Brian heads for Hollywood
Another day, another Korean entertainer making a Hollywood debut.
Half of ballad duo Fly To the Sky, 28-year-old singer Brian, has announced his foray into the Western market. He’d begun negotiations to make his Hollywood debut last year, and has now confirmed his first project, which coincidentally is also his first movie role. (Lot of eggs in one basket, eh? At least we know his English won’t be a problem.)
In a recent interview, Brian said, “I’ll be starting filming in June in Louisiana for a Hollywood action comedy. We’ll be shooting in both the States and Canada.”
He explained that he couldn’t elaborate on the project because it’s still in development. However, he did share that his role will be different from what people have seen of him thus far: “In Korea, on television shows I’ve had a playful, pretty-boy image, but for my Hollywood debut, I’ll be playing a strong, masculine character.”
Brian is currently rehearsing for the role. In other news, Fly To the Sky recently released “Decennium,” their 10th-anniversary album. It was announced that afterwards, Brian and Hwanhee will focus on their solo careers, but they were quick to assure people, “This doesn’t mean we’re breaking up the group, so I hope people don’t misunderstand.” Although this will be the last official FTTS album, they plan to reunite on single albums, concerts, and other projects.