Parasyte: The Grey live-action series reveals trailer, Cast and Release Date

Parasyte: The Grey

Netflix just dropped the trailer for a new South Korean horror show called “Parasyte: The Grey.” It’s directed by Yeon Sang-ho, who’s known for other spooky hits like “Hellbound” and “Train to Busan.” The trailer gives us a peek into a creepy world where parasites take over people’s minds and turn them into half-human, half-parasite creatures. It’s up to humanity to fight back and stay alive against this bizarre threat.

The live-action series “Parasyte: The Grey” is based on a famous Japanese manga created by Hitoshi Iwaaki. The manga, which ran from 1990 to 1995, was serialized in Kodansha’s Afternoon Magazine.

Parasyte: The Grey live-action series reveals trailer

The promotional video for Netflix’s live-action series Parasyte: The Grey with English subtitles was released on Wednesday, March 20, 2024. On April 5, 2024, the film is scheduled for a global premiere exclusively on Netflix.

The most recent trailer for the show features new sequences from the program and emphasizes the main character. In “Parasyte: The Grey,” Jung Soo-in, the main character, will be portrayed by Jeon So-nee. Joining her in the cast are Koo Kyo-hwan as Seol Kang-woo, Lee Jung-hyun as Choi Jun-kyung, along with Kwon Hae-hyo and Kim In-kwon.

The video showcases the captivating conflict between the parasitic creatures and the task force “Grey” dedicated to hunting them down. Furthermore, the trailer introduces Seol Kang-woo (portrayed by Koo Kyo-hwan), who crosses paths with Jeong Su-in while on a quest to find his missing sister.

After watching the trailer, manga creator Hitoshi Iwaaki commented, “I felt that they respect the original work. Nevertheless, I could see original ideas and innovations throughout, and as the original author, I enjoyed watching it as a complete ‘audience.’ The development of each episode is significant, the tempo is good, and it’s very interesting.”

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