Police Story 2013 News

China Box Office: "Robocop" Opens to Strong $21M, Worldwide Gross Up To $187M

1:36 PM 3/5/2014 by Senh Duong
ED-209 "Robocop"
Robocop might have disappointed at the domestic box office, but it’s making up for the difference overseas. With $52M after six weeks in the U.S., the remake looks like it’ll max out at $60M at the end of its run. That’s only slightly better than the original’s $53M, but with nearly ten times the cost.

China Box Office: "Boonie Bears" Unseats "Despicable Me"; "Jack Ryan" Solid; "Police Story 2013" @ $86M, "Personal Tailor" $116M

9:55 AM 1/29/2014 by Senh Duong
Boonie Bears
For the last three weeks, the box office in China has been dominated by animated features. For the previous week, locally produced Boonie Bears unseated Universal’s Despicable Me 2 with $13.3M. The latter took in $12M. Boonie Bears’s total now stands at $30M. That’s a record for a Chinese animation, beating the $26M total of 2012’s Mission Incredible:

China Box Office: "Journey to the West," "So Young," and "Young Detective Dee" Top Chinese Films of 2013

2:15 PM 1/4/2014 by Senh Duong
Journey to West: Conquering the Demons
In the second largest film market of the world, Stephen Chow’s Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons is the top film of 2013, grossing a monstrous $206M. It’s the second highest-grossing Chinese film of all time, just a few million behind 2012’s Lost in Thailand. What makes this even more remarkable is that Stephen Chow doesn’t appear in the film; he only directed.

China Box Office: Jackie Chan's "Police Story 2013" Captures Nearly $50M in First Week

5:43 PM 12/30/2013 by Senh Duong
Police Story 2013
When director Sheng Ding last worked with Jackie Chan, he dared to take martial arts out of the Chan equation. The result was Little Big Soldier, a road comedy where the Kung Fu icon plays a soldier who lacks the skill set he is known for worldwide. To the surprise of many, it became a hit at the box office in China, grossing $16M in its first eight days of release in 2010.

Gritty "Police Story 2013" Trailer Shows Jackie Chan Back in Action

12:59 PM 10/29/2013 by Senh Duong
Jackie Chan in "Police Story 2013"
Remember last year in Cannes when Jackie Chan proclaims that “CZ12” (aka “Chinese Zodiac”) will be his last go-for-broke action movie? Well, he lied. Of course, I knew it was a lie because before his announcement, he had already signed on to “Police Story 2013,” a second reboot of his most successful and longest running action franchise.


Jackie Chan Is Back With Stellar Trailer For POLICE STORY 2013!

feedproxy.google.com – Well, hello Jackie. It's nice to see you. And your fists. And your feet. And your face getting punched. And your car flying through the air. Yes. Yes, indeed.If you're looking for a bit of old school action done right then you can do an awful lot worse than the just released trailer for Jackie Chan star vehicle Police Story 2013. 6 years 51 weeks ago via donnieyen

Jackie Chan Gets Gritty In Poster For POLICE STORY 2013

feedproxy.google.com – From the looks of the poster art to Jackie Chan's upcoming film Police Story 2013, it appears this will be more of a dramatic and gritty kind of animal compare to the comedic, stunt-heavy action thrill ride from the classic Police Story series. Directed by Sheng Ding (Little Big Soldier, Underdog Knight 1 & 2), the film is not related to the previous installments with Jackie playing a mainland China Interpol officer sporting a new crew-cut hair style instead of the traditional long-haired daredevil Hong Kong cop and mainland Chinese actress Liu Ye is playing his daughter. 7 years 17 weeks ago via jetli

At 58, Jackie Chan Still Kicks Ass at the Box Office: "Chinese Zodiac" Takes in Massive $34.6M After Four Days in China

3:49 PM 12/28/2012 by Senh Duong
Chinese Zodiac
It won’t be released in the States until next Spring or Summer, but Jackie Chan’s latest action comedy “Chinese Zodiac” (a.k.a. CZ12) has already become his highest grossing film ever in China, taking in $34.6M in just four days, according to EntGroup. His previous best were “Shaolin” and “The Forbidden Kingdom,” which made $33.8M and $27M, respectively, in their entire theatrical runs.

Stephen Chow's Slayer Legend And Jackie Chan's Police Story 2013 Both Set For Next Year

Jackie Chan
bleedingcool.com – Shaolin Soccer‘s King of Comedy and God of Cookery himself, Mr. Stephen Chow, has signed a seven year contract to make five films with the ChinaVision Media Group, and the first of these, Chu Mo Chuan Qi or Slayer Legend, will be released at Chinese New Year. Despite the title, this film will to be Chow’s version of Journey to the West. 8 years 5 weeks ago via jetli
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