Million Dollar Crocodile Finds a Home in the U.S.

Chris Savage

It has been a very long time since we heard anything regarding China’s killer crocodile flick, Million Dollar Crocodile. But, with the passing of time it appears as if the film will be making its way to the U.S.

According to Dread Central, Screen Media Films have acquired the North American rights to Million Dollar Crocodile, which is scheduled for a release in the first quarter of 2013.

Now I don’t know about you guys, but I am totally on-board for this one, its been a while since I’ve seen some crocodile action.

Synopsis: “Xiao Xing, a little boy, lives in the small town of Mei Jia Wu. He’s in the 4th grade at school and has a best friend named Amao, who is an eight-meter long crocodile. They get along with each other, peacefully. For many years Amao has been living in a local crocodile farm run by tough Bald Liu, who caught Amao in Thailand. But this year Bald Liu has to sell all the crocodiles due to bankruptcy. Unfortunately, the notorious tricky businessman Zhao Da Zui bought them all for developing a series of crocodile meat based meals. When he learns the crocodiles are going to be killed, Amao pulls apart the ropes angrily, which leads all of the crocodiles fighting for their lives to kill the chef and escape. This incident shatters the calm little town and Mei Jia Wu’s quiet and easy life. Xiao Xing and his father, Da Wei Wang, were all involved and the crocs are on the HUNT.”


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