The ‘Chinese in the Movie Theater’ franchise is no longer just a genre.
For the past couple of years, it has been expanding beyond China to include a number of other countries and cultures.
We are talking about a lot of characters from the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Australia.
We were told by a Hollywood executive that “Chinatown” was about ‘being a Chinese American’ in America, but it also featured a number from South Korea, India and even Australia.
And that is a great start.
But there are a lot more characters.
This time, the Chinese are not just an ethnic group but a nationality.
The franchise, which launched in 2011, has gone from an indie movie that was filmed in the United States to a global phenomenon.
In some cases, we can be sure that this is the first time that an entire film has been made with an entirely different set of actors from China.
It is a huge step for the franchise.
“Chinampas” director and co-writer Andy Garcia says the Chinese cast are “very, very diverse.”
He also said that he has been working with a lot Chinese actors who are not native to the U.S. But the biggest change is that the characters are all “very Asian” in their origins.
This makes for an exciting and unique take on the characters.
I’m not sure what to expect when I come out of the theater and see all these actors in Chinese costumes.
They all have that air of authenticity, they all have a lot in common and I think that speaks to what the fans really want to see.
A number of Hollywood studios have started to take notice of the Chinese influence in the films.
When I first saw the Chinese actors on set, I thought, “Wow, that’s so cool.”
But now, as I am coming out of my first Chinese-themed movie, I am feeling very proud.
I have to admit, I have never been to the movies with so many Chinese characters in my life.
I’m so happy that I can say that I have seen Chinese characters on the big screen.