‘Squid Game’ Director Met With ‘Shang-Chi’s Tony Leung

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Many have been wondering what exactly they could expect from the upcoming second season of Squid Game. The first season of the Korean drama made waves on Netflix and has become an international hit. So, expectations are high for what they might accomplish by further developing the concept and exploring what other dangerous games might be in store.

While there has been no real cast confirmation, creator and director Hwang Dong-hyuk has already pointed out that he hopes to have the next season’s release in 2024. Not only that, but he hopes to have Leonardo DiCaprio potentially join in the future. Yet, it seems that isn’t the only superstar that could have a potential appearance on the Netflix series.

Chinese-Canadian actress Carina Lau has shared a curious post on her Instagram account that includes director Dong-hyuk meeting up with Tony Leung. The Hong Kong superstar has made quite a substantial career and recently even joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. So, a meeting with the director may open up the possibility that he might have a role in the second season.

It’s mostly the “Ready for Squid Game” with the tag that will catch the eyes of many wondering if the actor might appear in the sequel. Of course, anything is possible and the Korean project may start branching out as we explore the concept of these games across the world. Squid Game‘s name and concept explore traditional children’s games from South Korea, which is a simple concept that can be adapted worldwide. so, we’ll have to see if he gets cast once they start getting production ready for the sequel season.

Source: Instagram

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