Hyun Bin and Tang Wei wrap filming on Late Autumn remake
Hyun Bin will no longer be in Seattle, as filming has wrapped on Late Autumn, the remake of a ’60s classic that co-stars Tang Wei.
The film had begun shooting in the Seattle are on January 12 (where Hyun Bin’s girlfriend, Song Hye-gyo, reportedly visited him). The film wrapped with its epilogue March 1, which was shot on Whidbey Island, which is part of Puget Sound and located 30 miles from Seattle. Although Hyun Bin wasn’t featured in the last shoot, he stuck around while his co-star filmed her final scene, and the crew toasted the end of production with some champagne.
The 1960 film, now lost, is considered a masterpiece by director Lee Man-hee, and tells the story of a three-day love affair between a woman who is granted special leave from prison and a man on the run. The film is a co-production with an American company (hence the Stateside shoot) and is directed by Family Ties‘ Kim Tae-yong. The film is being planned for a release in the latter half of 2010.
Via BNT News