Bong Joon-Ho

After winning six Oscars, director Bong Joon-Ho creator of ‘Parasite’ is now working on a Korean animated film, which will address the relationship between humans and deep-sea sea creatures.

According to what he announced, the script was finished in January of this year. He worked it for almost three years in conjunction with the Korean company 4th Creative Party, a visual effects production company that has also been in the director’s previous films such as “Snowpiercer,” “Okja” and “Mother.

However, it has emerged that the production of this film, despite the fact that the script is already finished, will start until after he finishes writing the script for a film in English, which would be set in London.

As reported, the story will follow a deep-sea invertebrate fish suffering from a herniated spinal disc. Disney has nothing to fear, since apparently this animated film would not be aimed at children.

This will certainly be a busy year for Bong Joon-Ho, as in addition to these two projects, he is producing the drama ‘Sea Fog’ with Participant Media. Matt Palmer, who directed Caliber, is writing and directing “Sea Fog,” which is based on an earlier draft by Oren Moverman.

And, also, Joon-Ho will be part of the jury of the Venice Film Festival 2021, in which he will be president, at the end of August and beginning of September. At the same time, he fulfills his role as executive producer on the television series “Parasite”, which will hit HBO Max.

It should be noted that the movie ‘Parasite’ was a resounding success, so these projects have generated great expectations among moviegoers and their fans.

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