The film, the sixth in the Chan-starring “Police Story” franchise, is set for a Dec. 24 release in China. It’s directed by Ding Sheng, and co-stars Liu Ye, Steve Yoo and Jing Tian. China Vision Group and Wanda Media are the producers. Wanda is the biggest single operator of Imax screens in China.
Chan’s last Chinese film, “CZ12 (pictured above), was a hit in China, taking in $141 million.
Foster said that Imax has been involved in 11 local-language films in China since it opened its first commercially operated giant screen in Shanghai in 2004. The company now »
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