Oscar-winning director Bong Joon-ho is working with Warner Bros. to make a sci-fi film, starring Robert Pattinson.
In the latest Movie and TV news, The next movie Bong Joon Ho, The Oscar-winning director of the film Parasite has been identified. Bong Joon Ho has directed an anonymous science fiction film, and Warner Bros. will direct the film. The Hollywood Reporter confirms that Robert Pattinson, The new Batman actor is in talks to star in Bong Joon Ho’s new film. This science fiction film is based on the novel Mickey 7 by Edward Ashton.
In addition to directing, Bong also appears in the film as a producer. Bong Joon Ho is currently working with Warner Media to produce Parasite, which will be produced and aired on HBO. Pattinson also co-starred with Warner Bros. recently in The Batman. Mickey 7 is described as similar to Andy Weir’s The Martian and Blake Church’s Dark Matter.
The focus of this sci-fi film is on a man being sent to colonize Niffelheim’s icy world. No further details are available at this time, and Mickey 7 will be released next month. Bong Joon Ho, who won three Academy Awards for Parasite, has also directed other films such as Barking Dogs Never Bite, Memories of Murder, The Host, Mother, Snowpiercer and Okja.
Bong Joon Ho had previously said that he was working on the script for two live-action films and an animation. The first project is a new Korean film set in Seoul, South Korea, and is set to feature horror as well as action elements. The second project is a live-action, English-language film based on a real-life event that took place in 2016, half of which will take place in the United States and the other half in the United Kingdom.
Also, the third project is supposed to be a completely CGI effect, and the events of this animation are supposed to take place in the depths of the sea, and in this adventure animation, we are supposed to see the presence of sea creatures and humans. The animation is said to follow the story of a deep-sea invertebrate that believes it suffers from a vertebral disc herniation.