F9 Star is drafted into an organised crime thriller in the Snakehead trailer.
Sung Kang, who starred in the Fast & Furious trilogy, will star in the upcoming organised crime thriller Snakehead.
According to the trailer, Snakehead is “inspired by genuine occurrences.” This movie was written and directed by Evan Jackson Long.
It follows Sister Tse, who arrives in New York via a human smuggler known as a Snakehead and becomes involved with a notorious criminal family in Chinatown.
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Shuya Chang, Jade Wu, Yacine Djoumbaye, Catherine Jiang, and Richie Eng co-star alongside Kang.
Snakehead will be released in theatres and on digital platforms on October 26.
Watch Snakehead (2021) Movie Official Trailer
Snakehead (2021) Movie Official Synopsis
Sister Tse comes to New York through a Snakehead, a human smuggler. She gains favor with the matriarch of the family of crime and she rises the ranks quickly. Soon Tse must reconcile her success with her real reason for coming to America.
Kang recently reprised his role as Han in Fast & Furious 9, the ninth chapter in the Fast and Furious franchise, after the character appeared to “die” at the hands of Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) in 2013’s Fast & Furious 6.
Han was initially shown as a mentor to Sean Boswell during his exploits in Tokyo in 2006’s The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
While his character appeared to die in the film, he was resurrected in the following three sequels: Fast & Furious 9, Fast & Furious 5, and Fast & Furious 6. Later, fans launched the #JusticeForHan social media movement, advocating for Han’s return, with Vin Deisel even referring to Han as a “integral figure” in the Fast franchise.
Kang will apparently appear in the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series on Disney+ as the Fifth Brother, a recurring villain from Star Wars Rebels, in addition to his future part in Snakehead.
While the character’s sexual deliciousness has yet to be established, Kang has guaranteed that the character will be “sexual delectable.”
The premiere date for the series has yet to be determined.
Snakehead is scheduled to hit theatres on October 29.