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John Woo is a well known director and his works are known too. Whatever he does is always interesting and the Chinese made film directed by John Woo must be.
Of course if we talk about the "Red Cliff" that also means we talk about Asian movie stars. And you can find a whole "starship" of Asian celebrities: Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Wei Zhao, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Shido Nakamura. So that is obvious that one can expect a lot from the film and can surely think of great chances allover the world.
So the director of the "Red Cliff" John Woo is optimistic about his film chances at box office success outside Asia, as Associated Press states...
"I don't think Asian people get very good roles in Hollywood"
just 31 years old, Takeshi Kaneshiro is one of Asian cinema's fastest
rising superstars. Half-Taiwanese and half-Japanese, he hit the big
time as a teen pop idol in the early 1990s, then graduated from music
to movies with roles that include the critically-acclaimed Chungking
Express, Fallen Angels and Returner. Avid videogame fans may also
remember him as one of the voices of the button-bashing beat-'em-up
Onimusha, where he starred alongside French actor Jean Reno. Here he
talks about working on martial arts love story House of Flying Daggers.
In House Of Flying Daggers you play a very intensive role. How much martial arts training did you have to do?