Do you remember actor Park Hae II as Park Nam il in the 2006 hit movie “The Host? How about his appearance in the 2010 thriller “The Moss”? Well, CJ Entertainment America is bringing the thirty-something- year-old actor back with one of the most popular Korean movies to hit the western world! Historical gem “War Of The Arrows” shoots its way into theaters all across North America on October 7 following the movie’s premiere in Los Angeles California on September 30.
What is this particular production all about? The next smash hit since Won Bin’s 2010 “Man From Nowhere” sensation marks the peak of its tagline “A Hero Is Born The Legend Begins”. Character Nam Yi (played by Park Hae II) uses an unusually effective arrow in war. The “velocity, force and range is superior” in Nam Yi’s special arrow that is one-third a regular arrow. His ambush ready arrow is ideal because it confuses the enemy who wants to pinpoint the shooter’s location. Jyu Shin Ta’s arrow, on the other hand, is twenty- four times heavy than a regular one. It has the ability to destroy intended targets with one shot.
The plot, scenes and images in this film will keep you on the edge of seat. Which arrow is more effective in battle and who will be left standing in the end? Nam Yi will do everything in his power to protect his sister, but will it be enough?
“War Of The Arrows” held 7 million viewers’ attention for six straight weeks and now the “Park Hae II Effect” is crossing the ocean to win over women’s hearts in America as well.
On October 7 “War Of The Arrows” will open at:
The AMC Cupertino Square 16 in San Jose, California
AMC Loews Ridgefield Park 12 in New York City, New York
AMC Showplace Niles 12 in Chicago, Illinois
AMC Hoffman Center in Washington DC
AMC Kent Station in Seattle, Washington
AMC Colonial 18 in Atlanta, Georgia
AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
AMC Grapeville Mills 30 in Dallas, Texas
AMC Studio 30 in Houston, Texas
Regal La Habra in La Habra Fullerton, California
AMC Empire in Manhattan, New York
AMC Yonge and Dundas in Toronto, Ontario (Canada)
Cineplex Silvercity Coquitlam in Vancouver (Canada)
The movie opens on October 14 at the following locations:
AMC Fresh Meadows in Fresh Meadows, New York
AMC 309 in North Wales, Pennsylvania
Credit: Jessie at CJ Entertainment America