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Sony Pictures brings 'Curse' to N. America

27 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- International stars Chow Yun-Fat and Gong Li soon will be returning to American shores. Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North American and Latin American rights to House of Flying Daggers director Zhang Yimou's martial-arts romantic drama Curse of the Golden Flower. The feature, shooting in China, follows the medieval saga of a dysfunctional royal family led by a king (Chow) and queen (Gong) engaging in power struggles with their three sons and each other. Zhang's Daggers and Hero action choreographer Tony Ching Siu-Tung returns for similar duties in this film, which also reunites the director with Gong (Raise the Red Lantern, Shanghai Triad). This is the director's ninth project with Sony Pictures Classics, which hasn't yet set a release date for the film. »

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Sony Pictures brings 'Curse' to N. America

26 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- International stars Chow Yun-Fat and Gong Li soon will be returning to American shores. Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North American and Latin American rights to House of Flying Daggers director Zhang Yimou's martial-arts romantic drama Curse of the Golden Flower. The feature, shooting in China, follows the medieval saga of a dysfunctional royal family led by a king (Chow) and queen (Gong) engaging in power struggles with their three sons and each other. Zhang's Daggers and Hero action choreographer Tony Ching Siu-Tung returns for similar duties in this film, which also reunites the director with Gong (Raise the Red Lantern, Shanghai Triad). This is the director's ninth project with Sony Pictures Classics, which hasn't yet set a release date for the film. »

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Zhang summons troops for 'Autumn'

1 February 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

BEIJING -- Coming off the quiet "Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles," director Zhang Yimou will use 20,000 Chinese soldiers as extras when he begins shooting Autumn Remembrance in February, producers said. For a Chinese film, the budget also is super-sized at 360 million yuan ($44 million), topping the $30 million spent by director Chen Kaige on Master of the Crimson Armor, China's official submission for the upcoming Academy Awards and the most expensive Chinese film made to date. To be co-produced by Hong Kong hitmaker Bill Kong (House of Flying Daggers, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), Remembrance will star Chow Yun-Fat. Negotiations with Gong Li for another key role are under way. The film marks the first collaboration between Zhang and Gong since Shanghai Triad in 1995. »

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Zhang summons troops for 'Autumn'

27 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

BEIJING -- Coming off the quiet "Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles," director Zhang Yimou will use 20,000 Chinese soldiers as extras when he begins shooting Autumn Remembrance in February, producers said. For a Chinese film, the budget also is super-sized at 360 million yuan ($44 million), topping the $30 million spent by director Chen Kaige on Master of the Crimson Armor, China's official submission for the upcoming Academy Awards and the most expensive Chinese film made to date. To be co-produced by Hong Kong hitmaker Bill Kong (House of Flying Daggers, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), Remembrance will star Chow Yun-Fat. Negotiations with Gong Li for another key role are under way. The film marks the first collaboration between Zhang and Gong since Shanghai Triad in 1995. »

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Zhang summons troops for 'Autumn'

27 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

BEIJING -- Coming off the quiet "Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles," director Zhang Yimou will use 20,000 Chinese soldiers as extras when he begins shooting Autumn Remembrance in February, producers said. For a Chinese film, the budget also is super-sized at 360 million yuan ($44 million), topping the $30 million spent by director Chen Kaige on Master of the Crimson Armor, China's official submission for the upcoming Academy Awards and the most expensive Chinese film made to date. To be co-produced by Hong Kong hitmaker Bill Kong (House of Flying Daggers, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), Remembrance will star Chow Yun-Fat. Negotiations with Gong Li for another key role are under way. The film marks the first collaboration between Zhang and Gong since Shanghai Triad in 1995. »

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