director Ang Lee has chosen his follow-up feature to
Brokeback Mountain, and it's worlds away from
gay cowboys and 1960s Wyoming. Focus Features announced
Tuesday that Lee would stay with his Brokeback
studio for Lust, Caution, a Chinese-language
espionage thriller set in World War II-era
Shanghai. Wang Hui-Ling, who previously wrote Lee's
Eat Drink Man Woman and Crouching Tiger,
Hidden Dragon, will adapt a short story by
Eileen Chang for the screenplay. Brokeback Mountain
is Focus Features' all-time highest grossing film,
with a global box-office take of $178 million. (The
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