The Host - Remake - The Five movie fans

November 19, 2008 – 00:00

My favorite Asian horror the last time, "The Host" gets missed a Hollywood makeup.

Universal Pictures is remaking Bong Joon-ho's 2006 Korean monster movie The Host (aka Gwoemul). First-time feature filmmaker Fredrik Bond is set to direct, with Mark Poirier (Smart People) is penning the script, and Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski producing. While Bond Has not directed a feature film yet, he has directed commercials Numerous and Seems to at least get the idea of ​​the film: "It processes a few genres together, and visually it feels close to the stuff I 've made over the load few years in commercials, the tonality of humor and the scale. "hope I did Means They Will not butcher this remake in its Americanized adaptation. ( First Showing )

Quite apart from what one generally thinks of the Hollywoodisation of Asian films, but this seems to me Verwurstung particularly unnecessary, but is "The Host" is a pretty Asian-American monster movie and I have no idea what Hollywood wants to add to, except long noses and another monster design (should probably also turn out again stupid). Meh.


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