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Little Big Soldier, also known in the United States as Big Soldier, is an upcoming 2010 action-adventure/comedy film directed by Ding Sheng and produced and written by Jackie Chan, also starring Chan and Leehom Wang. The film was produced with a budget of US$25 million and filmed between January 2009 and April 2009 in filming spots of Yunnan, Chinamarker. According to Chan, the film has been stuck in development hell for over 20 years.

Little Big Soldier takes place during the Warring States Period of China, and tells the story of three men and a horse. An old foot soldier (Chan) and a young high-ranking general from a rival state (Wang) becomes the only survivors of a ruthless battle. The soldier decides to kidnap the general and brings him back to his own state in hopes for a reward in return.

Plot

On December 1, 2009, a press conference was held for the film, along with Chan's announcement of a new teaser trailer posted on the film's official Sina website. Twitch also released a plot synopsis of the film:

Production

Little Big Soldier was a joint production by China's Bona Entertainment and Hong Kong's JCE Movies Limited, a company set up by Jackie Chan in 2003. The film is notable to be in production for over 20 years; Chan had wanted to perform in and write a comedic film that took place in a historical background since the 1980s, when the Hong Kong action cinema were rising in prominence.

Casting

Chan originally had Daniel Wu in mind to play the part of the young general, but Chan disregarded the thought after realizing that he had already filmed two movies earlier with Wu. Joan Lin, Chan's wife, suggested their son Jaycee Chan, but Chan was highly against it. Lin later suggested Leehom Wang, which Chan agreed immediately.

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