GUARDIANS OF THE TOMB: China Exhumes A Release Date Amid U.S. And U.K. Pick-Ups

It hasn't been very long since we struck our first official teaser trailer for Kimble Rendall's latest, Guardians Of The Tomb. Accordingly, things have been taking shape this week at the American Film Market, making convenient pending news on acquisitions and with word via Screendaily now reporting a 3D rollout on January 19, 2018 in China from Nest Holdings and Sleeping Otters Productions through co-producer Grand Canal Pictures and China Film Group on January 19, 2018.
A heart-pounding action adventure flick about a group of expert scientists who, on the cusp of the world’s greatest discovery, must out run – and out wit – a swarm of predatory Funnel Webs spiders that guard the labyrinth tomb of a once powerful Chinese Emperor.
Gravitas Ventures and Signature Entertainment have also acquired rights to the film for the U.S. and the U.K. respectively with release dates for both territories pending. Kellan Lutz and actress Li Bingbing star along with Kelsey Grammer and Chinese popstar Wu Chun from a script by Rendall and co-scribe Paul Staheli, and with Deng Shuo, Arclight chief Gary Hamilton, Ying Ye and Mark Lazarus serving as producers.
“We are thrilled to have found such solid and professional partners to release Guardians of the Tomb in these major territories,” Hamilton said. “We know that our film is in great hands and we are excited to see how the public reacts to what we know is a great time at the movies.”
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