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“Avengers: Age of Ultron” Soo Hyun Kim Walks the Hollywood Red Carpet at “Captain America: Winter Soldier” Premiere
Many actors and actresses dream of walking the Hollywood red carpet, and it has become a reality for actress Soo Hyun Kim.
Actress Soo Hyun (Claudia) Kim, who was cast for the new Hollywood film “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” stepped onto the Hollywood red carpet for her first official schedule as a member of the Avengers cast.
On March 14, she posted on her Twitter, “It’s actually happening..!” with a photo of herself posing for the press at the premiere of “Captain America: Winter Soldier” in Los Angeles. She was invited to the premiere as a member of the cast of the upcoming Avengers film, in which she will star next to big names such as Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, and Scarlett Johansson.
Previously, on March 5, Walt Disney and Marvel revealed that Soo Hyun was cast for a substantial role in the new film, and Soo Hyun will participate in filming for the movie that will take place in Korea in April.
Kim Yeong-kwang, 'Kim Woo-bin, Lee Soo-hyeok, Seong Joon Hong Jong-hyeon are the Avengers among models'
Kim Yeong-kwang starred in the September 14th episode of JTBC"s food show, "Please deal with My Refrigerator" and published the list of the five popular models.
On this day, the display host Kim Seong-ju unfolded saying, "I heard there are the Avengers among models".
Kim Yeong-kwang responded, "I heard that a fan edited a virtual symbol the use of the faces of Kim Woo-bin, Lee Soo-hyeok, Seong Joon, Hong Jong-hyeon, and me"
Jeong Hyeong-don added, "We also have the chef Avengers here", which evoked laughs.
It"s official. "Assassination" has turn out to be the maximum watched movie in all of Korea this year, topping even western blockbuster hit "Avengers: Age of Ultron" in the case of admissions.
As of today, the movie is a trifling inches clear of attaining the 11 million mark with a whopping 10.79 million audience having long gone to the theater up to now to observe the blockbuster. "Avengers: Age of Ultron" garnered 10.49 viewers, yet financially, it raked in around $75 million in while "Assassination" grossed $71 million. "Assassination"s immense box place of business good fortune is still value noting as it attracted just about a 5th of the Korean population!
The star-studded movie featuring actress Jun Ji Hyun, Ha Jung Woo, Lee Jung Jae, and others made this step forward appropriate round the time of Korea"s 70th Independence Day.
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Soo Hyun of "Avengers 2" fame is looking gorgeous as the model for "Hamilton" watches. "W Korea" magazine shared photos of the actress for her advertisement shoot and she is really establishing her model status.
Her elegant and mature feminine charms accentuate the sophistication of the watches, which serve as the point accessories to complete her stylish outfits.
A rep from the shoot revealed, "Soo Hyun led the filming atmosphere with her uniquely bright image the whole time. In addition, she showed a professional side with a variety of poses and expressions, earning praise from the staff."
Meanwhile, she is busy filming for the second season of the Netflix series "Marco Polo"!
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It appears as though Korea might be the backdrop for many foreign films going forward.
As highlighted in a recent SBS News report, the Korean government is heavily supporting the production of foreign films on its soil, providing both logistic and monetary support to foreign film companies. For the filming of “Avengers 2,” which spanned two weeks in the Spring of last year, the government closed a major bridge in Seoul for an entire day. In addition, production companies of films shot in the country are eligible to receive back 30 percent of the money they spend domestically. In the case of “Avengers 2,” this compensation totals around 2.8 million dollars.
A bridge is closed in Seoul for the filming of Avengers 2
The Korean government hopes that such a support system for foreign production studios will lead to an increase in filming within the country and, ultimately, promote tourism. Estimations are that the country could see over 75 million tourist dollars a year as a result of the plan.
The compensation plan, however, is costing the government quite a bit of money. The government gave a rebate of 750 thousand dollars to the production company of American drama “Sense 8” last year, and it is expected to return 1.4 million dollars for the production of a Chinese film currently filming on Jeju Island. Moreover, it is not yet clear whether the plan will yield the anticipated monetary benefits, leading some to wonder if Korea appearing in international films is worth the inconveniences of city streets being closed down and government compensation to foreign production companies.
Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo Show Respect to Korea’s “Original Iron Man” Related
From left, Cobie Smulders as Maria Hill, Chris Evans as Captain America, Don Cheadle as War Machine, Claudia Kim as Dr. Cho, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner and Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, in a scene from the new film, "Avengers: Age Of Ultron". The movie debuted with a Hulk-sized 27.6 million dollars in Thursday night showings in the United States well above the pace of the first "Avengers" film. [AP/NEWSIS]
In its second week, "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" is still mighty in Korea, sucking in 2.3 million viewers, or more than 70 percent of moviegoers in total, during the weekend.It became the fastest foreign film on Saturday to reach the six-million mark 10 days since its release. The title was previously held by "Iron Man 3", which achieved the feat within 17 days. As of Sunday, the "Avengers" sequel sold seven million tickets, making 59 billion won ($54.7 million) in Korean theaters.It is likely that the film will continue its successful streak awhile longer as Children"s Day, a national holiday, falls today and no viable competitors are scheduled to be released this weekend.In the United States, where the movie was released on Friday, about a week later than in Korea, the Marvel and Disney sequel earned a staggering $187.7 million in its debut weekend, making it the second biggest U.S. opening of all time according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.But the sequel failed to top the all-time record of the first film"s $207.4 million debut in 2012.Although it was the only new film on wide release this weekend, it had some significant small-screen competition: The Kentucky Derby, the NBA playoffs, and the Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao fight.Numbers could shift by the time Monday actuals roll in, but it seems the robust counter-programming may have blockaded another record for Marvel and Disney.Still, for Disney"s head of distribution Dave Hollis, the weekend was a "spectacular result"" for the film, which cost a reported $250 million to produce.Playing on 4,276 screens, the audiences for the "Avengers" sequel"s debut were 59 percent male and 41 percent under the age of 25."We"re in rare air here"," said Hollis. "Having the second biggest opening weekend in the history of the movie business is always going to be something you walk away overwhelmingly happy with. The momentum of the brand for Marvel at this point is really something to take a step back and admire.""Marvel and Disney now boast the top three opening weekends of all time with "Avengers"" and its sequel taking the top two slots and "Iron Man 3"" in third place.Hollis said this is "confirmation"" that these films are "bringing a completely different kind of filmmaking to cinema. They"re creating events and characters and building worlds in a way that is drawing the attention of huge crowds.""Rentrak"s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian agreed that the failure to top the first film is "in no way"" a disappointment."You have to put this into perspective. Considering the level of competition this weekend in the sporting world, it shows that movie going holds its own against all other options"," he said.Also, while the first film"s $207.4 million haul might just seem like a new benchmark to hit, Dergarabedian was quick to point out that opening above $200 million was "literally like breaking the box office sound barrier.""Instead of a new industry standard, a $200 million opening might continue to be an industry rarity.The sequel"s future success is not in doubt either."These other options were single events. "Avengers" has a very long playing time. This is a journey to $1 billion and beyond"," he said.With $168 million in international sales this weekend, the "Avengers"" sequel has grossed $627 million globally in just 12 days. The film has yet to open in China and Japan.The rest of the top five was populated with holdovers, "The Age of Adaline"," "Furious 7"," "Paul Blart: Mall Cop"," and the animated "Home.""In Korea, the second slot on the box office was taken by a local noir film "Coin Locker Girl" with 438,691 admissions. Directed by newbie Han Jun-hee, the movie with two powerful female figures in the titular roles has grabbed attention for putting an unlikely twist on the noir genre. Top actress Kim Hye-soo plays mob boss Eomma and up-and-coming star Kim Go-eun is Il-young, an orphan raised by the gangster who later challenges the hierarchical structure of the group. Another Korean movie, "Enemies In-Law", a sequel to 2011 rom-com "Clash of the Families", debuted in third place with 160,391 tickets sold. BY JIN EUN-SOO, AP [[email protected]]
The Sewol Ferry incident, which has been mentioned by countless Korean entertainers throughout the past year, has finally found justice.
On April 28, the court sentenced Captain Lee Joon Suk to a lifetime in prison after he was charged for murder.
The Department of Justice found him guilty of intentionally murdering the passengers, saying, “The captain left his ship during an accident without any warning or evacuation order.”
“Lee Joon Suk failed to attempt any rescue procedures during the ‘golden time’ (window of opportunity) to provide aid and ran away by himself instead,” they criticized. “This is the same as a rescue chief escaping on a helicopter while leaving the skyscraper to burn.”
Previously, during the first trial, Lee Joon Suk was sentenced to 36 years in jail because he was not charged with murder nor for escaping the vessel.
Korean Government Officially Announces Plan to Salvage Sunken Sewol Ferry