'Space Sweepers' Unveils Main Poster Starring Song Joong Ki And Kim Tae Ri
Netflix's Space Sweepers, which was originally scheduled to hit theaters in the summer of 2020, but postponed multiple times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has now revealed its main poster!
The highly-anticipated film is Korea's first space science-fiction blockbuster, set to premiere in more than 190 countries.
Bringing Back The Hype With The Main Poster's Release
A dignified appearance of the spaceship's crew is revealed in the poster released. They seem to be bold and energetic.
As Space Sweepers launches a Korean character into space with one of the world's top creativity and film technology, the movie becomes the first Korean film to challenge the genre of space science fiction.
Furthermore, Tae Ho, Captain Jang, Tiger Park, and Up Dong are crew members of the Victory spaceship. They are characters who leave a demolished Earth and barely continue their days by cleaning up space debris.
However, the humanoid robot "Dorothy," a known WMD, rolls into the characters in time as they worry about money daily.
The crew members of Victory set foot in a risky deal to exchange it for large amounts of money while the whole universe is eager to find Dorothy. Unlike Hollywood's stereotypical superheroes who have traveled through space, this crew is somewhat familiar and relatable.
This is through the creativity and impressive imagination of Director Cho Sung Hee, who have added such relatable and sympathize-able details in their appearances.
Space Sweepers' Recap
Space Sweepers tells the crew of a cleaning spaceship, Victory, that cleans trash from space in 2092. after finding Dorothy, a humanoid robot known to be a mass destruction weapon, watch the characters jump into a risky journey.
With the reveal of the posters of the movie characters, expectations are being raised.
Space Sweepers (also known as Victory) illustrate Korean space cleaners' energy traveling through space. It will be greeting viewers from more than 190 countries around the world through Netflix on February 5.
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