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Super Me! The Chinese Fantasy Feature to Be Acquired by Netflix

Super Me! The Chinese Fantasy Feature to Be Acquired by Netflix
Super Me! The Chinese Fantasy Feature to Be Acquired by Netflix

The leads of Marvel that is Joe and Anthony Russo, were once connected to a film of high concept as executive producers. But after a short period of time, both the leads of Marvel stepped back.

According reports, Netflix has acquired the streaming rights of Chinese film ‘Super Me’. Super Me is a high-concept movie with a mix of elements that is romance, comedy as well as a thriller. Super Me is all set to release in China on Friday but Netflix, the streaming application has not yet revealed the streaming date for this film.

Chong Zhang is the writer and director of Super Me whereas Darren Wang- a Taiwanese actor is there in the film. Darren Wang as a struggling writer has been driven into insomnia just because of the financial crises and deadlines. He is the personality who has special powers to bring back the objects from his troubled dreams to reality. Soon this power helped him to become rich, he got attracted to his long-time love interest as well as a dangerous gangster who has been exploiting him.

Super Me! The Chinese Fantasy Feature to Be Acquired by Netflix
Super Me! The Chinese Fantasy Feature to Be Acquired by Netflix

The film is having a long journey as the leads of Marvel Joe and Anthony Russo were once attached to it as executive directors. Both the brothers send a video message to the press in Beijing in 2016, saying we are very much excited to support the project of Zhang’s script. But this duo later stepped back from this project as well as the other Chinese productions ambitions.

Probing further, Zhang carried out the film with other companies. Even if, the project ran into several delays it resulted in Zhang’s second feature. Super Me has been popped up in a number of international festivals over the past decades but none of the outlets has reviewed it yet. Beijing’s media regulator doesn’t allow Netflix or any other Chinese streaming to operate within mainland China’s border.

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