Squid Game’s Jung Ho-Yeon bags new Hollywood film The Governesses.
“Squid Game” actress Jung Ho Yeon has been confirmed to appear in a new Hollywood film!
Squid Game fame model/actress Jung Ho-Yeon will be making her Hollywood film debut soon! The 27-year-old has joined the cast of director Joe Talbot’s upcoming film ‘The Governess.’
On April 7, her agency Saram Entertainment announced, “Jung Ho Yeon has been cast to play a lead role in ‘The Governesses,’ which will be directed by Joe Talbot.”
The film is based on a novel of the same name released in 2018 by French writer Anne Serre. According to Deadline, it will depict the story of “three rebellious governesses who upend the household-they work in – inspiriting the minds of the boys in their care, igniting the imaginations of the bohemian couple who employ them and abandoning their charges for erotic adventures.”
Jung Ho Yeon, Lily-Rose Depp, and Renate Reinsve will play the three governesses. Lily-Rose Depp is the daughter of Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp and French singer-songwriter Vanessa Paradis, she previously started in “The Dancer,” and “The King.”
Renate Reinsve was also recognized for her acting skill at the Cannes International Film Festival last year when she won the Best Actress award for her role in the movie “The Worst Person in the World.”
Joe Talbot is an award-winning filmmaker who previously directed American Paradise and The Last Black Man in San Francisco.
Last month, it was also confirmed that Jung Ho Yeon will be appearing in the new Apple TV+ series “Disclaimer” by acclaimed director Alfonso Cuarón.
Meanwhile, Jung Ho Yeon was recently confirmed to star in the upcoming Apple TV+ series “Disclaimer” alongside Cate Blanchett, Kevin Kline, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Kodi Smit-McPhee.