Chadwick Boseman’s ’21 Bridges’ to Be First Hollywood Action Release in China This Year

Chadwick Boseman’s ’21 Bridges’ to Be First Hollywood Action Release in China This Year
The Chadwick Boseman-starring police action film “21 Bridges” will hit Chinese theaters on March 19, the first Hollywood action title to debut in the world’s largest film market so far this year. It was produced by China’s Huayi Brothers, as well as Los Angeles’ Agbo and Mwm Studios.

The news comes just days after Boseman posthumously won the Golden Globe for best actor in a drama motion picture with his work in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.” Chinese viewers paid more attention to the awards this year due to the best director win for China-born Chloe Zhao, which has sparked pride and nationalist anger.

21 Bridges” is directed by Brian Kirk, who helmed episodes of “Game of Thrones,” and counts two pairs of powerful brothers on both sides of the pacific — Joe and Anthony Russo (“Avengers: Endgame”) as well as Wang Zhongjun and Zhonglei — among its producers, the latter
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