In Hong Kong, there’s another film coming soon to a cinema that’s already been on the block for a few years.
The Hong Kong Film and Entertainment Association (HKFA) is hoping to debut the film, The Last Resort, which stars Hong Kong-born actor and actor-director Hong Kong star Tom Yung.
It’s set in the year 2026, when a nuclear holocaust in the U.S. caused millions of people to become homeless.
HKFA said it will release the film in Hong Kong theaters starting March 20.
HKFCA, which represents the major theaters, has not yet announced when the film will be released.
The Last Resort, the story of a U.s. military pilot in the Pacific, is set to hit theaters on May 13.
It is one of many films from the HKFA’s “Lifestyle Festival” program, which aims to bring a diverse group of Hong Kong filmmakers together to share their work.
In addition to the films that are set to be released in Hong, HKFCAs new “film festivals” include The Big Lebowski, The Secret Life of Pets, The Lion King: Lion King 2, and the upcoming The Black Cauldron, which is set for May.