Korean A-list actor Lee Byung-hun has been confirmed to co-produce in addition to star in an upcoming Netflix teenage film!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, an American leisure media, the worldwide streaming platform has lately acquired rights to dramatize Maurene Goo’s 2017 romance guide “I Believe in a Thing Called Love,” and Lee Byung-hun is alleged to take each producer and actor credit. Lee’s company BH Entertainment later made an announcement confirming the information.
I Believe in a Thing Called Love will comply with Desi Lee, an overachieving highschool senior who additionally occurs to be a strolling catastrophe with regards to romance. One day, she decides to go after the extremely scorching Luca Drakos by making use of recurring love formulation present in romantic Ok-dramas. Lee Byung-hun has signed as much as play Desi’s father.
A multi-awarded movie and TV actor, Lee is critically acclaimed for his glorious portrayals within the Korean movies A Bittersweet Life (2005), I Saw the Devil (2010), Inside Men (2015), and The Man Standing Next (2020). In Hollywood, the 50-year-old artist is understood for his function as Storm Shadow in G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) and its sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013). Aside from the aforementioned mission, Lee can be slated to look in two survival-themed Korean movies, Emergency Declaration and Concrete Utopia.
I Believe in a Thing Called Love is to be penned by Yulin Kuang, who beforehand labored with Netflix on the sequence The Healing Powers of Dude (2020). Lee Byung-hun will probably be co-producing together with Mary Lee of A-Major Media and Charles Pak of BH Entertainment, whereas supply writer Maurene Goo has determined to hitch them as an government producer.