A '40s period piece which revolves around an American expat who returns to Shanghai in the months before Pearl Harbor due to the death of his friend.

‘Shanghai’ International Trailer and Poster

A brand new international trailer for the long-delayed film Shanghai has been found on YouTube and Russian site Kinopoisk has released a new poster for the film as well. Click on the video player below to watch this new trailer and you can click on the poster to access our photo gallery.

Shanghai was released October 2nd, 2015.

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‘Fanboys’ Moved to January 2009

Still wondering when to expect Fanboys and other Weinstein Co. films in theaters? Harvey Weinstein has your answers. The LA Times got Weinstein on the phone today and he gave the lowdown on Fanboys, saying the film will now be released in January. Why the move to January?

"So we can do a major promotion with Comcast, who's arranging for a big advertising tie-in for us on the film," Weinstein said.

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Heads to ‘Shanghai’

Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Supernatural) has signed on for a part in Weinstein Co.'s period piece Shanghai, starring alongside John Cusack and Ken Watanabe.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Morgan plays Connor, an American killed in Japanese-occupied Shanghai before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Cusack's Paul Soames sets out to investigate his friend's murder and discovers a larger secret that the government is hiding.

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Weinstein Co's ‘Shanghai’ Relocates to Thailand and England

Production of the Weinstein Co.'s period piece Shanghai is looking to relocate to Thailand and England, after is was denied a shooting permit from China.

The picture is to be directed by Swedish helmer Mikael Hafstrom from a screenplay by Hossein Amini and will star John Cusack, Chow Yun-fat, Gong Li and Ken Watanabe.

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Ken Watanabe Is Ready for ‘Shanghai’

Ken Watanabe has just signed with the Weinstein Co. to join John Cusack and Gong Li in Shanghai. According to Variety, Mikael Hafstrom will direct the Hossein Amini screenplay.

Shanghai is a period drama about a American who returns to a corrupt, Japanese-occupied Shanghai four months before Pearl Harbor and discovers his friend has been killed. While he unravels the mysteries of the death, he falls in love and discovers a much larger secret that his own government is hiding.

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