First Images from Lee Myung-se’s Upcoming Actioner Mister K

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If my wife found out that I was a secret agent, she would probably kick me in the balls. I wish I was kidding. Director Lee Myung-Se’s “Mister K” sounds a lot like James Cameron’s “True Lies”, though I suppose there’s nothing inherently wrong with that. The film sports one hell of a cast — namely, Seol Kyeong-gu, Moon So-ri, Daniel Henney, and Ko Chang-seok — so at least the performances should be spot-on. In theory, anyway. And if the filmmakers decide to script a strip tease for Moon So-ri, I don’t think anyone is going to complain about it. “Mister K” will open in South Korea at some point this year. The first two images from the aforementioned flick can be found below. More on this as it becomes available

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James Murdoch Steps Down as Head of News Corp.’s News International Unit

New York – News Corp. said Wednesday that following his recent relocation to the company’s headquarters in New York, James Murdoch, deputy COO, has relinquished his position as executive chairman of News International, the conglomerate’s U.K. publishing unit that has been the focus of the phone hacking scandal. Tom Mockridge, CEO of News International, will continue in his post and run the business, reporting to News Corp. president, COO and deputy chairman Chase Carey. “We are all grateful for James’ leadership at News International and across Europe and Asia, where he has made lasting contributions to the group’s strategy.