A series of conceptual posters of "Disappeared Bullets" were recently released, giving movie lovers a glimpse of the magnificent set. [Photo: Mtime.com]The action-packed, big-budget blockbuster "Disappeared Bullets" (Xiao Shi De Zi Dan) has finished filming and has now entered post-production stages, according to a report from Mtime.com.
Produced by Derek Yee and directed by Law Chi-Leung, the film includes an array of stars including award winners Lau Ching-wan, Nicholas Tse, and Wu Gang, alongside up and coming actors Yang Mi, Jing Boran and Jiang Yiyan.
Set in the Zhoupu Arsenal, based in Shanghai during the period of the Republic of China, "Disappeared Bullets" tells the tale of a series of murder cases caused by 'ghost bullets'.
About 17 million yuan (US $2.7 million) was spent recreating one of the Republic of China's great arsenals in less than 75 days. A series of conceptual posters were recently released, giving movie lovers a glimpse of the magnificent set.
The film is set to be released during this year's summer holiday period.
By Liu Shuai
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