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2011 | 2010

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New Trailer for Wen Jiang’s Let The Bullets Fly

23 September 2010 12:47 PM, PDT | Affenheimtheater | See recent Affenheimtheater news »

Second trailer for Wen Jiangs action comedy Let The Bullets Fly starring Chow Yun-Fet, Carina Lau and the director himself. The film was supposed to open in October, but according to the new trailer the new release date is December 16, 2010.

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Synopsis

Set in China during the warring 1920s, notorious bandit chief Zhang descends upon a remote provincial town posing as its new mayor, an identity that he had hijacked from Old Tang, himself a small-time imposter. Hell-bent on making a fast buck, Zhang soon meets his match in the tyrannical local gentry Huang as a deadly battle of wit and brutality ensues.

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- Ulrik

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New Trailer for Wen Jiang’s Let The Bullets Fly

23 September 2010 12:47 PM, PDT | Affenheimtheater | See recent Affenheimtheater news »

Second trailer for Wen Jiangs action comedy Let The Bullets Fly starring Chow Yun-Fet, Carina Lau and the director himself. The film was supposed to open in October, but according to the new trailer the new release date is December 16, 2010.

[See post to watch Flash video]

Synopsis

Set in China during the warring 1920s, notorious bandit chief Zhang descends upon a remote provincial town posing as its new mayor, an identity that he had hijacked from Old Tang, himself a small-time imposter. Hell-bent on making a fast buck, Zhang soon meets his match in the tyrannical local gentry Huang as a deadly battle of wit and brutality ensues.

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- Ulrik

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Chow Yun Fat Stars In Rock And Roll Western Let The Bullets Fly

7 July 2010 9:31 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

When last we had word from Jiang Wen's Let The Bullets Fly the word was bad - the film had been delayed enough that it was going to miss the fall festival season - but now it's back with something better: The first proper trailer.

Chow Yun Fat stars in this one and while the rock and roll soundtrack is a bit jarring when placed against the richly detailed period visuals, those visuals are still pretty damn fantastic. It's good to see Chow involved in some good, old fashioned gunplay again.

Check out the synopsis and the trailer below:

Set in China during the warring 1920s, notorious bandit chief Zhang descends upon a remote provincial town posing as its new mayor, an identity that he had hijacked from Old Tang, himself a small-time imposter. Hell-bent on making a fast buck, Zhang soon meets his match in the tyrannical local gentry »

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The One Eyed Man Is Not Happy. Ge You / Chow Yun Fat Actioner Let The Bullets Fly Pushed Back.

9 June 2010 3:19 PM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Well, this'll be a blow both to the producers of big budget period action piece Let The Bullets Fly and to those hoping to catch Chow Yun Fat's return to his best genre on the big screen. The big budget - eighteen million dollars - flick from director Jiang Wen was originally targeting an early fall completion, one that would be timed for it to premiere in Venice and Toronto to push the film out into an international audience. Aint gonna happen. The film's producers are now saying the film will be complete for an end of year release at best, which means missing the two big international fests and then being out on domestic DVD before Sundance rolls around, which probably scuttles its chances there, too.

Who's unhappy about that? Well, the people who paid for it, probably, and those of us who were hoping to see this »

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Cannes Trailer for Wen Jiang’s Let The Bullets Fly

19 May 2010 9:57 PM, PDT | Affenheimtheater | See recent Affenheimtheater news »

Apparently this first trailer for Wen Jiang’ s Let The Bullets Fly has been captured at some kind of promotion event during the Cannes Film Festival. The film stars Chow Yun-Fet, Carina Lau and the director himself, and will open in Chinese theaters on October 1st.

[See post to watch Flash video]

Synopsis

Set in China during the warring 1920s, notorious bandit chief Zhang descends upon a remote provincial town posing as its new mayor, an identity that he had hijacked from Old Tang, himself a small-time imposter. Hell-bent on making a fast buck, Zhang soon meets his match in the tyrannical local gentry Huang as a deadly battle of wit and brutality ensues.

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- Ulrik

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Two Posters for Chow Yun Fat’s Let the Bullets Fly

18 May 2010 10:19 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

From Wen Jiang, the director of “The Sun Also Rises”, comes the period action/comedy “Let the Bullets Fly”. All you need to know is that it stars Jiang and Chow Yun Fat as badass men doing badass stuff in 1949 China, and those stuff apparently involves guns and swords and people bleeding. Or at least, that’s according to these two posters (via 24Fps). The plot for the film is typically cryptic, but it goes something like this: Bandit chief Jiang Wen, imposing as a mayor, meets tyrannical gentry Chow Yun-fat in a deadly battle of wit and brutality. The film co-stars Carina Lau, You Ge, and Jun Hu, and is currently being shopped around Cannes. Look for it in Chinese theaters later this year, and for you non-Chinese types, you’re probably looking at a 2011 DVD import release. The first poster is admittedly a little bland and generic, but »

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