Fox stopped investing in Korean film production. 20th Century Fox, one of Hollywood’s big names, decided to stop investing in the country after six years. Without giving any specific or clear notice, Fox pushed the Korean media into the new debate. One part of the story is that Walt Disney is about to takeover 21st Century Fox, the parent company of 20th Century Fox. As a result, the two divisions of Disney and Fox will also merge in the near future.
However, the Hollywood deal has not actually been approved by the US government, and will only be finalized by the earliest in 2019. Hence, some Korean newspapers, such as Yonhap, claim that Fox’s decision purely from the dishonest business. Click losmovies watch movies free now.
In the past six years, Fox has poured money into six different Korean film projects. Only thriller – sensational The Wailing (2016) is profitable. The work of director Na Hong-jin has received much praise from critics worldwide, and then attracted more than 6.87 million domestic visitors. However, the remaining five Korean films that Fox invested did not make a big hit. They started off with the comedy “Running Man (2012)” starring Shin Ha-gyun. But the movie only sold 1.42 million tickets.
Then, the movie Slow Video (2014) with Cha Tae-hyun attracted 1.17 million visitors. Intimate Enemies (2015) with duo Go Joon-hee – Ryoo Seung-bum worse than selling 130,000 tickets. After the success of The Wailing, Fox’s next film in Korea is Warrirors of the Dawn (2017). Songs of history failed to attract audiences and sold over 830,000 tickets. Watch megashare9 online free now.