Oscar champ Bong Joon-ho says content for one of his ‘Parasite’

Oscar champ Bong Joon-ho says content for one of his ‘Parasite’ continuations is finished (VIDEO)

Oscar-winning chief Bong Joon-ho has affirmed a subsequent content to his widely praised 2019 film Parasite has been finished.

The South Korean movie producer and essayist spent the entire of a year ago chipping away at two spin-off ventures to the dark satire thrill ride that won Best Picture at the 92nd Academy Awards.

“It seems like I’m parting my mind down the middle left and right composing these two contents.

“Be that as it may, I completed one final week,” Bong said as of late on The Director’s Cut web recording in a discussion with Knives Out chief Rian Johnson.

Without giving an excess of away, Bong uncovered one of the contents is written in Korean while the other is in English.

“The Korean film is situated in Seoul and has one of a kind components of ghastliness and activity.

“It’s hard to characterize the class of my movies.

“The English task is a dramatization film dependent on a genuine occasion that occurred in 2016.

“Obviously I will not know until I finish the content, yet it must be set half in the UK and half in the US,” he said.

Behind the stage at the 2020 Oscars where Parasite stowed four honors – Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best International Feature Film – Bong said he had begun composing two subsequent motion pictures as right on time as 2019.

Following his Oscars acknowledgment, the 51-year-old chief has united with Adam McKay (Saturday Night Live) to build up a Parasite HBO TV arrangement highlighting a portion of the first content’s disposed of thoughts.

The delivery dates for both Parasite spin-offs presently can’t seem to be reported.

The dark satire thrill ride about a helpless family who plots their approach to be utilized by a well off family left a mark on the world when it turned into the main South Korean film to win the Palme d’Or and the primary non-English language film to win Best Picture at the Oscars.

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