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Enlight Media reports 112% rise in profit
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Producers to develop content for fund-backed studio
Enlight shares leap on debut
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Justin Lin to direct Shaolin Temple remake
By Kevin Ma
Wed, 15 January 2014, 15:00 PM (HKT)
The news was first reported online by China's Sina this morning. It has since been confirmed on the Weibo microblog accounts of Beijing Enlight Media Co Ltd 北京光線傳媒股份有限公司 and its CEO WANG Changtian 王長田.
Wang unveiled the project in Aug 2012, announcing a production partnership with the Shaolin Temple. The script has since been approved by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) 國家新聞出版廣電總局.
In October, Wang wrote on Weibo that an unnamed director has been chosen for the project and that pre-production is expected to take two years.
Lin is currently attached to direct the next film in the Bourne franchise, currently set for release in Aug 2015. He is also serving as the executive producer on Fast & Furious 7. The Shaolin Temple remake will be his first Chinese-language film.