ASTRO’s Cha Eun-woo was offered the lead role in a Hollywood film about K-Pop

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ASTRO’s Cha Eun-woo  has reportedly received an offer to star in a K-Pop-themed Hollywood film, K-Pop: Lost In America.
First reported by StarNews  on Friday (1/7), Cha Eun-woo was allegedly going to get the main role for the film.

In order to prepare for the role, ASTRO’s Cha Eun-woo is reported to have vacated his entire schedule for the remainder of the end of 2022.

K-Pop: Lost In America is said to be focusing on the story of a Korean boy band who got lost in Texas, two days before their global debut in New York.

Within two days, they had to find a way out to get to New York through very limited time and capital.

Meanwhile,  Deadline on Thursday (30/6) said actress Rebel Wilson and actor Charles Melton had been in the casting process for this film.

K-Pop: Lost In America was previously announced in August 2021 through news from CJ ENM. The film will be produced by Parasite executive producer Miky Lee with Lynda Obst who previously produced Interstellar.

K-Pop: Lost In America will be the second Hollywood film inspired by K-Pop after Sony Pictures Animation announced production of a musical film titled K-Pop: Demon Hunters in early 2021.

Meanwhile, Cha Eun-woo and his boy band ASTRO just made a comeback through the new album Drive to the Starry Road last May.