Sung Kang, Fast and Furious, Joins Apple's Lisey Story
According Variety, Fast & Furious, Sung Kang, joined Apple's drama, Lisey's Story. The actor joins a cast that includes Julianne Moore (Still Alice), Clive Owen (Children of Men) and Dane DeHaan (The Amazing Spider-Man 2).
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Written and executive produced by King, the eight-episode miniseries will follow Lisey two years after her husband's death as she begins to face startling realities about her repressed and forgotten husband. The series is a Warner Bros. production. Television
Lisey's story was inspired by King's own experience when he was involved in a serious accident in June 1999. The idea of the novel came from a sudden realization that he had when he returned from the hospital and saw that all his belongings were in boxes. . Because of this, he had a vision of what his studio would look like after his death.
Fast and Furious fans will remember Kang for his role as Han, the ill-fated street racer who met his death at the hands of Jason Statham's Deckard Shaw. The actor also appeared on the television series Hawaii Five-O, Magnum P.I. and Whiskey Cavlier.
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Star Wars Director: The Rise of Skywalker J.J. Abrams will also produce executive through his Bad Robot productions, marking the third series he has assembled under the Apple flag. Others include Sara Bareilles' Little Voice and My Glory Was I Had Such Friends starring Jennifer Gardner. Moore and Ben Stephenson are also defined as executive producers.
Lisey's story will also be the third collaboration between King and Abrams, who worked together on 22.11.63 and on the Hulu Castle Rock series, which will be returned for its second season on October 23.