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'Transformers 4' to Film in China, Star Chinese Actors as Paramount Enters Co-Production Agreement

 
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'Transformers 4' to Film in China, Star Chinese Actors as Paramount Enters Co-Production Agreement
The studio is teaming with China Movie Channel and Jiaflix Enterprises to give the big budget film a major presence in the country, where the franchise is a huge hit.

Another big budget American franchise is tailoring itself for the Chinese market.
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Paramount on Tuesday announced that it is partnering with China Movie Channel and Jiaflix Enterprises in a production agreement that would create a major presence for Transformers 4 in the world's most populous nation. The China Movie Channel is run by the State Administration of Radio Film and Television, an official arm of the Chinese government.

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Through the agreement, according to a press release, the two Chinese companies will help director Michael Bay in with the "selection of filming sites within China, theatrical promotion, and possible post-production activities in China as well as casting of Chinese actors and actresses in the film."

The Transformers franchise has been a mega-hit in the country, with the third film, 2011's Dark of the Moon, earning $165 million there. That movie was the final chapter to star Shia LaBeouf; the series will now feature Mark Wahlberg in the lead role.

Just last week, it was announced that Marvel's Iron Man 3, which was partially shot in Beijing and was financed in part by Beijing-based DMG Entertainment, would release a special cut for the country that included "significant Chinese elements" and "specially prepared bonus footage," as well as an appearance by one of the country's biggest acting stars, Fan Bingbing.

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"Outrageous! I must go on the air and report this!!!!!....or not"

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thanks for the word OP
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Re: 'Transformers 4' to Film in China, Star Chinese Actors as Paramount Enters Co-Production Agreement
Tlansfolmels Foul!

WTF!

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Re: 'Transformers 4' to Film in China, Star Chinese Actors as Paramount Enters Co-Production Agreement
The studio is teaming with China Movie Channel and Jiaflix Enterprises to give the big budget film a major presence in the country, where the franchise is a huge hit.

Another big budget American franchise is tailoring itself for the Chinese market.
our editor recommends
China Box Office: Local Films Rule First Quarter of 2013
Jack Reynor Lands Starring Role in 'Transformers 4'

Paramount on Tuesday announced that it is partnering with China Movie Channel and Jiaflix Enterprises in a production agreement that would create a major presence for Transformers 4 in the world's most populous nation. The China Movie Channel is run by the State Administration of Radio Film and Television, an official arm of the Chinese government.

STORY: Mark Wahlberg to Star in 'Transformers 4'

Through the agreement, according to a press release, the two Chinese companies will help director Michael Bay in with the "selection of filming sites within China, theatrical promotion, and possible post-production activities in China as well as casting of Chinese actors and actresses in the film."

The Transformers franchise has been a mega-hit in the country, with the third film, 2011's Dark of the Moon, earning $165 million there. That movie was the final chapter to star Shia LaBeouf; the series will now feature Mark Wahlberg in the lead role.

Just last week, it was announced that Marvel's Iron Man 3, which was partially shot in Beijing and was financed in part by Beijing-based DMG Entertainment, would release a special cut for the country that included "significant Chinese elements" and "specially prepared bonus footage," as well as an appearance by one of the country's biggest acting stars, Fan Bingbing.

[link to www.hollywoodreporter.com]
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would love to see autobots smashing temples and skyscrapers. will they bring in Astrotrain onto a high speed rail track?

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Thread: is this the real reason why Mandarin (Iron Man's foe) won't be played by a Chinese actor....
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jet li or I aint goin'!
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jet li or I aint goin'!
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Jet Li's last movies suck. However, try to watch Skin Resurrection 2....

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