'GoT's Emilia Clarke To Star In U.S. Remake Of 'The Beauty Inside,' Fox 2000 Wins Bidding War For $2M

Van Bermudez

The blockbuster Korean romantic comedy movie The Beauty Inside finally gets its U.S. remake as Fox 2000 closed a whopping $2 million deal for the film's rights. The reboot will star Game Of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke.

According to Deadline, Fox 2000 ended up victorious in a fierce bidding war against five movie giants - Universal, Sony, STX, Lionsgate, and New Line. The studio also tapped The Fault In Our Stars writers Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber.

Adding hype to the upcoming reboot of The BeautyInside is the casting of Emilia Clarke who also wowed fans with her performance in Me Before You. Emilia will play the role of a woman who falls in love with a man who wakes up every day in a different body.

He then fell in love with a woman named Yi Soo. The two tried their best to make things for work for them. Despite the odd and difficult circumstances, Kim Woo Jin finds his way back to Yi Soo.

"I'll find you before you find me"

Considering Emilia's outstanding performance as an actress both on TV and in movies, portraying her role in The Beauty Inside is definitely something to look forward to.

This is not the first a Korean film gets a U.S. remake. In 2008, the hit Korean romantic comedy flick My Sassy Girl was adapted in the U.S. starring Elisha Cuthbert and Jesse Bradford. The following year, 2009, the K-Horror film A Tale of Two Sisters landed an American remake called The Uninvited. And in 2013, the hit mystery thriller film Oldboy was reimagined featuring Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen, and Sharlto Copley.

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