The fund offers…
Set in Germany's sexy capital and redolent of John Le Carre's Cold War atmospherics, South Korean espionage thriller "The Berlin File" boasts knockout action setpieces that provide an impressive…
Not enough happens in front of the camera to make "Behind the Camera" equal in charm or irony to E J-yong's well-received 2009 mockumentary "The Actresses."
Mathias Schwerbrock's Film Base Berlin has boarded "The Two Women," an adaptation of Ivan Turgenev's 19th century Russian play (also known as "A Month in the Country") starring Ralph Fiennes.
Largely set in 1980s Busan, "Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time" is a rags-to-rogues crimer whose finely chiseled portraits of greed, self-preservation and depravity are buttressed by powerhouse…