TV adaptation of the Bong Joon-ho film set for an early release


Bong Joon-ho’s television adaptation Snowpiercer has seen its release date advanced.

The 2013 science fiction thriller was the Oscar-winning director’s first album in English, with 80% of the dialogue in English.

The original was fixed seven years after the world entered a new ice age, which saw the last remaining humans traveling in a perpetually moving train, separated by class. As it toured the globe, the lower class began a revolution against the elite. Ed Harris, Tilda Swinton, Chris Evans and Jamie Bell all starred in the film.

The TV version of Snowpiercer was originally scheduled to air on May 31, but has now been delayed until May 17. The show will air on TNT in the United States and will be available on Netflix worldwide (except in the United States and China).

Snowpiercer is one of the most anticipated original series of 2020 and in this climate, viewers are hungry for engaging and engaging content that speaks to them more deeply, “said TNT Managing Director Brett Weitz. “It is extremely important to follow through on our promise to meet audiences where they are, and to that end, we are making progress SnowpiercerSo fans can enjoy this futuristic series even earlier. “

The new adaptation will star Jennifer Connelly, Daveed Diggs, Micky Sumner and more, while Bong serves as executive producer.

Bong recently made history at the Oscars 2020 when his latest film Parasite became the first non-English language film to win the award for best film. The film also won the awards for best director, best international feature film and best original screenplay.

Parasite should also be adapted for television, with a series revealing the film’s “hidden stories” in HBO’s works.


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