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NY Asian 2014 Interview: Korean Acting Legend Park Joong-hoon Talks Top Star, His Directing Debut

16 July 2014 11:05 AM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

The New York Asian Film Festival handed their Celebrity Award to one of the most prolific stars of Korean cinema.  Park Joong-hoon has won many international awards for films like Nowhere to Hide and Radio Star during his nearly 30-year acting career.  He now turns director for Top Star, an insider's look at the rise and fall of fame.The Lady Miz Diva:  How do you feel about receiving the New York Asian Film Festival's Celebrity Award?Park Joong-hoon:  First of all, I'm really thankful, of course.  And it has a kind of special meaning, this Celebrity Award from New York; when I was 25 years old, I was already an actor, but I temporarily stopped and came here to study for two years.  So I was...

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'Mad Men's Robert Morse on Dancing Into the Sunset

27 May 2014 1:00 PM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

"The phones have been ringing off the hook!" Robert Morse exclaims, which isn't surprising given the 83-year-old actor's turn in the Mad Men split-season finale last Sunday night. (Here there be spoilers, so anyone who has not yet seen the episode, you may want to turn back now. Seriously.) Having played Sterling Cooper & Partners' co-founder and resident Zen philosopher/Japanaphile Bertrand Cooper on the show for seven seasons, Morse saw his character shuffle off this mortal coil right after his character witnessed Neil Armstrong walk on the moon. Viewers learn »

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'Mad Men' Recap: All in a Day's Work

20 April 2014 10:15 PM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

The path to the Iron Throne is a treacherous one, but at least on Sunday night TV, the late, unlamented Joffrey Baratheon already has a villainous successor. Mad Men's Lou Avery (played by Allan Havey) may be taking up space in Don Draper's corner office, but he's come nowhere near filling his shoes. In the Season Seven premiere, "Time Zones," Lou revealed himself to be a smug, complacent hack whose dismissive treatment of Peggy and Dawn reeked of casual sexism and racism. (Anyone who thought Dawn was happier with her new, »

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'Mad Men' Season Premiere Recap: Nowhere to Hide

13 April 2014 8:05 PM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

I don't think there's enough sunshine in all of California to brighten up the dark state of affairs everyone is in as Mad Men begins the first half of its last lap. Where does one begin in this cold January of 1969? Peggy crumpled on the floor in sobs of her great-big-investment Upper West Side apartment? Roger passed out naked on the floor of his filthy, garbage-littered hotel-room-cum-counterculture-commune? Ken – still sporting an eye patch from his little shotgun mishap with the Chevy execs – completely overwhelmed and overworked? A happy, suntanned Pete – seriously, »

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Top Star (2013) Movie Review

17 March 2014 8:38 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

It seems to be a very popular time for Korean actors stepping behind the camera, with Ha Jung Woo and Yoo Ji Tae having helmed “Fasten Your Seatbelts” and “Mai Ratima” respectively. Next up is acclaimed veteran star Park Joong Hoon, known for roles in the likes of “Nowhere to Hide”, “Haeundae” and many other hits, who makes his debut with “Top Star”. The film sees Park sticking to what he knows, with a cautionary look behind the scenes of the entertainment industry, following an ambitious young man who tries to work his way up the celebrity ladder. Uhm Tae Woong (“Architecture 101”) headlines, with Kim Min Joon, (“The Concubine”) as his mentor and rival, and support from actress So Yi Hyun (“Heartstrings”) and a number of cameo appearances from Korean stars, including Uhm Jung Hwa and Ahn Sung Ki. Uhm Tae Woong plays Tae Sik, a lowly talent manager and chauffeur, »

- James Mudge

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The Spy: Undercover Operation (2013) Movie Review

15 January 2014 8:13 AM, PST | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Korean espionage action comedy “The Spy: Undercover Operation” had a pretty interesting trip to the screen, having originally been set to be directed by Lee Myung Se, known for arty outings like “Duelist” and “Nowhere to Hide”, for blockbuster producer Yoon Je Kyun, the man behind hits “Haeundae”, “Sector 7” and others. However, Lee and Yoon clashed over the film’s (then going by “Mr K”) direction, the former apparently taking things off at a more esoteric tangent, and the director left the project while in the middle of shooting in Thailand. The reins were handed to first time helmer Yi Seung Jun, who had worked for Yoon several times as assistant director and who got things back on a more commercially friendly track. The film stars actor Sol Kyung Gu (“Cold Eyes”) as Chul Soo, an average businessman who’s actually one of the country’s top spies, a fact »

- James Mudge

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