Monday, May 01, 2006

Children of Guangxi


Hollywood star Brandon Fraser announces he will do a movie called Children of Guangxi in China, with director Roger Spottiswoode.

He made the announcement at a promotion event Saturday in Shanghai.

Set in Shanghai in 1937, the film is about a journalist who ignores the Japanese invasion but later has a change of heart after witnessing the Nanjing Massacre. Afterwards, he travels south to Guangxi Province, leading war orphans to safety.

The film may also cast Chow Yun-Fat and Michelle Yeoh. The script is written by Paul Haggis (Million Dollar Baby).

Brandon Fraser also mentioned a script for the third Mummy exists but that he was not allowed to announce it officially. He said he was expecting part for the movie, which will be shot in China.

1 Comments:

Blogger ChinaLawBlog said...

I would love to see a movie like this come out in the United States. It might actually silence once and for all those Americans who insist that the Chinese are the Japanese and the Japanese are the Koreans and we need not even bother distinguishing between them.

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Monday, May 01, 2006 9:30:00 PM  

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