"OldBoy" Premieres in Theaters Today


Spike Lee's countdown is over: The director's remake of "OldBoy" hits theaters today.

Nov 27, 2013 | 06:58 PM

Spike Lee’s visceral thriller, “OldBoy,” opens in theaters today (November 27), just in time for Thanksgiving crowds to unravel its mystery. Adapted from Chak-wook Park's 2003 Korean original, OldBoy tells the story of an alcoholic ad exec (Josh Brolin) who is kidnapped and imprisoned in a hotel room for 20 years. Those who have seen the original know just how twisted the story gets after he is mysteriously released from his captivity and has to make sense of what happened to him.

Spike counted down to the premiere of “OldBoy” with cryptic stills from the movie, deepening the suspense. Curious? Will you be watching “OldBoy” over the holiday weekend? Let us know!

For more information on "OldBoy" and to purchase tickets, visit Fandago.com.

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