Director Rao Xiaozhi’s Endgame is coming soon to US theaters in California.
Endgame is expanding showings in California as the state moved into a tier zone allowing the reopening of movie theaters due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Premiered last month during Chinese New Year in mainland China, Endgame stars Hong Kong veteran superstar Andy Lau (Shock Wave 2) and mainland singer Xiao Yang from the duo Chopstick Brothers.
A remake of the 2012 Japanese film Key of Life, Endgame is about a world-class hitman and a failed actor swapping identities during an accident.
According to Box Office Mojo, Endgame grossed worldwide at $89 million so far since its release in February.
The film is also produced by the star himself, Lau and will be released in Hong Kong on March 18th.
Endgame is playing in the following California theaters starting March 26th:
Los Angeles: AMC Atlantic Times Square 14 AMC Orange 30 AMC Puente Hills 20 AMC Santa Anita 16 Bay Area: AMC Metreon 16 AMC Mercado 20 San Diego: AMC La Jolla Village 12
Distributed by CMC Pictures, the film is in its original theatrical release: Mandarin with English and Chinese subtitles.