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[HanCinema's Digest] Cinema Snippets

2015/04/18 | 427 views | Permalink

"Twenty" makes it way to America, Fabien presents three new Korean releases for Modern Korean Cinema, CJ Entertainment reaches out to fans on Facebook with new initiative, and reservations for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" start flooding in.

"Youth Film TWENTY to Bow in North America"

Lee Byeong-heon-I's "Twenty" is currently closing in on 3 million admissions, but this popular youth comedy has already made its way to foreign theatres. According to KOBIZ, the film opened simultaneously across 25 theatres this past Friday in America, which included Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Dallas. "Twenty" was released in Korea on the 25th of last month, and stars Kim Woo-bin, Lee Junho and Kang Ha-neul.



"New Korean Films: Les Amours des séniors (2014 Week 14)"

What new films are coming out in Korea? Fabien Schneider takes an in-depth look at three new films currently competing for favour for Modern Korean Cinema: "Salut D'Amour", "Revivre", and the documentary "Fukushima : Is There a Way Out ?"



"S. Korean theaters bustling before 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' release"

The sequel to the popular "Avengers" film is set for release in Korea next week (Thursday, 23rd), and CGV, Lotte Cinema and Megabox have already started receiving reservations to the value of $1.6 million!



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