Korea's first Hollywood-invested film starts filming
Shooting began for "Running Man," the first Korean film to be invested by a Hollywood studio, late last month, the studio's local unit said Monday.
The movie about an everyman who happens to get embroiled in a high-profile murder case and tries to run away began shooting on July 28, the 20th Century Fox Korea said in a release.
South Korean actor Shin Ha-gyun plays the protagonist named Jong-woo in the picture invested by 20th Century Fox, a major Hollywood studio.
"Unlike Hollywood-made hero films, this movie has an average lower middle class citizen as its main character. It also has an unpredictable development of incidents and action scenes," a company official said.
Running Man is set to open in South Korea next year. (Yonhap)