Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon II - The Green Destiny


2016

Film Details

Also Known As
Crouching Tiger & Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend, Untitled (Weinstein Company/John Fusco Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Sequel)
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2016
Location
Taklamakan Plateau, China; Urumchi, China; Western Provinces, China; Shanghai, China; Cheng De, China; China; Gobi Desert, China; Beijing, China; Auckland Film Studios, Auckland, New Zealand; Anji, China

Synopsis

Crew

Simon Ambridge

Assistant Director

Sarah Aubrey

Executive Producer

Poping Auyeung

Casting

Nick Bassett

Art Director

Peter Berg

Producer

Jeff Betancourt

Executive Producer

Jeff Betancourt

Editor

Daniel Birt

Set Decorator

Sarah Bowen

Executive Producer

Ron Burkle

Executive Producer

Ling Chi-wah

Stunt Coordinator

Tina Cleary

Casting

Nick Connor

Art Director

Jill Cormack

Art Director

Augie Davis

Stunt Coordinator

Ngila Dickson

Costume Designer

Monette Dubin

Visual Effects Producer

Wang Dulu

Source Material

Roberto Fernandez

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Pauline Fischer

Executive Producer

David Fu

Associate Producer

John Fusco

Screenplay

David Glasser

Executive Producer

George Hamilton

Art Director

Tony Johnson

Sound

Neil Kirkland

Set Designer

Johnny Levin

Coproducer

Bey Logan

Coproducer

Grant Major

Production Designer

Charlie Nguyen

Producer

Dave Paterson

Supervising Sound Editor

La Peikang

Executive Producer

Miranda Rivers

Casting

Marisol Roncale

Casting

Ted Sarandos

Executive Producer

Newton Thomas Sigel

Other

Newton Thomas Sigel

Director Of Photography

Carlo Siliotto

Music

Mark A. Stetson

Visual Effects Supervisor

Jay Sun

Executive Producer

David Thwaites

Executive Producer

Morten Tyldum

Executive Producer

Shigeru Umebayashi

Music

Mary Vernieu

Casting

Bob Weinstein

Executive Producer

Harvey Weinstein

Executive Producer

Ralph Winter

Executive Producer

Anthony Wong Chau-sang

Executive Producer

Yuen Shun Yi

Stunt Coordinator

Brigette Yorke

Unit Production Manager

Allison Yuen

Associate Producer

Film Details

Also Known As
Crouching Tiger & Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend, Untitled (Weinstein Company/John Fusco Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Sequel)
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2016
Location
Taklamakan Plateau, China; Urumchi, China; Western Provinces, China; Shanghai, China; Cheng De, China; China; Gobi Desert, China; Beijing, China; Auckland Film Studios, Auckland, New Zealand; Anji, China

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Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for sixteen 2001 Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress.

Nominated for the 2000 Award for Best Cinematography from the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC).

Nominated for the 2000 Award for Best Production Design in a Feature Film - Period/Fantasy from the Society of Motion Picture & Television Art Directors/ Art Directors Guild (ADG).

Nominated for the 2000 award for Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published from the Writers Guild of America (WGA).

Nominated for the 2000 Eddie Award for Best Edited Feature - Drama, from the American Cinema Editors (ACE).

Nominated for the 2000 Golden Laurel Award for Best Motion Picture from the Producers Guild of America (PGA).

It was announced that the film would be simultaneously released day-and-date on Netflix and in select IMAX theaters; however, shortly after the Netflix/IMAX release plan was announced, the nation's biggest theater chains - AMC, Regal, Cinemark, and Carmike - all said in statements that they would not carry the film. (9/14)

Began shooting August 1999.

Completed shooting late December 1999.

Shown at Toronto International Film Festival (Gala) September 7-16, 2000.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival (Opening Night) September 21 - October 5, 2000.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 22 - October 5, 2000.

Based on the fifth book in the Crane Iron series called "Iron Knight, Silver Vase" written by Wang Dulu and published in 1942.

Sequel to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" (Hong Kong/2000) directed by Ang Lee and starring Chow Yun-fat, Ziyi Zhang and Michelle Yeoh.

Ronny Yu was previously in discussions to direct.

Shown at Jerusalem Film Festival (Opening Night) July 13-27, 2000.

Shown at London Film Festival (Film on the Square) November 1-16, 2000.

Shown at New York Film Festival (Closing Night) September 22 - October 9, 2000,

Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival (Main Programme Features) January 24 - February 24, 2001.

Shown at San Sebastian International Film Festival (Opening Night) September 21-30, 2000.

Shown at Telluride Film Festival September 1-4, 2000.

Winner of two 2000 awards, including Best Foreign Language Film and Best Cinematography from the Online Film Critics Society.

Limited Release in United States February 26, 2016

Released in United States on Digital February 26, 2016

Shown at Austin Film Festival October 12-19, 2000.

Shown at Cannes International Film Festival (out of competition) May 10-21, 2000.

Shown at Deauville Festival of American Film September 1-10, 2000.

Winner of the 2000 award for Best Foreign-Language Film by the London Film Critics Circle.

Winner of the 2000 award for Best Foreign-Language Film from the Boston Society of Film Critics.

Winner of the 2000 award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Feature Film from the Directors Guild of America (DGA).

Winner of the 2000 Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing - Dialogue & ADR, Domestic Feature Film by the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE).

Winner of the 2000 Golden Satellite Award for Best Foreign Language Picture from the International Press Academy.

Winner of the Air Canada People's Choice Award at the 2000 Toronto International Film Festival.

The Country of Taiwan

Winner of four 2000 awards, including Best Film, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design and Best Music Score, from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.

Winner of four 2000 awards, including Best Foreign Language Film, Best Cinematography, Best Original Score and Most Promising Actress (Zhang Ziyi), from the Chicago Film Critics Association.

Winner of the 2000 award for Best Cinematography from the New York Film Critics Circle.

Winner of the 2000 award for Best Foreign Film from the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.

Winner of the 2000 award for Best Foreign Language Film from the Broadcast Film Critics Association. Also nominated for the award for Best Picture.

"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" was inspired by various Shanghai pulp-fiction novels of the 1920's.

Limited Release in United States February 26, 2016

Released in United States on Digital February 26, 2016 (Netflix)