The Yin-Yang Master: Dream of Eternity

The Yin Yang Master: Dream Of Eternity was organized by Chinese hitmaker Guo Jinming, the movie will broadcast on Netflix on February 5 attending its Chinese theatrical publish this Christmas.

Release Date:

Netflix is expanding its collection of high-end Chinese advertising films with the fantasy film “The Yin-Yang Master: Dream of Eternity”. The feature staged by Guo Jingming, a youth favorite director, will premiere on Netflix on February 5, 2021, in every market where streamers are active.


The film was adapted by the Japanese writer of the fantasy novel Baku Yumemakura Onmyoji, who has spawned numerous adaptations for comics, television, films, and video games in Asia since it was first published in 1986.
Goo, known for his Tiny Times franchise which grossed over $ 300 million in China, is also writing a new Chinese adaptation. The film is slated for a Christmas theater screening in China.


The Yin-Yang Master: The Dream of Eternity tells the story of the country’s four best Yin-Yang masters who are summoned to slay the serpent demon in the capital city – the most powerful demon in the world who awakens every 100 years. Meanwhile, a conspiracy is revealed between the princess and the head of the royal bodyguard to claim the snake’s immortal life.

READ MORE:  When is “Dickinson” Season 2 Coming Out? Here's What to Know About Apple TV!!

Major Casts:

The film stars Mark Chao (Saturday Fiction), Alan Deng (Ashes of Love), Olivia Wang (My Aunt’s Postmodern Life), and Jesse Lee (Call Port). The film’s creative team consists of Japanese composer Kenji Kawai (Ghost in the Shell, Ip Man 4), South Korean studio VFX 4th Creative Party (Okja, Snowpiercer) and Chinese designer Tu Nan (Legend of the Demon Cat).
The film is produced by Hehe Pictures, ZUI, Thinkingdom Pictures, Shanghai Film Group and the government-sponsored Black Ant Film.
The bargain for Netflix was reconciled by
• Clement Magar
• GM of Fortissimo Films, who deals with the international exchanges of the title.

The film, which was previously presented as a two-way film, completed most of its lens before the blockade caused by the coronavirus and finished its main photography at Hengdian Studios in April. Previous footage of Netflix’s Chinese films includes the sci-fi blockbuster The Wandering Earth, the teen thriller Animal World, and the romantic drama We and They.