Train to Busan Sequel Peninsula Sets U.S. Theatrical Release

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Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula Sets U.S. Theatrical Release

Train to Busan Sequel Peninsula Sets U.S. Theatrical Release

Well Go USA has officially set the U.S. release date for director Yeon Sang-Ho’s highly-anticipated Train to Busan sequel Peninsula. Selected as one of the 56 titles for the 2020 Cannes Film Festival, the South Korean zombie thriller is scheduled to arrive in 150 theaters across the U.S. and Canada on Friday, August 7. In addition, Deadline is bringing word that Shudder has successfully acquired the exclusive streaming rights for the sequel which they’re planning to debut in 2021.

“Peninsula is one of the most anticipated horror movie sequels of the last decade and exactly the kind of film Shudder members are hungry for,” Shudder’s general manager Craig Engler said. “Yeon Sang-ho set the bar for zombie movies with Train to Busan and its prequel Seoul Station, and we’re thrilled to be the home of his new masterpiece—and the only place where movie lovers will be able to stream this outstanding trilogy together.”

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Four years after South Korea’s total decimation in Train to Busan the zombie thriller that captivated audiences worldwide, acclaimed director Yeon Sang-ho brings us Peninsula the next nail-biting chapter in his post-apocalyptic world. Jung-seok, a soldier who previously escaped the diseased wasteland, relives the horror when assigned to a covert operation with two simple objectives: retrieve and survive. When his team unexpectedly stumbles upon survivors, their lives will depend on whether the best—or worst—of human nature prevails in the direst of circumstances.

Haven’t seen Train to Busan? Check out this Amazon link to the original.

The sequel will star Gang Dong-Won (My Brilliant Life) as Jung-Seok, Lee Jung-Hyun (The Battleship Island) as Min-Jung, Lee Re (Witch’s Court) as Joon, Kwon Hae-Hyo (The Crowned Clown) as Kim Noh, Kim Min-Jae (Urban Cops), Go Kyo-Hwan, Kim Do-Yoon, and Lee Ye-Won

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In 2016, Train to Busan set the box office ablaze across Asia, smashed box office records in South Korea and became the biggest Korean film of all time, stars Gong Yoo (The Age of Shadows), Jung Yu-mi (Manhole), Ma Dong-seok (Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days, The Eternals ), Choi Woo-sik (Big Match. Okja, Parasite), An So-hee (Hellcats), Kim Eui-sung (Assassination), and Kim Su-an (The Battleship Island, Along With the Gods: Two Worlds).