‘Parasite’ director ropes in Robert Pattinson for his next movie

Bong Joon Ho

“Parasite” is one of the cinematic masterpieces. Its direction and cinematography made a way for the appreciation of Korean cinema.

According to Deadline, the “Parasite” director is all set to dazzle his fans again with an untitled new movie.
The movie is said to be based on Edward Ashton’s upcoming novel Mickey7. Further, the project might be taken up by Warner Bros and is scheduled to be released in the first half of 2022.

Bong Joon Ho and Robert Pattinson all set for another masterpiece

One thing is certain that Oscar-winning director Bong Joon Ho and talented actor Robert Pattinson would make any project perfect.

The subtle turning of “Parasite” from comedy to dark actuality and then finally into riveting suspense made it into a well-deserving Oscar winner.

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On the other hand, Robert Pattinson has proved his acting mantle with “The Devil All the Time” on Netflix. He has also starred in “Tenet” by Christopher Nolan and “The Lighthouse”.

His latest and most awaited release would be “Batman”, whose trailer has already created a buzz for the fans.

What this perfect project holds for us

As the plotline of the famous author Edward Ashton’s novel, Mickey7 goes, the protagonist is an Expendable, who goes on a human expedition to colonize the ice world Niflheimis as a disposable employee. The mission in time gets extremely dangerous Mickey comes for the crew’s rescue.

As one would expect from the brilliant director the novel will come on screen with his own touch. With the expected lead, you can expect wonders from this movie.

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