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    WATCH: Tony Leung Slices and Dices in Wong Kar-wai's 'The Grandmaster' (TRAILER)

    The martial arts epic "The Grandmaster," Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai's first feature since the disastrous "My Blueberry Nights" in 2007, finally has a proper US trailer but still no official release date.

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    Watch: First U.S. Trailer For Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmaster' Features Hilariously Awful Car Commercial Voiceover

    Listen trailer-makers. We get it. Movies in a foreign language are a tough sell the minute you throw subtitles up on the screen. In North America (so their marketing bods tell them), it's likely nine tenths of viewers will tune out at the first sight of a subtitle. But working with an auteur the lev...

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    Berlin Review: Wong Kar Wai's 'The Grandmaster' Is Occasionally Mesmerizing, Mostly Muddled

    Perhaps the best place to begin a review of Wong Kar Wai’s “The Grandmaster” is at the end -- or a few minutes after. An epilogue of sorts, which happens suddenly and far enough into the credits that maybe half the audience was watching it from the stairs, serves as a pretty representative microcosm...

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    Weinstein Co. Snaps Up Wong Kar Wai Berlin Opener 'The Grandmaster'

    Wasting no time, the Weinstein Company snapped all rights in the US and English speaking Canadian territories from financeer Annapurna to Wong Kar Wai's Berlin opening night martial arts epic "The Grandmaster," as well as rights to Australia, New Zealand, and the UK from Wild Bunch.

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    Rough Cut Of 'The Grandmaster' Ran 4 Hours, First Review Says It Has "Gorgeous" Martial Arts Sequences

    For fans of a certain genre of cinema, Wong Kar Wai’s “The Grandmaster” (the director’s first feature since 2007’s “My Blueberry Nights”) may be one of the most anticipated films of the year. The auteur’s long-gestating biopic of Wing Chun pioneer Ip M...

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    Early Review of Wong Kar-wai's 'The Grandmaster' Calls it a 'Visual Feast'

    For Chinese audiences, the wait is finally over. Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster," the director's first film since 2007's "My Blueberry Nights," opens today in China after three years in production and nearly a decade in development. Sadly, English language ...

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    New Images Of Tony Leung In Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmaster'

    You've already seen it on our list of the 100 Most Anticipated Films Of 2013, and now here's a closer look at Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster," his long-awaited new feature, and his first in six years since 2007's English-language venture, "My Blueberry Nights."

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    3 New Images From Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmasters'

    The next month or so is going to be a good time to be a Wong Kar-Wai fan. The director's long awaited "The Grandmasters" is finally headed to theaters in China, which means that in addition to the newly released trailer, we're likely going to see a lot more promo material for the m...

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    Watch: Deleted Scene Shows A Goofier 'In The Mood For Love' That Wong Kar-Wai Totally Discarded & Reshot

    There are few films that capture that indescribable feeling of attraction, love and loss the way that "In the Mood for Love" does. But then again, there are few filmmakers like Wong Kar-Wai. A director who moves at his own unique pace and delivers films that try to capture specific and ephemeral ton...

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    Light At The End Of The Tunnel: Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmaster' Gets December 18th Chinese Release Date

    It's five years since the last film from the great Chinese director Wong Kar-Wai. It's eight since his last Chinese-language film, "2046." And depending on your tolerance for the latter, it's twelve since his last great film, "In The Mood For Love." But Kar-Wai has su...

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