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新少林寺 (2011)
Shaolin
Origin: China
Language: Mandarin 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Release Date (China): 01/19/2011
Release Date (HK): 01/19/2011
 
Director
  Benny Chan Muk-Sing
 
Screenwriters
  Charcoal Tan
  Chan Ka-Cheong
  Wong Chow-Yue
  Cheung Chi-Kwong (1)
 
Action Director
  Corey Yuen Kwai
 
Producers
  Albert Lee
  Benny Chan Muk-Sing
 
 
Cast
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah ... General Hou Jie
  Nicholas Tse Ting-Fung ... Cao Man
  Fan Bing-Bing ... Madam Hou
  Jackie Chan ... Wu Dao
  Jacky Wu Jing ... Jing Neng
  Yu Shao-Qun ... Jing Hai
  Xing Yu ... Jing Kong
  Yu Hai (1) ... Abbot
  Xiong Xin-Xin ... Sou Xiang Tu
  Michelle Bai Bing ... Singer
  Sang Wei-Lin ... Yan Cheng
  Shi Xiao-Hong ... General Song Hu
  Liang Jing-Ke ... Madam Song
  Chen Zhi-Hui ... General Huo Long
  Li Qi-Long ... Hou Jie's officer
  Ho Chung-Wa (2) ... General Tang
  Xie Jia-Qi ... General Wang
  Terry Shi Tian-Shuo ... Officer Shi
  Bi Hai-Feng ... General Zhang
  Shimada Runa ... Nan
  Karl Robert Eislen ... Peter
  Alexander Murkhanov ... Roddick
  Jin You-Ming ... Hou's butler
  Bai Yu (6) ... Nanny
  Shao Wei (1) ... Song officer #1
  Xu Wei-Jia ... Song officer #2
  Xiao Shu-Li ... Matchmaker
  Liu Xin (4) ... Tsao officer #1
  Shao Zhuang (2) ... Tsao officer #2
  Zhang Hao (3) ... General Kao
  Ran Wei-Qun ... Old warlord #1
  Chan Ping (4) ... Old warlord #2
  Zhu Jia-Zhen ... Young warlord #1
  Chiu Chun-Sing ... Young warlord #2
  Xu Deng-Ke ... Officer #1
  Zhou Jie (1) ... Officer # 2
  Yang Yong (4) ... Officer # 3
  Zhang Bin (3) ... Officer # 4
  Qi Tian (2) ... Officer # 5
  Fan Xiao-Ming ... Officer # 6
  Guo Feng-Tao ... Officer # 7
  Wang Shu-Lian ... Officer #8
  Chui Yuk-Lan ... Mrs. Chao
  Sun Xiao-Guo ... Mrs. Chao's daughter
  Guo Shuo ... Niu's mother
  Luo Jun (2) ... Niu
  Cui Guan-Jie ... Hou Chieh's double
  Lu Wang-Qing ... Tsao Man's double
  Yan Qing-Long ... Wudao's double
  Zhang Yu-Xiang (2) ... Nan [Stunt double]
  Dou Li-Li (1)    
  Ma Lan (2)    
 
Production Companies
  Emperor Film Production Company Limited
  China Film Group Corporation
  Beijing Silver Moon Productions Limited
 
First Assistant Director
  Calvin Tong Ka-Wai   Lanbo Cheuk Po-Lan
 
Assistant Director
  Zhang Yang (7)   Charlie Zhang Chao-Li
 
Story
  Alan Yuen Kam-Lun
 
Script Supervisor
  Ma Xin (1)   Zhai Le-Er
 
Director of Photography
  Anthony Pun Yiu-Ming
 
Cinematographers
  Liu Ai-Dong   Si Guo-Yi
 
2nd Unit Cinematographer
  Chan Kwok-Hung
 
Lighting
  Wong Wai-Chuen   Lo Lau-Fai
 
Art Director
  Ben Lau Man-Hung
 
Production Designer
  Kenneth Yee Chung-Man
 
Costume Designer
  Stanley Cheung Sai-Kit
 
Makeup
  Man Yun-Ling   Cheng Yu-Lai
 
Hair Stylist
  Tam Ying-Kwan
 
Editor
  Yau Chi-Wai
 
Props Master
  Chow Man (2)
 
Props
  Lo Wing-Hing   Lai Siu-Hung   Bo Wai-Tong
 
Sound Recordist
  Hau Hiu-Fai
 
Music
  Anthony Chue Chan-Tung   Nicolas Errera
 
Action Choreographers
  Yuen Tak (1)   Nicky Li Chung-Chi
 
Assistant Action Choreographer
  Huang Kai-Sen   Jack Wong Wai-Leung (1)   Hon Chun
  Liu Fang (1)   Sang Lin   Han Kwan-Hua
 
Presenter
  Albert Yeung Sau-Shing   Han San-Ping   Wang Zhong-Jun
  Xue Gui-Zhi   Fu Hua-Yang
 
Senior Producer
  Shi Yong-Xin
 
Executive Producer
  Cheung Chi-Kwong (1)
 
Planning
  Catherine Hun   Kenny Fan Kim-Hung
 
Project Manager
  Leung Wai-On
 
Unit Production Manager
  Benny Tse Chi-Wah   Yu Zhong-Yuan
 
Special Effects
  Menfond Electronic Arts & Computer Design Co. Ltd.   Bravo Digital Company Limited   Wu Ka-Sim
  Glorious Entertainment Production Ltd.
 
Visual Effects Supervisor
  Eddy Wong Wang-Hin   Clement Cheng Yiu-Ming
 
Visual Effects Director
  Ken Law Wai-Ho
 
Visual Effects Producer
  Bryan Cheung Chung-Wa   Garrett Lam Ka-Lok
 
Sound Post-Production Studio
  Soundfirm Beijing
 
Dialogue Recording
  Yiu Chun-Hin   Poon Wai-Kiu   Chow Yuk-Lun
  George Lee Yiu-Keung
 
Dialogue Editing
  Sun Qiu-Xia   Chow Yuk-Lun   Poon Wai-Kiu
 
Filming Location
  China
 
 
Summary
  China is in the period of warring states. General Hou Chieh, poised to win control of Tengfeng, chases his rival into Shaolin Temple. The monks plead for compassion, but Hou shoots the pathetic general dead. Now the victor, Hou is approached by Sir Peter for permission to build a railroad, which he haughtily declines. Then, though a tactical error and a betrayal suffers a reversal of fortune, after which he is sheltered by an old cook. Hou asks to enter Shaolin as a monk, against the suspicion of the very monks in front of whom he had shot the rival general