Jackie Chan [Photo: CFP]
Li Bingbing [Photo: CFP]
Movie stars Jackie Chan and Li Bingbing, who are co-producing the all-star film "The 1911 Revolution" ("Xinhai Geming"), celebrated as the movie started filming in Fuxin City of northeast China's Liaoning Province on Wednesday (September 29).
Also in attendance were director Zhang Li and actor Winston Chao, who plays Dr. Sun Yat-Sen in the historical film.
"The 1911 Revolution" is an artistic chronicle of the Xinhai Revolution that began in the year 1911 and eventually brought an end to China's last feudal dynasty.
Major scenes will take place on a set built inside the National Mine Park in Fuxin. Once Asia's largest open pit coal mine, the site was picked as a guarantee that no modern buildings would be included in the shots, according to the film's producers.
Jackie Chan and Li Bingbing celebrate as the movie "The 1911 Revolution" started filming in Fuxin City of northeast China's Liaoning Province on Wednesday, September 29, 2010. [Photo: CFP]
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