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Choi Dong-hoon, "Jun Ji-hyun, Kim Woo-bin, Ryu Jun-yeol, Kim Tae-ri Not Confirmed for 'Alien'"

2019/07/04 | Permalink | Source

Director Choi Dong-hoon says casting for his latest film is currently up in the air.

Caper Film sources said, "The scenario is still a work in progress and previous reports about the title being "Alien" is not true".

"Names like Jun Ji-hyun, Kim Woo-bin, Ryu Jun-yeol and Kim Tae-ri that were mentioned in the press haven't even been asked about their schedules, nor have they been verbally cast for the film".

Choi Dong-hoon's latest is a science fiction piece. The so-called "Alien", which is the supposed title, only makes a short appearance, and this film is supposed to be lighter than the previous "The Assassination".

Choi Dong-hoon initially chose "Wiretap" as his next film, but it has been postponed due to Kim Woo-bin's illness.

Choi put a hold on "Wiretap" and moved onto the sci-fi film, which starts shooting early next year.

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