Hwang Dong-Hyuk is amused that his hit Netflix present Squid Game is being criticized by the man who starred in Space Jam: A New Legacy.
See, that is what the media is nice for: creating beef between folks you’d by no means assume would have an issue with one another. In this case, it’s NBA celebrity LeBron James and Squid Game creator Hwang Dong-Hyuk.
Squid Game, after all, is Netflix’s tremendously profitable breakout hit a couple of group of people that volunteer to play kids’s recreation in alternate for a probably large payout. The catch? If they lose at any of them, they die, and just one individual will get to assert the prize.
The first shot on this unusual feud was fired when LeBron was at a press conference and had a sidebar dialog in regards to the South Korean drama. “I didn’t like the ending, though,” he mentioned. “I know it’s supposed to start off season 2, but get on that f***ing flight and see your daughter. What are you doing?”
Delightfully, this remark reached Hwang, who weighed in along with his personal. “Have you seen Space Jam 2?” he requested The Guardian, implying that nobody who seems in that film ought to actually be throwing inventive stones.
LeBron James is cool and may say what he needs. I respect that. I’m very grateful he watched the entire sequence. But I wouldn’t change my ending. That’s my ending. If he has his personal ending that might fulfill him, possibly he may make his personal sequel. I’ll test it out and possibly ship him a message saying, ‘I liked your whole show, except the ending.’
This was finally all a pleasant backwards and forwards, however I nonetheless like framing it as “LeBron James and Hwang Dong-Hyuk are in a feud. Maybe they’ll settle it with a type of exhibition boxing matches.
Hwang Dong-Hyuk is at present mulling concepts for Squid Game season 2. There’s no phrase on one other Space Jam film but.
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