A film adaptation of the Chinese novel “Dancing Princess” has been in development for years and is set to open this summer, according to the director and producer.
The film, which is being produced by Zhang Xiaolin, the director of “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy,” will be a story of a Chinese princess who travels through the ages of China and the world, while trying to make her way as a dancer.
It is set in a fictional world with different cultural settings, but will feature many of the same characters from the book.
The novel is set before the Great Leap Forward, when China, which was previously ruled by the Han Dynasty, was invaded by foreign powers, including Britain, France, Japan, the United States and the United Kingdom.
The story follows a young princess who is captured by a powerful military officer named Zhao who plans to use her for his own political gain.
The story follows her as she tries to save her homeland from an invasion by the British.
The movie will star Lin Yu, who is currently starring in the sci-fi thriller “Lovers on the Run.”
“Dancing queen” is set for release on June 6, 2018.
The film will be directed by Zhang.
The book is currently available for pre-order.
You can also buy the audiobook version.
The Hollywood Reporter reached out to Zhang to ask if he has any news about the movie, and he said he has no comment.
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