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Thursday, May 7, 2020

Ari Aster Producing English-Language Remake of Korean Genre Film ‘Save the Green Planet!’

Fresh off Hereditary and Midsommar, Ari Aster is next set to produce an English-language remake of 2003’s wacky Korean genre-bender Save the Green Planet!, Deadline reports today.

Will Tracy (“Succession”) is set to write the remake, and Joon-hwan Jang, the original film’s director, will direct.

“The off-beat, black comedy-sci-fi mashup follows a man who believes the world is on the verge of an alien invasion and sets out to save the planet by first kidnapping his boss.”

CJ (Parasite) will produce alongside Aster and Lars Knudsen.

Aster and Knudsen said in a statement, “Swinging with youthful abandon between white-knuckle suspense, absurd slapstick, grim horror and a deeply felt (and earned) sense of tragedy, Save The Green Planet! is one of the most remarkable films to come out of South Korea – among this recent wave or any wave, for that matter. When we heard that director Jang was passionate about revisiting this iconic work, bringing it to the US and updating it to reflect the mess of the world today (which feels even more ripe for this kind of apocalyptic skewering than when the film was first released), we leapt at the chance to be a part of it. We’re honored to be partnering with CJ and with the brilliant director Jang.”



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3615881/ari-aster-producing-english-language-remake-korean-genre-film-save-green-planet/

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