A More Sino-Centric Version of 'Looper' Will Be Released in China

LA Times:
Hollywood studios have become accustomed to deleting scenes for Chinese censors. But it’s not often that footage is explicitly added for the Asian nation.

In a rare switch, two versions of the Joseph Gordon-Levitt time-travel film “Looper” will be released—with the longer, more Shanghai-centric edition coming out in Chinese theaters.

Directed by the high-concept auteur Rian Johnson (“Brick”), “Looper” follows a hit man (Gordon-Levitt) who is charged with offing targets sent from the future but finds himself in a quandary after he is ordered to kill his future self (Bruce Willis).

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