Zhang Ziyi in John Woo's new movie

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25 Jan – Zhang Ziyi recently revealed that she will be working in director John Woo's long-delayed movie, "Love and Let Love".

TVB News World website reported that in an interview with a mainland media, the actress disclosed that she will be reunited with her "The Grandmaster" co-stars, Song Hye-gyo and Chang Chen in the movie, which begins filming early next month in Shanghai.

John Woo had originally planned to film the movie last year, but had to set the project aside after discovering a tumour in his neck. The director then underwent therapy and treatment.

He was also reportedly in plans to start a new project – a remake of French director Jean-Pierre Melville's "Le Samourai".

Meanwhile, Zhang Ziyi also revealed that she has decided to retire from martial arts movies, 12 years after her first, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon".

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