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‘Train to Busan’ Re-Release Trailer: Zombie Apocalypse Movie Returns to Theaters This Week

Yeong Sang-ho's thriller has broken box-office records in Korea.

Train to Busan

“Train to Busan”

Train to Busan” has had quite the year. After premiering in the Midnight Screenings section of the Cannes Film Festival in May, Yeon Sang-ho’s zombie thriller became the first Korean film of 2016 to draw more than 10 million moviegoers; some reports have its worldwide box-office take in the range of $100 million. To keep that gravy train rolling, Well Go USA is re-releasing the film in select theaters this week. Watch the new trailer below.

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Lasting just 30 seconds and giving the impression of a Korean “World War Z,” the new spot comes blanketed in praise from critics. Less than a month after “Train to Busan” first opened, the animated prequel “Seoul Station” was released as well; talk of a sequel has already begun.

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“Train to Busan” will re-open in San Jose, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Jacksonville, San Antonio and Washington, D.C. this Friday, November 4; a full list of theaters may be found here.

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