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Coinllectibles™️ Announces Plans to Roll Out Fusion NFTs™️ for Phoenix Waters Productions’ Latest Film “Chungking Mansions” and accept DOGE and TRX as payment

SINGAPORE, Sept. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Coinllectibles™️, metaverse blockchain company and a fully owned subsidiary of Cosmos Group Holdings Inc. (OTC: COSG), is pleased to announce that it plans to roll out Fusion NFTs™️ for the upcoming film "Chungking Mansions" by Phoenix Waters Productions. Last month, Coinllectibles™️ made an announcement that it plans to acquire the movie production company and intends to expand into media related collectible items such as movie memorabilia.

"Chungking Mansions" by renowned producer Bizhan Tong is set to be Hong Kong’s biggest zombie film in history. The film tells the story of a group of people from across the globe who must climb the iconic Chungking Mansions building amidst a zombie outbreak in Hong Kong.

The movie will feature an international cast and the production team is in talks with Japanese action star Rina Takeda, Korean actress and fashion icon Go Joonhee, and Hong Kong actress Wiyona Yeung. Singaporean actors Desmond Tan and Rebecca Lim, who are both represented by The Celebrity Agency from Mediacorp in Singapore, are also in discussions to join the sprawling international cast. Filming is scheduled to start next Spring.

Go Joonhee would play a high-profile model attending the launch of a new fashion campaign when the outbreak occurs. Wiyona Yeung plays a wellness guru caught up in the chaos that ensues. Kevin Leslie plays a British backpacker seeking his girlfriend. Desmond Tan would play a hustler helping an American locate his family while Rebecca Lim is in talks to play a blade master and right-hand woman of the man behind the outbreak. Rina Takeda would be cast as a Special Agent from Japan seeking those responsible.

Tong promises 2 fresh twists to the genre, " Chungking Mansions contributes to the evolving tapestry of zombie lore while paying tribute to the socially charged narratives of George A. Romero, bringing it closer in tone to Jordan Peele’s Get Out and Us. "

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