Director Timo Tjahajanto has responded to criticisms of the upcoming remake of the zombie thriller train to busan Head on over, the horror took to social media to reassure fans that it would be worth it. filmmakers, best known for liking night comes for us And V/h/s/2, will lead the remake by Warner Bros. Pictures, and share some wise words from producer James Wan.
“When your @ is suddenly filling up and Train to Busan is more about the remake. In James (Wan)’s own words: Timo, we need to rise above and above everyone’s expectations, just like other great remakes like The Ring or Dawn has done the Dead remake. Who am I to humiliate my boss?”
Whether ring And morning of the dead There are worthy remakes that are open to debate, but Tjajnto is clearly eager to make his mark on the horrific events, rather than cashing in on the already popular franchise. not satisfied with merely attempting to assuage the concerns of train to busan Fans, Tjahajanto were quick to pay their respects James Wan, the filmmaker determined not to disappoint one of his idols.
“It needs to be added that James has been my hero since my college days. As a Southeast Asian kid from a traditional middle-class family that absolutely doesn’t encourage artistic endeavors (ie beheading, fake blood stains) His rise from SAW is inspired by a lot of us SEA genre doofus.”
Released in 2016, Original train to busan is a South Korean action horror film directed by Yeon Sang-ho and starring Gong Yoo, Jung Yoo-mi, Ma Dong-seok, Kim Su-un, Choi Woo-shik, Ah So-hee and Kim Yue-sung. Is. The story mostly takes place on a high-speed train from Seoul to Busan as a sudden zombie apocalypse breaks out in the country and the safety of passengers is threatened. train to busan Its fresh spin on the zombie genre was a huge hit with critics and audiences alike due to its truly sinister, claustrophobic visuals and white-knuckle motion.
So why would Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster and Coin Operated waste their time. Train Busan Remake? Well, according to screenwriter Gary Dauberman, who is best known for writing two Stephen King This Aside from movies, they’ve found a way to access content that won’t encroach on the fantastic original, shaking things up for American audiences. “Yeah. I won’t go into that any more, but it’s one of those movies that’s so good, it’s so well done, you don’t want to do anything that’s less than that,” Dauberman said. “I think we’re definitely getting there. It seems like there’s a reason to make an American version without ruining the experience of the original.”
Moviegoers often groan when they hear the word “remake,” but with the talents of James Wan, Gary Dauberman, and director Timo Tjahjanto, it might be worth boarding. train to busan once again.
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