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Song Hye Kyo Makes a Dramatic Return to Cinema in “The Black Nuns”: A Potential Move Against Ex-Husband Song Joong Ki.

In a surprising turn of events, South Korean media is abuzz with the news that Song Hye Kyo will star in a new film titled “The Black Nuns.” This marks her first major cinematic role in nine years, stirring global interest among fans eagerly awaiting her return to the big screen.

“The Black Nuns” is not just a milestone for Song Hye Kyo’s career; it’s also a hot topic due to its connection to the highly successful 2015 film “The Priests.” The original, featuring Kim Yun Seok and Kang Dong Won, was a box office hit, attracting over 5.44 million viewers. This success has set high expectations for “The Black Nuns,” a spin-off focusing on female characters and directed by Kwon Hyuk Jae, known for “The Fixer” and “Count.”

Song Hye Kyo’s last appearance in Korean cinema was in “My Exciting Life,” released in September 2014. Her comeback as a nun after nine years is not only significant due to her previous achievements in television dramas but also has sparked widespread speculation about her motives.

Netizens are buzzing with theories that Song Hye Kyo’s return to film may be influenced by the recent cinematic endeavors of her ex-husband, Song Joong Ki. Some believe that his move into films could have been a driving factor for her to re-enter the movie industry after a lengthy hiatus.

“The Black Nuns” revolves around a group of nuns tasked with exorcising evil spirits. With Song Hye Kyo at the forefront, the film promises to captivate a global audience, blending suspense and drama in what is expected to be a memorable cinematic experience.

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