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Peter Paltridge

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Beijing Enlight Pictures produces CGI-animated movies based on Chinese lore for a primarily Chinese audience. Their first effort, Ne Zha, was a major hit in its home country, raking in the converted-to-dollars number of $720 million. The fanbase for such movies is more limited here, but that doesn’t mean we won’t have the chance to see them. A company called Well Go USA Entertainment specializes in bringing culturally specific movies like this to America. They imported Ne Zha, and they’ve announced the acquisition of Jiang Ziya, to be released in the States next February.
Originally, Jiang Ziya was going to make its theatrical debut in this country on February 7, 2021. Various delays occurred (not all of them COVID-related if the original date was February) and it did not see the silver screen until October. You most likely missed it then, but it’s coming to home theater formats soon.
Based on an ancient Chinese myth, the film follows Jiang Ziya, a top commander in the divine army...
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