Jiang Wen's new offering 'Hidden Man' hits screens

The film is adapted from a novel by Zhang Beihai. Set in the 1930s, it tells a story about the revenge of a martial arts practitioner.

Chinese filmmaker and actor Jiang Wen’s new action comedy “Hidden Man” hits cinema across China on July 13.

Starring Jiang Wen, Liao Fan and heartthrob Eddie Peng, the film is the sixth directorial work of Jiang. 

“Hidden Man,” set in the 1930s, is adapted from a novel by Zhang Beihai. It tells a story about the revenge of a martial arts practitioner.

In addition to intense fighting scenes, the film combines elements of romance and suspense. It is expected to be another box-ffice sensation this summer, following the hit film “Dying to Survive.”

“Hidden Man” is also available in an IMAX version at the country’s 500 or so IMAX theaters.

Ti Gong

Director Jiang Wen (right) also stars in "Hidden Man."

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