end credits: That's significant, I'm sure, though not surprising, according to National Observer. China is now such a key market for the American film industry that making this one doesn't seem like that much of a gamble; more probably a natural evolution playing to where the money is. You know the first major Hollywood film in 25 years with an all-Asian cast. Add in that it's from a very popular book the first of a trilogy and you can appreciate why some screenings have already been selling out since it opened on Wednesday. But enough of this background. There's even a clip in the end credits that seems to be pointing to a sequel. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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