Well Go USA acquires ‘SPL 2: A Time for Consequences’!

"SPL 2: A Time For Consequences" Teaser Poster

"SPL 2: A Time For Consequences" Teaser Poster

Well Go USA Entertainment has announced the acquisition of US and Canadian distribution rights to SPL 2: A Time for Consequences, directed by Pou-Soi Cheang, multiple award-winning director of Motorway and The Monkey King.

SPL 2: A Time for Consequences (read our review) stars Tony Jaa (Skin Trade), and Louis Koo (Flashpoint), as well as Wu Jing (Wolf Warrior) and Simon Yam (Cross), marking their return to the series, but in entirely new roles.

In SPL 2, a drug-abusing undercover cop (Wu Jing) is on the verge of exposing the dying kingpin of an organ trafficking ring (Louis Koo). But an unexpected bust blows his cover and lands him in a Thai prison, caught between life, death, and a prison guard with unprecedented martial arts skills (Tony Jaa).

“We can’t wait to bring the next chapter of the SPL story to the fans who made it a cult classic,” said Doris Pfardrescher, President and CEO of Well Go USA Entertainment. “Combining Tony Jaa with a cast of stars from our best-selling martial arts and action movies was beyond our expectations,” she said. “It’s been worth the wait.”

The deal was negotiated between Doris Pfardrescher at Well Go USA Entertainment and Chiu-Yi Leung of Bravos Pictures on behalf of the filmmaker.

SPL 2: A Time for Consequences will make its debut and premiere in a series of North American film festivals through the fall, with a theatrical release to follow in early 2016.

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3 Responses to Well Go USA acquires ‘SPL 2: A Time for Consequences’!

  1. Paul Bramhall says:

    2016!!!???

    • Jerry says:

      don’t worry it will be on dvd/bluray long before then. I dig Wellgo it’s just a shame they don’t release movies on more screens. They could atleast release them on demand same day as theater but they don’t.

      • Paul Bramhall says:

        It was in Australian cinemas just a couple of weeks after its Chinese release. Well Go USA are usually on the ball, but with the HK (& Australia) Blu-ray likely to hit shelves much sooner than its planned U.S. release, I can imagine this would put a dent in the distributors potential sales figures.

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