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  1. John Woo's 'Flying Tigers' to Be Released in Two Versions

    5:04 pm 4/22/2013

    The Hong Kong director's project about the Chinese Air Force's U.S. pilots during World War II will open in China as a two-part film and elsewhere as a six-hour TV miniseries.Read more

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  2. USC Launches Sino-U.S. Industry Summit in Beijing

    8:14 pm 4/17/2013

    A collaboration with the Beijing Film Academy, the "training-networking event" will be unveiled during the Chinese capital's upcoming film market.Read more

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  3. Cannes 2012: Seven Stars to Finance Remake of John Woo's 'The Killer'

    7:11 am 5/18/2012

    John H. Lee to direct the film, which will be set in Los Angeles. Read more

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  4. Cannes 2012: John Woo Set to Remake Classic Japanese Mafia Pic 'Youth of the Beast'

    4:17 am 5/16/2012

    The update will be titled "Day of the Beast."Read more

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  5. FilmMart 2012: Korea’s JoyNContents Picks Up Fortissimo’s Asian Film Award Nominee ‘Warriors of the Rainbow’

    4:07 am 3/18/2012

    Michael J. Werner’s Hong Kong-based shingle also inks deal with India’s DAR media group for two 3D chillers.Read more

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  6. Viacom CEO Hints at Plans for Fifth 'Mission: Impossible' Film

    10:57 am 3/8/2012

    Asked about the possibility at the shareholder meeting of the Paramount Pictures parent, Philippe Dauman seemed inclined.Read more

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  7. John Woo Launches Animated Web Series 'Seven Brothers' with Liquid Comics (Video)

    3:14 am 12/20/2011

    Series is adapted from graphic novel created by Woo with writer Garth Ennnis and Indian artist Jeevan J. Kang.Read more

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  8. Optimum Takes all U.K. Rights to Venice Competition Title 'Warriors of The Rainbow'

    8:21 am 8/3/2011

    The $25 million Taiwanese epic is exec-produced by John Woo, Terence Chang and and Jimmy Huang.Read more

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  9. Beginning of the Great Revival: Film Review

    12:28 pm 6/23/2011

    Smaller in historical scope than its predecessor, hence less grandstanding and more intimate in tone, the Chinese propaganda movie co-directed by Han Sanping and Huang Jianxin is laced with a soupcon of romanticism in its portrait of Mao Zedong as a young political theorist.Read more

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  10. Jackie Chan, Zhang Ziyi Kick Off Inaugural Beijing Film Festival

    11:07 am 4/23/2011

    Director John Woo is also on hand Saturday to help launch the six-day event.Read more

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