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Hong Kong — Asian pay-tv channels operator Celestial Tiger Entertainment has inked a pair of output deals with Hong Kong film studios Mega Vision Project Workshop and Universe Entertainment.
Cte, which is backed by Lionsgate and Saban Capital Group from the Us and Malaysia’s Astro, intends the films for its Celestial Movies channel in Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. The deals span first-run pay-tv, pay-per-view and VoD rights.
The company also has agreements with Media Asia Distribution, Emperor Motion Picture and Distribution Workshop (Hk) and says that the five output deals will give Celestial Movies rights to the majority of theatrically released Hong Kong movies.
Mvp’s recent and current upcoming titles include actioner “Young and Dangerous: Reloaded” (pictured), comedy “Princess and Seven Kung Fu Masters,” Chow Yun-fat-starring casino-themed drama “From Vegas to Macau,” and “Black Comedy.”
- Patrick Frater
Despite its English language title, “Conspirators” is actually the third film in Oxide Pang’s “The Detective” franchise, following up on the 2007 original and 2011 sequel. Somewhat of an unlikely series, given that none of its entries have proved massive commercial or critical hits, this latest entry has also been touted as the last, bringing to an end the saga of quirky private detective Tam, played by superstar Aaron Kwok and joined this time by actor Nick Cheung (“The Beast Stalker”). With Pang taking his usual stylised approach, the film treks its way around Southeast Asia, the plot unfolding in Thailand, Malaysia and Guangzhou as Tam tries to get to the bottom of things. The film kicks off where part 2 left off, with Tam heading to Malaysia to try and solve the mystery of his parents’ murder some thirty years back, an unsolved case which inspired him to become a detective. »
- James Mudge
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