Bong Joon-ho says the impending Parasite series “will be something of great genius,” or if nothing else, he trusts. Composed and coordinated by Bong Joon-ho, Parasite follows a helpless family who invades a rich one by cheating their way into their business. The film debuted at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, where it left a mark on the world as the main Korean film to win the Palme d’Or. Parasite proceeded to leave a mark on the world again at the 92nd Academy Awards as the main unknown dialect film to win Best Picture.
Two years after his film won the celebration’s top prize, the South Korean auteur got back to Cannes, where he handled a few inquiries on HBO’s forthcoming Parasite series. Per IndieWire, Bong says it’s anything but a “black parody,” affirming he is offering contribution to the undertaking as a maker and is “working in close collaboration with screenwriter McKay.” Bong sounded unimaginably hopeful about the series he and McKay are creating. Understand what Bong said below:
[The TV series] will be something of great genius, I trust. I worked with Adam McKay and he’s sorting out the situation. We will do it in the United States.
Early tales showed Mark Ruffalo was being looked at for a lead job, however there has been no official word yet on that front. With two major names in Hollywood going about as makers, the Parasite series is probably going to draw in some A-rundown entertainers also. Bong and McKay appear as though a match made in paradise, given the last’s recently discovered propendency for social critique. As class partitions just appear to have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, there is maybe no better an ideal opportunity for the two to work together on a Parasite spinoff.