Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone's La La Land to premiere in China on Valentine's Day

Hollywood fans in China must be eagerly waiting for premiere of the film on Valentine's Day.

Critics' Choice Awards 2016
L-R) Producer Gary Gilbert, actors Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, director Damien Chazelle, producer Jordan Horowitz, costume designer Mary Zophres and composer Justin Hurwitz pose backstage with their award for Best Picture for 'La La Land" during the 22nd Annual Critics' Choice Awards in Santa Monica, California, U.S., December 11, 2016. Reuters

The producers of the Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone starrer movie La La Land are intending to share the Oscar nominee film with the Chinese movie lovers as well. Adding on the premiere of the film was perfectly timed on Valentine's Day.

When Hollywood movie "Now You See Me 2" was shown in China it boosted its box-office results to $335 million. Now, the other Hollywood movies also want to try their luck to achieve the same results.

According to reports, the $30 million project of La La Land had earned a domestic box office of $118 million and now the earnings from China would be a bonus to the producer of the film. Before Feb. 14, the preview of La La Land has started to circulate in selected cinemas in China.

The Damien Chazelle directed film is about two aspiring artists who try to look for love and fame in Los Angeles. The film got seven awards at the Golden Globes which includes Best Director, Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Actor.

La La Land actor Ryan Gosling shared that one of the hardest scene was him playing the piano as Gosling wasn't an expert and learned it only three months. Though, the director had a hand double, Damien Chazelle really wanted to shoot the scene without a hand double and Gosling succeeded in giving the prefect shot required without a hand double.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the second difficult scene of the movie was the sing-and dance number that was to be shot with Emma Stone on the top of a hill. The shot was actually taken on top of a real hill and to make things worse they only had 30 minutes to shoot the scene under the perfect light conditions.

Hollywood fans in China must be eagerly waiting for premiere of the film on Valentine's Day.

This article was first published on February 12, 2017