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China's Version of Kate Basinger and Chris Evans "Cellular"
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Posted 9/30/08
I Wanna watch it >.< cant find it anywhereee.
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xogur1n3xtd0orxo wrote:

I Wanna watch it >.< cant find it anywhereee.


its still shwing it just premiered last week
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Posted 9/30/08
Wow seems like this version is really good. I liked the original too.
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Posted 9/30/08
copycat lol...hollywood copy asian movie and vice versa...live is just like that...never fond of the original one but will give this a shot.
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Posted 10/1/08
I thought the American version was pretty boring, really little suspense, hope this one is better.
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Connected

Casts: Barbie Xu, Louis Koo, Liu Ye, Nick Cheung
Director: Benny Chan
Showing on Sept. 25


A Cellular Remake? It's TRUE!!!



Warner Bros. has teamed with Hong Kong's Emperor Motion Pictures for a rare Chinese remake of a Hollywood movie. Benny Chan will direct.
"Connected" is a retread of New Line's cell phone-based kidnap actioner "Cellular."


Hong Kong boxoffice gets 'Connected'
Benny Chan's 'Cellular' remake opens big


By Karen Chu

HONG KONG -- "Connected," Hong Kong director Benny Chan's adaptation of the 2004 Kim Basinger vehicle "Cellular," topped local boxoffice charts as it opened Thursday, earning HK$550,000 ($70,000).

The first official Hong Kong remake of a Hollywood movie, "Connected" was produced by Emperor Motion Pictures and stars Louis Koo ("Protege").

The Hong Kong Kowloon and New Territories Motion Picture Industry Assn. said that second-place film "20th Century Boys" from Japan earned $48,000 while Shia LaBeouf starrer "Eagle Eye" earned $46,000.

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I think you got it wrong with the actress' name: Kim Basinger instead of Kate Basinger
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Posted 10/2/08

garcia_marina wrote:


xiaochien_08 wrote:

Connected

Casts: Barbie Xu, Louis Koo, Liu Ye, Nick Cheung
Director: Benny Chan
Showing on Sept. 25


A Cellular Remake? It's TRUE!!!



Warner Bros. has teamed with Hong Kong's Emperor Motion Pictures for a rare Chinese remake of a Hollywood movie. Benny Chan will direct.
"Connected" is a retread of New Line's cell phone-based kidnap actioner "Cellular."


Hong Kong boxoffice gets 'Connected'
Benny Chan's 'Cellular' remake opens big


By Karen Chu

HONG KONG -- "Connected," Hong Kong director Benny Chan's adaptation of the 2004 Kim Basinger vehicle "Cellular," topped local boxoffice charts as it opened Thursday, earning HK$550,000 ($70,000).

The first official Hong Kong remake of a Hollywood movie, "Connected" was produced by Emperor Motion Pictures and stars Louis Koo ("Protege").

The Hong Kong Kowloon and New Territories Motion Picture Industry Assn. said that second-place film "20th Century Boys" from Japan earned $48,000 while Shia LaBeouf starrer "Eagle Eye" earned $46,000.

Hollywoodreporter
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I think you got it wrong with the actress' name: Kim Basinger instead of Kate Basinger


i know... tried to edit the title before, but it cant be edited alraedy..

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Connected Tops Hong Kong's Box Office

source: http://www.lovehkfilm.com/


Several major releases helped boost the Hong Kong box office this weekend. Benny Chan’s Connected tops the box office with HK$1.08 million from 42 screens on Sunday for a 4-day weekend total of HK$3.61 million, pretty much guaranteeing that it’ll pass the HK$10 million mark. Japanese comic adaptation 20th Century Boys is at 2nd place with HK$729,000 from 32 screens (including an inflated ticket price to compensate for its long running time) on Sunday and a 4-day weekend total of HK$2.48 million. I think HK$6 million is a pretty reasonable goal for final gross. The Hollywood thriller Eagle Eye is at 3rd place with HK$651,000 from 39 screens for a 4-day weekend total of HK$2.26 million.

Disaster Movie continues its disastrous run, with just HK$144,000 from 21 screens for a 4-day total of HK$530,000. Meanwhile, the excellent Korean thriller The Chaser also flops in its limited release, making only HK$28,000 from 5 screens on Sunday, but no weekend total was available from the Hong Kong Film Blog.

Amazingly, the softcore porn flick Forbidden Legend: Sex and Chopsticks is still doing relatively well, making HK$177,000 from 16 screens for an impressive 10-day total of HK$2.48 million. I believe it still hasn’t had one day where the per-screen average was lower than HK$10,000, which is pretty amazing for a film of this type. Mamma Mia edges closer to HK$10 million, taking in HK$342,000 from 24 screens for an 18-day total of HK$9.28 million. You Don’t Mess With the Zohan somewhat holds up in its second weekend, making HK$313,000 from 30 screens for an 11-day total of HK$4.81 million. For those still following, Thai horror film 4BIA made HK$50,000 from 8 screens, and has now made HK$4.03 million after 18 days. The Muai Thai action flick Chocolate earned a similar gross back in April, except this one didn’t have the crazy stunts to pull audiences in.
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