The stars of the recent movie “Collective Invention” have joined up with Cosmopolitan for a amusing and brand new photo shoot!
Lee Kwang Soo, Park Bo Young, and Lee Chun Hee are these days selling their comedy film “Collective Invention,” which just hit theaters on October 22.
During their interview with the magazine, the stars are asked if here is the primary time they’ve all collected in combination since they wrapped up filming. “Although it’s been awhile since we’ve observed every other, it roughly feels like we just met up an afternoon or two ago,” says Park Bo Young. “It doesn’t feel like ‘Oh, it’s so excellent to peer you!’” adds Lee Kwang Soo. “Instead it’s like we saw one another the day earlier than today and are assembly up back today.”
In the film, Lee Kwang Soo plays a guy who suffers from a awful mutation after taking an experimental drug. The interviewer asks him whether it was once as tough as it looked to act without being in a position to turn any facial expressions because of the huge fish head he had to wear.
“I worried so much as a result of that,” says Lee Kwang Soo. “If you’re acting with your body, it’s actually simple to make it appear to be overacting if you overdo it. At the similar time, if you don’t use your frame much at all then you don’t get the tale across. So I practiced much in front of my replicate at home.”
The interviewer mentions that they’d heard it took Lee Kwang Soo five hours to get into his fish-man costume, and that the fish head weighed 7 to 8 kilograms. They’d also heard that on account of the costume, Park Bo Young used to feed him at mealtimes during shooting, and when a scene become over, Lee Chun Hee would assist him cling up the fish head.
Lee Chun Hee explains, “Because Lee Kwang Soo gave the impact to be having a troublesome time, no longer most effective the 2 people yet also the team of workers would pay a giant number of attention to test out to make it in order that Lee Kwang Soo may act even a little bit more comfortably. When the director would call cut, he’d also in an instant say, ‘Lee Kwang Soo, you'll be able to take it off now.’”
He is going directly to add, “But because it was bulky to take it off and put it on again the entire time, Lee Kwang Soo purposely attempted now not to take it off. He’d at all times say ‘I’m okay’ because he was worried that the folk who’d need to take his mask off and put it on again would get tired out.”
“Lee Kwang Soo is the kind of individual that doesn’t wish to say they’re having a tough time or display it, even if they are,” says Park Bo Young. “For example, even on a chilly day, when he took off his fish head his face would be soaked in sweat. He’d must be attached to an oxygen tank as it was so heavy he couldn’t breathe effectively in there. in spite of his situation, he’d continuously take into consideration people first. That’s why we cared for him.”
“But thank you to that fish head, I were given to be looked after like i used to be a small kid whilst we were filming,” laughs Lee Kwang Soo.
Are you taking a look ahead to seeing this trio in “Collective Invention”?