Children of Huang Shi
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Los Angeles premiere

Very last minute notice but “The Children of Huang Shi” is having a premiere at the Landmark Theatres in Los Angeles this evening at 7:30pm. Giant Robot was offering free tickets to the premiere and post-screening reception. No word on what cast will be in attendance, but Jonathan should be in Los Angeles right now for the taping of Ellen and press junkets, and may attend along with director Roger Spottiswoode. The film will be premiering in Australia, under the title of “Children of the Silk Road” on June...

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Children of Huang Shi benefit premiere

The American Red Cross of Greater New York is holding a special premiere of “The Children of Huang Shi” on Sunday, May 18 at 6:30pm at the DGA Theatre (110 W. 57th St.) There will be a pre-screening reception with director and cast and post screening reception. You can learn more on the NY Red Cross website, where you can also purchase tickets (starting at $100/ticket.) The premiere is being held to benefit Red Cross volunteer recruitment and preparedness training in “at risk” communities in New York City. Additionally,...

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more TV alerts

Jonathan is making more stops on the talk show circuit to promote “The Children of Huang Shi”. Here’s the current list of all the shows he’ll be on (will update if more shows are announced): Live with Regis and Kelly – Monday, May 19 Late Night with Conan O’Brien – Tuesday, May 20 Ellen Degeneres Show – Friday, May 23

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Jonathan on Conan!

Set your recorders! Jonathan is listed as an upcoming guest on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. He is set to appear on the May 20 show. This looks to be promotion for “The Children of Huang Shi”, which is going to be in limited release starting May 23 and will be Jonathan’s first appearance on Conan. You can also read a review of the film from Variety. Source: redshoes77 *Update* Sony has finally put up the official website for the movie. The movie is set to open May 23...

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New Children of Haung Shi trailer and more!

What looks to be the official website for “The Children of Huang Shi” is now online with lots of new images and a new trailer! Added many new images to the Gallery as a result: Replaced 2 behind the scenes images and 1 still with better versions Added 1 new behind the scenes images and 25 stills Added 2 new DVD covers of “August Rush” Added 7 images from the Hope Foundation event held yesterday More images on the way… If you have trouble watching the HD quicktime version...

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Trailer for Children of Huang Shi

Oscar nominations were announced today and “August Rush” received one nod for Best Original Song for “Raise It Up”. The film is expected to be released on DVD and Blue-Ray on March 11. The Chinese trailer for “The Children of Huang Shi” is now online!

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New Stills and Golden Globes Canceled?

Happy New Year! Sorry for the delay in updates but I was enjoying some time off. Back to it now… Added 5 new stills from “The Children of Huang Shi”. Also update on the Golden Globe situation in light of the ongoing writer’s strike. It’s expected to be announced sometime today, that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will be holding a very scaled back version of the awards show this year. There will be no award show banquet like years past. Instead, winners will be announced on NBC as...

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New stills

Added several new stills to the Gallery: August Rush (+1) The Children of Haung Shi (+5) There’s also news that “The Children of Haung Shi” may be retitled to “The Bitter Sea”.

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New Article and Photos

Added a new article to the Press archive that was published today. Also added 5 behind the scenes images from “The Children of Huang Shi” to the Gallery. Behind the cut are 4 very short YouTube clips showing Jonathan filming a scene from “The Children of Huang Shi” with co-star David Wenham that an extra posted. Sources: eCentral, Sheila, Michelle Yeoh Web Theatre, RobinManess

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Children wraps

From the Hollywood Reporter: Sony Classics picks up ‘Huang Shi’ By Gregg Goldstein Feb 20, 2007 NEW YORK — Sony Pictures Classics has picked up all North American rights to “The Children of Huang Shi,” a fact-based war drama filmed in China starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Radha Mitchell, Chow Yun-Fat and Michelle Yeoh. Roger Spottiswoode’s feature, which wrapped three months of shooting Friday in Shanghai, tells the story of a British reporter (Rhys Meyers) in China during the country’s invasion by Japan in 1937. He rescues 60 war orphans...

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