Park Chan Wook’s Hollywood Debut, ‘Stoker’ to Hold Worldwide Premiere in Korea Next Month
Park Chan Wook’s first Hollywood movie, Stoker, will be premiering worldwide next month.
Anticipation for the thriller movie has grown steadily with the movie’s teasers and Stoker will premiere first in Park Chan Wook’s home country on February 28.
Park Chan Wook, who is the critically acclaimed director of movies such as Old Boy helmed the upcoming new movie which stars Mia Wasikowska as India Stoker who tragically loses her father in a tragic auto accident.
Her tranquil life is then upturned by the arrival of an Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode), whom she never knew existed, as he comes to live with her emotionally unstable mother, Evie (Nicole Kidman) as matters quickly turn from mysterious to terrifying.
In addition to a top notch cast, the movie was produced by Ridley Scott and his late brother Tony Scott who directed and/or produced hit Hollywood films such as Prometheus, Black Hawk Down and more.
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