and will follow in getting a release in China in April.
The second installment in the action-film franchise, starring Bruce Willis, Channing Tatum, Dwayne Johnson and Korean star Lee Byung-hyun, will make its bow in Chinese cinemas on April 15, followed by on April 29.
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was earlier granted a Chinese release date of April 11 (it’s understood that Quentin Tarantino will be recutting the film himself to ensure that it passes the Chinese censorship board).
, meanwhile, has yet to confirm a concrete opening date after being pulled from the release schedule in March.
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The Chinese roll-out for has also remained unconfirmed. Earlier reports about a simultaneous U.S.-China release on May 3 have now been countered with online messages about the film possibly opening in China in late April.
opens in Hong Kong, where distributors and exhibitors decide on release schedules independent from the mainland Chinese authorities, on April 26.