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The trailer of the epic action "Dragon Blade" starring Jackie Chan, Adrien Brody and John Cusack has gone viral after its release.

As the film catches the attention of Chinese epic action fans, history buffs are also quick to notice possible history errors featured in its story. One of these is  the fact that the real-life Tiberius played by Brody never actually led a giant attack on China because they are unlikely to speak English at the time.  

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Written and directed by Daniel Lee, "Dragon Blade" has been filmed on a record-breaking $65 million budget, making it one of the most expensive Chinese-language films ever made. Among the films under Lee's belt are "Three Kingdoms: Resurrection Of The Dragon" and "14 Blade."

The story of "Dragon Blade" revolves around the battle between Rome and China's Han Dynasty from 206-220 AD, which was based around the Western Regions' Protection Squad commander Huo An played by Chan. Specifically, the story focuses on a captured prince, a Roman Emperor and a Roman soldier.

Cusack plays the Roman soldier named Lucius, who rescues a prince, joins forces with Chan's character and makes his escape to China.

While it is set to hit theaters on Feb. 19, 2015 in China, the release date of "Dragon Blade" in the United States is yet to be announced.

Joining Chan, Brody and Cusack in the "Dragon Blade" cast are K-Pop superstar Choi Siwon of Super Junior, Peng Lin, faith Ugurlu, Kevin Lee, Vander McLeod, Sharni Vinson, Benny Urquidez, Raiden Integra, Joel Adrian and Temur Mamisashvili among others.  

Watch "Dragon Blade" trailer here: