Keyword: Film Terbaru Yoona 2013

Yoona Drops 'Nodame Cantabile' To Film Chinese Movie 'Goodbye Ani'

Yoona Drops 'Nodame Cantabile' To Film Chinese Movie 'Goodbye Ani'

 

The search for Nodame continues.

After much consideration, it turns out that Girls” Generation”s Yoona will not be taking part in the Korean remake of the Japanese drama “Nodame Cantabile.”

It was previously reported that the idol-actress was leaning towards accepting the role, but it seems like she has other projects to pursue.

SM Entertainment announced on the 14th, “We received other casting offers, and after discussing the details, we have decided to decline the offer for Yoona to headline in “Nodame Cantabile”.”...

Girls’ Generation’s YoonA Decides on Film Debut Instead of Korean Remake of “Nodame Cantabile”

Girls’ Generation’s YoonA Decides on Film Debut Instead of Korean Remake of “Nodame Cantabile”

In the end, YoonA, who received an offer to star in the Korean remake of “Nodame Cantabile,” declined the drama and will, instead, be taking on a Korea and China co-produced film.

YoonA recently notified the production company of the Korean remake of “Nodame Cantabile” (working Korean title “Cantabile Romance”) that she will not be taking up their offer. The idol-actress will be filming a Korean-Chinese production film titled “Zai Jian Ani” as the heroine, Ani. Ani is described as a bright, bubbly, and eccentric character. Taiwanese actor Peng Yuyan (Eddie Peng) has been offered the lead male role. ...

Friction arises at Daejong film event

Friction arises at Daejong film event

From left: Motion Pictures Association of Korea head Namgoong Won; Daejong Film Awards organizing committee chief Yi Gyu-tae; and two honorary ambassadors – actors Uhm Jung-hwa and Song Kang-ho – pose at the press conference of the 51st Daejong Film Awards on Tuesday at Lotte Hotel in central Seoul. Provided by the Daejong Film Awards

The Daejong Film Awards, the longest-running movie event in Korea, heralded yet another shaky year when its longstanding management issues surfaced at a press conference held Tuesday at Lotte Hotel in Sogong-dong, central Seoul.The event started with Yi Gyu-tae, the chairman of the festival”s organizing committee, vowing to promote more objectivity in the film”s evaluation system. He said that they would include all movies released last year as candidates instead of merely considering submissions, which was how the winner was selected at prior festivals.When Yi was asked about the festival”s management system, he briefly answered that his organizing committee had been delegated the full authority to run the event from its host, the Motion Pictures Association of Korea.However, when the mic was handed to director Jung Jin-woo, head of Korea”s Motion Picture Directors” Association, an affiliate of the Motion Pictures Association of Korea, the cheerful atmosphere turned icy. Jung refuted Yi”s comments about receiving “full authority” from the host, saying that his words were “completely groundless”.”I want to ask if it is justifiable to run the Daejong Film Awards without the Korea”s Motion Picture Directors” Association in its management”, said Jung. “I precisely remember that on Aug. 6, last year, I signed a contract that said eight associations under the Motion Pictures Association of Korea were to be the executive committees, but this was completely overturned. “Nam doesn”t deserve to sit there”, Jung continued. The press event finished 30 minutes earlier than scheduled. Actor Namgoong Won also attended the event as the head of the festival”s host, the Motion Pictures Association of Korea. He said that securing objectivity was his top priority and that he would do his best to celebrate the results the film industry achieved last year. Actors Song Kang-ho and Uhm Jung-hwa also attended the event as the honorary ambassadors. Both won best actor awards last year for their films “The Face Reader” and “Montage”.The 51st Daejong Film Awards will air live on Nov. 11 through public broadcasting channel KBS.BY JIN EUN-SOO [[email protected] ] ...

Im Kwon-taek to Receive Award at Singapore Film Fest

Im Kwon-taek to Receive Award at Singapore Film Fest

Veteran director Im Kwon-taek will receive an award for his lifetime achievements at this year”s Singapore International Film Festival which opens early December. The award ceremony will take place on Dec. 13.The festival”s organizing committee said Im, who made more than 100 films over the past 50 years, has been chosen as a recipient of the honorary award for this year”s film festival in recognition of his lifelong contribution to the Asian film industry as well as Korean cinema.The festival will run from Dec. 4 to 14 and feature some of his old movies such as “Mandara” and “VIlliage in the Mist” as well as his latest feature film, “Revivre”. ...

Choi Woo Sik reveals his thoughts on winning this year"s Actor Award at the "19th Busan Film Festival"

Choi Woo Sik reveals his thoughts on winning this year"s Actor Award at the "19th Busan Film Festival"

Actor Choi Woo Sik revealed his thoughts on winning this year”s “Actor Award” at the “19th Busan Film Festival“. 

At a press preview event for the movie “Giant”  held on October 29, he said, “I was on stage with senior actor Yoo Ji Tae at the “17th Busan Film Festival”. He has the most charisma out of all the male actors I”ve seen. I fell in love with him [at the time]. Then I met him again at the “19th Busan Film Festival”. I thought I was in a dream because I was receiving an award from the senior I was fond of.” ...

Yoon Eun Hye Cast in Park Shi Hoo's Comeback Film

Yoon Eun Hye Cast in Park Shi Hoo's Comeback Film

 

Actress Yoon Eun Hye is apparently not afraid of a little controversy. The actress, who recently appeared in the film “Chronicles of a Blood Merchant” with Ha Ji Won and Ha Jung Woo, next plans to star in a romantic melodrama titled “After Love.” The subject matter of the film is not controversial but there will be plenty of comments about her choice of co-star, actor Park Shi Hoo.

Park Shi Hoo has not worked a lot in the last year due to a scandal in which a young actress accused him of sexual assault. He claimed their relations were consensual and the accusations led to a string of lawsuits. The charges against the actor were eventually dropped but not before the damage to his career was done. He has not worked in a k-drama since his successful leading role in the comedy “Cheomdamdong Alice,” which ended in early 2013. He has not appeared in a Korean film since the 2012 film “Confession of Murder,” in which he played an author who claimed to be a serial killer....

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Head" + DVD Giveaway

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Head" + DVD Giveaway

The movie follows the same erratic delivery in its presentation, as things can get pretty confusing. Most of the time, there is barely any strong indication of what is even going on and a lot of situations only make partial sense with effort. Its scenes are put together in a very choppy manner and it takes a while for viewers to make their own mental transition. Paying attention and being patient are prerequisites for not being completely lost as to who wants what and what is happening, which are hard to get at times even then. ...

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Head"

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Head"

The movie follows the same erratic delivery in its presentation, as things can get pretty confusing. Most of the time, there is barely any strong indication of what is even going on and a lot of situations only make partial sense with effort. Its scenes are put together in a very choppy manner and it takes a while for viewers to make their own mental transition. Paying attention and being patient are prerequisites for not being completely lost as to who wants what and what is happening, which are hard to get at times even then. ...

Park Chan-wook Makes Short Film for Zegna

Park Chan-wook Makes Short Film for Zegna

The 20-minute short film “A Rose Reborn” directed by Park Chan-wook was unveiled at the closing ceremony of the Shanghai Fashion Week on Wednesday. The film, having three episodes plus the finale, is a global collaboration between Park and the Italian luxury brand Ermenegildo Zegna.British actor Jack Huston and California-born Hong Kong actor Daniel Wu starred in the film, wearing costumes made by the luxury label.Park, at a reception after the premier, said “I worked with global stars like Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska and crew while shooting “Stoker”, so I thought it might not be that difficult, but I was wrong. Especially putting the final touches to a film with the crew scattered in Rome, London, Milan, Los Angeles and Seoul was quite hard”.Zegna, a luxury brand that makes custom-made suits favored by tycoons and stars, wanted to make a film that would appeal to adventurous young people.Zenga approached Park through Luca Guadanino, an Italian filmmaker, and entrusted him with everything from scriptwriting to filming. “I gladly accepted the proposal as I figured it would be a great opportunity to make a “elegant” film”, Park said. “As soon as I decided to collaborate, I watched video clips of Zegna fashion shows for inspiration”, he recalls.”A Rose Reborn” can be watched on Zegna”s website or the film”s official website www.arose-reborn.com. ...

Yoona Speaks Up About Her Relationship With Lee Seung Gi, Feels Apologetic Towards Her Members

Yoona Speaks Up About Her Relationship With Lee Seung Gi, Feels Apologetic Towards Her Members

Girls” Generations Yoona finally opens up about her widely talked about relationship with actor Lee Seung Gi.

On the March 17 broadcast of “Healing Camp”, Yoona shared her thoughts regarding the issue, and she said, “I was thinking about working hard this 2014, but on the first day of the New Year, news articles regarding my relationship suddenly came pouring out.”

She continued, “I”m the first member to go public, so I felt really apologetic towards the others. I felt bad because the other eight girls would be put in uncomfortable positions trying to answer questions about me. I thought I was burdening them.”...