Cha Eun woo the famous south Korean star is on the way to making his debut in Hollywood, With the film,k-pop lost in America. On the 1st of July, Fantagio stated, “Cha Eun Woo is positively reviewing to star in ‘K-Pop: Lost in America,’ but nothing has been confirmed yet.”
Previously, Deadline reported that Hollywood stars Rebel Wilson and Charles Melton had been cast in the upcoming film but no information about other stars.
It is also said that he had even cleared part of his schedule for the second half of 2022 in order to prepare for filming. Cha Eun-woo’s label Fantagio confirmed that the singer-actor received a casting offer and is positively going through it.
The film will be produced by the Korean company CJ ENM Vice Chairman Lee Mi-Kyung. The script for the movie is written by Jeff Kaplan and Ian Springer, with a current draft by Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith and Karen McCullah.
The film is directed by Yoon Je-Kyun, known for directing 1st Street, Haeundae, Quick, and Ode to My Father fame. Apart from being the main lead of the boy band ASTRO, the singer made his debut in the film industry in 2016. The same year was so favorable to him that the billboard charts named his band one of the best boy bands in the world.
According to Korean tabloid Soompi, the film, which was announced last year as being slated for a 2023 release, will tell the story of a K-pop group that finds themselves stranded in Texas just days before their global debut tour kicks off at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
The main storyline goes like this:
A K POP boy band will come into America to attend a music festival, in the end they are left with no phones, no money, and no transportation, the group must overcome a series of “crazy obstacles” in order to make it to New York City in time for their U.S. debut.” In response to Cha Eun Woo’s casting reports, the artist’s label Fantagio stated on July 1, “Cha Eun Woo is positively reviewing [the offer] to star in ‘K-Pop: Lost in America,’ but nothing has been confirmed.”