‘Train To Busan’ Remake Called ‘Train to New York’

by | Nov 18, 2021

The Train to Busan English-language remake from V/H/S 2 director Timo Tjahjanto is apparently getting a new name that will bring it inline with it’s English language roots. The new film will be travelling the states with Train to New York.

The original film, written by Park Joo-suk and directed by Yeon Sang-ho, followed a farther and daughter trapped on a train during a zombie apocalypse. Being a South Korean film, the action took place on a bullet train heading from Seoul to Busan. The updated version needed a new train destination and it seems that New York will be where the journey ends. 

The new name was dropped in an interview with Deadline for Tjahjanto’s new project, an Under Siege remake. 

“Tjahjanto is currently attached to direct the New Line remake of Korean hit Train to Busan, which we hear coudl be titled  Last Train to New York.

Whilst there’s no confirmation of this, it certainly would make sense. Either way, if you’ve yet to see the original 2016 film, make sure you do as it’s one of the best modern zombie films around. 


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