Korean Production of ‘Silk’ Spider-Woman… Broadcast worldwide via Amazon

Famous Korean showrunner Angela Kang, who created ‘The Walking Dead’, is in charge of production.

Korean superhero ‘Silk’

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(Los Angeles = Yonhap News) Reporter Jung Yoon-seop = A drama series called ‘Silk’ featuring a Korean Spider-Woman will be produced in the United States.

Korean showrunner (TV program director) Angela Kang is in charge of producing this drama, and it will be broadcast worldwide through Amazon Prime Video.

Amazon Studios announced on the 18th (local time) that it will work with Angela Kang and Sony Pictures Television Studios to produce ‘Silk: Spider Society’, a spin-off from the Spider-Man series, and release it worldwide .

“Silk is some of the most dynamic superhero storytelling around,” said Jennifer Salke, president and CEO.

Silk is expected to deal with the process of Korean-American Cindy Moon, the main character in the drama, being reborn as a superhero and her performance.

In the original comics, Cindy Moon was bitten by the same psychic spider that made Peter Parker Spider-Man and became a hero character named Silk.

Angela Kang (far left) with The Walking Dead cast
Angela Kang (far left) with The Walking Dead cast

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Angela Kang, who took the lead in producing the drama Silk, is a famous producer in Hollywood, and leads production as a show runner in the popular drama series ‘The Walking Dead’ and its spin-offs.

“I am excited to join the Amazon Studios family and very excited to take on the challenge of bringing the Korean-American superhero Silk back to the screen,” he said.

According to entertainment media such as Variety, Silk will first be released in the United States through MGM +, one of Amazon’s streaming platforms, and will meet global home audiences through Prime Video.

The Hollywood Reporter, a film media outlet, analyzed that Amazon has started securing Spider-Man content, starting with Silk, in order to compete with Disney +, which has a large amount of Marvel superhero content.

Disney owns the copyrights for most Marvel heroes, but Sony Entertainment Group owns the commercial rights to Spider-Man, one of the most popular heroes in the Marvel universe.

Sony currently holds the rights to over 900 characters, including Spider-Man and villains in the series, and the content group, which does not have a separate streaming platform, is expected to partner with Amazon to release Spider-Man content. -A place to stream it.

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