The movie “Star Belt Legend Begins” will be a Chinese-Canadian-Hungarian co-production, directed by Liu Jing and Alastair Paton (400 Boys), with the latter also the writer of the film. Alastair Paton is also the producer on the Canadian side of the venture, together with Hungarian producer József Cirkó and Chinese producers Henry Cheung and Ricky Tong.
All that is known about the movie so far is that it will be in the young adult sci-fi genre, pitting Dakota Johnson against the villain Salma Hayek.
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