Jackie Chan’s new film “Chinese Zodiac” has been released all over ASIA and will hit US theaters in the summer of 2013!
The film, written, directed by and starring Chan, tells the story of a man searching for a series of mystical artifacts based on the Chinese zodiac.
In Chinese Zodiac Cary plays “Jonathan” part of an international group that protects treasures from all around the world and gets roughed up for it.
Director of distribution Ramy Choi told The Hollywood Reporter that the film will open on “a few hundred screens” in either the spring of summer of next year, and will be released simultaneously in Europe. Stay tuned and subscribe for the North America and European release dates!
Cary has been cast in “The Hyperglot” directed by Michael Urie (He’s More Famous Than You, Partners, Ugly Betty) and starring Michael Levi Harris. Cary plays Thor and speaks ICELANDIC in the film!
Looking forward to seeing the film in festivals soon!
Cary on the Set of the Hyperglot directed by Michael Urie
Era of the New Son-in-Law, a new hit show in Mainland China is airing on several major networks in China. The show follows a few different daughters and son-in-laws and is making a splash with Chinese audiences with their fresh perspectives of family member roles.
Cary plays Peter, Meili’s handsome, sharp and well meaning boss and manager of the Publishing company.
Unfortunately, the show does not air outside of China at this point, but for those that can view it, watch it here:
Cary Woodworth in the chinese tv comedy Era of the New Son-in-Law, starring Niu Li, Lin Yong Jian
Bada bing! Cary has been cast among a slew of guidos and guidettes in this comedy being directed by Vito LaBruno. Being shot in NYC/NJ area, this is the storyline from the filmmakers:
In the ’90s, Tommy Russo ruled the Jersey club scene. His style, moves, and sheer confidence were unprecedented. Nowadays, Tommy runs an Italian Deli to support his family. His hairline has receded and his fashion has faded. When Tommy discovers his fiancé, Stefi, had an affair, he is forced back into a world that has passed him by. His friends Stan and Nick reintroduce him to the NJ nightlife. He struggles to adapt to a younger world of $400 bottles of vodka, “iced out chains” and super-spiked hair. Tommy, sinking deeper into crisis, accepts the cautionary advice of a town degenerate and through new-found motivation meets an adorable Texan named Gina. The couple hits it off. Tommy lands his own reality-television show–“The Last American Guido”–and things are looking up. That is until Gina’s overly protective ex, Johnny, conspires with Stefi in a plot to use Tommy’s reality show against him and sabotage his relationship. Tommy must fend off Johnny’s karate, Stefi’s devious charm, pressure from family and friends, and inner resentment-all to win back Gina…
Cary plays Jake, an eager beaver – the technically obsessed, sexually ambiguous crew member of the reality tv show “Last American Guido”. By the way, this is a comedy.
Updates and photos will soon follow!
From the Rule of Three Director Eric Shapiro:
Just got the great news from Big Screen Entertainment Group CEO Kimberley Kates that Rhoda Jordan & my debut feature film Rule of Three is out on iTunes! Check it out here if you missed it during its Netflix run (or if, y’know, you wanna watch it again!)…
Chinatown Storm (formally Gold Coast), produced 6 years year in Shanghai, and Zhejiang Province is finally coming out on the largest most respected network for TV Dramas in China – CCTV 8.
It’s a story in San Francisco during the late 19TH century. Cary plays Charles, the private doctor for Lin Mai. At first he clashes with Chinese doctor Lin NanSen over her Chinese medicine practices, but eventually understands the power of herbal medicine. He subsequently falls in love with her and fights for her and in the end, her life.
Episodes for the show can be seen worldwide here: