This local hit is an exquisitely wrought but moralistic Cinderella story set during China's Qing Dynasty.
Production is underway on "The Crossing," the first film in over four years to be directed by helmer John Woo.
Cyrte Investments and China Film Co. have come on board with John Woo (pictured above) and Terence Chang for their “Flying Tigers” World War II project to be released in two versions — a two-part…
Fred Milstein has come onboard as president of Chinese entrepreneur Bruno Wu's Harvest Seven Stars Entertainment and become CEO of Seven Stars Film Studios.
"Reign of Assassins" is a delightful martial-arts romp that occasionally lacks clarity, finesse.
Simply the second half of an almost five-hour movie rather than a self-contained pic in its own right, John Woo's costume actioner "Red Cliff II" delivers in spades for auds left hungry for more by…
One of the most ballyhooed Asian productions in recent history, and the most expensive Chinese-lingo picture ever, John Woo's costume actioner "Red Cliff" scales the heights.
John Woo will direct comicbook adaptation "Caliber," to be unveiled at next week's Comic-Con in San Diego.
John Woo's "Red Cliff," the most expensive Asian film ever, enjoyed a boffo start to its theatrical run across East Asia, where part one of the two-part epic bowed in five territories.
The arduous task of bringing Asia's biggest-ever pic, "Red Cliff," to the bigscreen has been a battle worthy of the violent and chaotic time in which the movie is set.
A stuntman was killed and six people were injured Monday during second-unit filming on helmer John Woo's "The Battle of Red Cliff."
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