It was reported last year that Korean director Park Chan-wook had signed on to direct his second English-language film, but it seems that project will have to wait a little longer. The director has begun production on his next film, Fingersmith, based on the 2002 crime novel by Sarah Waters. Although that novel is written in English, Chan-wook’s film will be in Korean.
The great Korean director will next make the futuristic ‘Second Born.’
Often the early months of the year offer few good movies, which made us nervous about Park Chan-wook's 'Stoker.' It's due out in a couple weeks, but word out of Sundance and other screenings has been great (we rather liked it ourselves). Now there's a featurette that talks about the film's Southern Gothic flavor.
Park Chan-wook's 'Stoker' premiered at Sundance this week, and the latest international trailer will make you even more jealous that you weren't there to see it early.
'Stoker,' the first English-language film by Korean director Park Chan-wook, will debut this weekend at the Sundance Film festival, and will be going out to theaters on March 1. But until then, here's a clip from the film in which Nicole Kidman talks about how she really feels about her own daughter.
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When it comes to Park Chan-wook's 'Stoker,' we're... Well, we're stoked. Fox Searchlight just released this new promo and a gorgeous new international poster for the film to hopefully get you as excited as we are.
If you liked the trailer for Park Chan-wook's 'Stoker,' you're really going to be into the international version, which turns the tables and makes Mia Wasikowska's character just a bit more creepy than she was the first time around.
Nicole Kidman’s ‘Stoker’ character won’t win any Mother of the Year awards -- as was apparent with the first footage of the film -- but Park Chan-wook’s suspenseful thriller could score some genre trophies if it plays its cards right.
Cinephiles everywhere have been hungrily anticipating 'Stoker', the first English-language production by acclaimed Korean director Park Chan-Wook ('Oldboy', 'Sympathy for Lady Vengeance'). With a visionary director at the helm, and a cast that includes Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska and Matthew Goode, 'Stoker' is easily one of the must-see films in the first quarter of next year, and today brings us our very first look at the thriller.