Korean-American Producer Ching Kang Reveals Development of Hollywood's "Initial D"
According to the latest news from Sina Movies, the Hollywood live-action film adaptation of the well-known Japanese anime "Initial D" is currently in active development.
Ching Kang, the actor known for his role as "Han" in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, recently spoke to the Hong Kong South China Morning Post, where he disclosed his active involvement in the behind-the-scenes aspects of the Hollywood industry. He is taking on roles as a director and content creator because he faced discrimination during his Hollywood acting career. Now, he aims to provide opportunities to those who are dealing with similar issues.
He mentioned that he has two film projects currently in active development. One project focuses on his childhood growing up as a biracial child in Georgia. The other project involves adapting Shuichi Shigeno's classic work "Initial D" into a movie. Ching Kang mentioned that the film will showcase thrilling elements like car racing and drifting, similar to "Rocky" or "Die Hard," making it an exciting, big-budget movie that reflects his passion for cars.
【Original Weibo Link>>】