Sammo Hung to helm film on 'Seven Little Fortunes' days with Jackie Chan, Yuen Biao, etc


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Action star Sammo Hung will take the helm of the production of Seven Little Fortunes, a feature film re-telling Hung's childhood story where he and a generation of Hong Kong action movie icons such as Jackie Chan were coached by their mentor, Peking opera master Yu Jim-yuen. – Photo: SHAARI CHEMAT / The Star

Co-produced by Yuen Biao Films Production, Beijing Renxing Film Media Culture and Quanton Times Pictures, Hung will be the chief director of the film penned by Raymond To (I Have A Date With Spring). Yuen Biao, who also trained under master Yu, will executive produce the project.

Starring Tony Leung Ka-fai (The Taking of Tiger Mountain, Cold War) the film is expected to have a production budget of RMB50-100 million (RM32mil-65mil). Shooting is expected to start in March 2022. International sales have not yet been determined.

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