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Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin is finally letting go of his prized real estate holding in Los Angeles, the $1.2 billion luxury development site known as... [Read More]
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which also sharply limit the participation of Hollywood talent in China's enormous TV indusry - continue Beijing's broad crackdown on the content industry. [Read More]
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Fan Bingbing and actor Xiaogang Feng are believed to be the targets of a Chinese government crackdown on celebrity tax evaders which has caused projects... [Read More]
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Fan Bingbing and actor Xiaogang Feng are believed to be the targets of a Chinese government crackdown on celebrity tax evaders which has caused projects... [Read More]
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China's regulators are preparing to ban companies from subsidizing online movie ticket sales in China, ending one of the more controversial marketing practices to emerge... [Read More]
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Indonesia has picked feminist neo-western 'Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts' as its submission for the best foreign-language film race at the Oscars. [Read More]
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The Fan Bingbing scandal has widened as the removal of a cameo featuring filmmaker Feng Xiaogang from Jia Zhangke's Cannes favorite 'Ash Is the Purest... [Read More]
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THR's critic described the film as "an audacious and funny switch to features casting a sharp eye on social inequality." [Read More]
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In another downbeat weekend at the Chinese Box Office, Hong Kong action sequel L-Storm, starring an always-svelte Louis Koo, swept into cinemas with a winning... [Read More]
Just a few months ago, Fan Bingbing was China's highest-paid actress, the go-to face for Chinese luxury, now she's essentially missing in action, her whereabouts... [Read More]
Ivanhoe Pictures, the film financier and producer best known as Warner Bros' co-production partner on Crazy Rich Asians, has inked deals with several Asian production... [Read More]
Fallout' came out on top again during one of the sleepiest weekends of the year at the Chinese box office, earning $32.4 million for a... [Read More]
The swift collapse of Donald Tang's Global Road Entertainment — from grand hype to near bankruptcy in less than a year — is the latest... [Read More]
The deal is part of an expanded co-financing pact between the Chinese streaming video giant and startup film studio The H Collective. [Read More]
As the summer movie season officially came to a close last week, China's box office was up a strong 16 percent for the year to... [Read More]
The listing would step up the Tencent-backed company's battle with rival ticketing service Tao Piao Piao, owned by Jack Ma's Alibaba. [Read More]
The strong opening gave Tom Cruise a career high in the huge China market. [Read More]
The prolific actor will walk the red carpet and participate in a master class at the growing Asian film event, which celebrates its third edition... [Read More]
The new version of the hit Scandinavian crime series is being produced by Viu, the Hong Kong-based streaming video service. [Read More]
The Paul Rudd superhero pic scored Marvel's fourth-biggest China opening ever, while Warner Bros' 'The Meg' climbed towards $150 million. [Read More]
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