Acclaimed director Kim Jee-woon, who helmed notable films such as "The Last Stand," "I Saw The Devil" and "The Good, The Bad, The Weird," will reportedly be directing the period film. South Korean iconic actor Song Kang-ho, who starred alongside Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton in the dystopian film "Snowpiercer," has been tagged as the lead in the Warner Bros' "Secret Agent." He will be joined by another notable Korean star, Gong Yoo ("The Suspect"). Described by Variety as being "one of the most vibrant film industries in the world," South Korea is the sixth largest box office territory in the world, drawing in billions of dollars from cinema-goers. On the other hand, Slash Film wanted to know what kind of effect Warner Bros' influence will have on the "Secret Agent" production.


Will the upcoming Kim Jee-won film still carry that uniqueness that Korean films seem to have mastered even with Hollywood breathing down its neck?
Sloan, the troubled songwriter behind such classic 1960s tunes as Johnny Rivers' "Secret Agent Man" and Barry McGuire's "Eve of Destruction," has died. He also released several of his own albums and published the memoir "What's Exactly The Matter With Me?" last year.His biggest hit was "Eve of Destruction," which he wrote in a single day in 1964 when he was still in his teens and living at home.
The apocalyptic protest anthem came out in 1965, as opposition grew against the Vietnam War, and caused a sensation.


Constitution, embraced the song's cry that "You're old enough to kill, but not for voting."Sloan was traumatized by his sudden fame and would allege that the song led to his being ostracized from the music industry. He battled depression and dropped out from public life for years, his absence inspiring the Jimmy Webb song "P.F.



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