The Parasyte manga by Hitoshi Iwaaki will be adapted to live-action films and a new Netflix live-action series. The title of the live-action series will be Kiseiju: The Grey. It is an adaptation of a popular Japanese manga and will be aired around the world. The manga was originally serialized in Monthly Afterno magazine and won the general category of the 17th Kodansha Manga Awards in 1993.
The cast and crew of the new production will be made up of mostly Korean actors and actresses. The lead role will be played by Jeon So-nee, who will play Jeong Su-in, a former human who was attacked by a parasite, but failed to take over her mind. The lead male role will be played by Koo, who plays Seol Kang-woo, who is chasing the parasites to find his missing sister. The film will also feature Lee Jung-hyun, who will play the leader of the task force that battles the parasites. The series is already in development.
Netflix is bringing a popular sci-fi horror manga to the big screen, with a Korean live-action series. The series, directed by Yeon Sang-ho, will be streamed around the world. It will star Jeon So-nee, Lee Jung-hyun, and Koo Kyo-hwan.
Netflix has announced the production of a new live-action Korean series based on Hitoshi Iwaaki’s manga. The horror-comedy has sold over 25 million copies in over 20 countries. The show will follow a group of human warriors as they fight the creepy, unidentified creatures that are wreaking havoc on humanity.
Netflix also announced the casting of the three main characters in the movie adaptation. The movie will star Koo Kyo-hwan, Lee Jung-hyun, and Jeon So-nee. According to the official website, the movie will premiere on August 23, 2022. The manga’s co-existence between humans and monsters is quite surreal and the new movie will add a twist to the concept.
Anime adaptations of manga have a long history in Japan. The popular manga series was originally published in 12 volumes by Tokyopop. Later, the Japanese studio adapted it into a 24 episode anime series. It aired from October 2014 to March 2015. In March 2015, Sentai Filmworks licensed the series for English-speaking audiences.