"xXx: The Return of Xander Cage" director D.J. Caruso took to Twitter on Feb. 6, Saturday, to announce the two actors recently added in the cast. They are Canadian-Chinese actor and former K-pop male group EXO member Kris Wu and model-turned-actress Hermione Corfield.

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Wu is now the fourth Asian actor to be added to the cast of "xXx: The Return of Xander Cage." He will join Chinese actor and martial artist Jet Li, Indian actress Deepika Padukone and Thai actor and martial artist Tony Jaa. 

Aside from English, Wu can also speak Korean, Mandarin and Cantonese. He was born in China but he immigrated to Canada when he was 11.

In 2012, Wu joined the EXO and became the leader of its sub-group EXO-M. He left the group in 2014 and went on to pursue a career as a solo artist.

In 2015, Wu had his acting debut in the romantic drama "Somewhere Only We Know." It was followed by the action drama "Mr. Six" starring Feng Xiaogang, who is nominated for Best Actor at the Asian Film Awards set to be held at the Venetian Theater in Macau on March 17, Hollywood Reporter reported.

Currently, Wu is filming "L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties." Directed by Guo Jinming, the upcoming fantasy film also stars Hugh Jackman's "X-Men: Days of the Future Past" co-star Fan Bingbing.

On the other hand, Corfield has worked as a model for several British brands. She had her acting debut in Bill Condon's "Mr. Holmes" before appearing in the Tom Cruise starrer "Mission Impossible- Rogue Nation."

Corfield is currently filming "Bees Make Honey." The upcoming drama film written and directed by Jack Eve also stars Alice Eve and Josephine de la Baume.

Aside from Wu, Corfield, Li, Padukone and Jaa, "xXx: The Return of Xander Cage" also stars Nina Dobrev, Samuel L. Jackson, Ice Cube, Ruby Rose, Toni Collette, Conor McGregor, Al Sapienza and Andrey Ivchenko. The sequel of the 2000 film "xX" and Vin Diesel is reprising his role as Xander Cage.

"xXx: The Return of Xander Cage" will mark McGregor's debut as an actor. Recently, the UFC superstar was named Fighter of the Year at the World MMA Awards, in which he gave an a criticism-filled acceptance speech.

"There's another man that must be slayed, another champion that must be dethroned," Independent quoted McGregor as saying. "There's more numbers that need to be broken. I need to feed all you, Bums."

Watch a post-fight interview with McGregor here: