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    Watch: Wong Kar-Wai Talks 'In The Mood For Love' In 20-Minute Interview

    Eyes on Cinema—the prolific YouTube channel that posts frequent investigations into film and filmmakers—has just released a 21 minute interview with Shanghai-born writer/director, Wong Kar Wai. American audiences might know him best as the man behind last year’s “The Grand Master” (about Bruce Lee’s...

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    Wong Kar-wai Returns in 3D

    China wants to embolden its film presence in Hollywood. What better way than to take a masterpiece from one of its most widely celebrated auteurs and repurpose it in glorious 3D?

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    3D Version Of Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmaster' Coming This Fall With Unseen Footage

    Wong Kar-Wai's long awaited "The Grandmaster" dropped last year, with the martial arts epic receiving a modest response, a couple of Academy Award nominations and some awards mostly from overseas, before ultimately drifting from memory. But it seems there's enough interest (or enough extra dollars t...

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    Wong Kar-wai to Adapt 'Ferryman' Beginning Next Year

    It took five year's for Wong Kar-wai to release last year's "The Grandmaster" after 2007's "My Blueberry Nights," so it's good news to hear that he's beginning work on his new project next year, adapting author Jiajia Zhang's short story "Ferryman."

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    New Plot Details Revealed For Wong Kar-Wai's Next Film

    Last week came word that Wong Kar-Wai was picking up the pace a bit, and set to shoot his next film in 2015. There weren't many details at the time except that the film would be a "romance" (which isn't exactly a surprise), and feature a still-undisclosed male lead "all women are crazy about." Well,...

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    Wong Kar-Wai Reportedly Shooting New Film In 2015

    Generally speaking, as Wong Kar-Wai's career has grown longer, so too has the breaks between each film. In fact, "The Grandmaster" marked the biggest wait yet, coming six years after the director kinda sorta tried to go Hollywood with "My Blueberry Nights." Granted, it wasn't completely his fault wi...

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