Jackie Chan crimer "Shinjuku Incident" has secured theatrical distribution in the U.S. and will open Feb. 5, followed by a Sony Home Entertainment DVD release on May 25.
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China has pulled two movies out of the Palm Springs Film Festival in protest over the inclusion of a film about the Tibetan independence movement.
China loves "Avatar." James Cameron's latest movie took 33 million yuan ($4.8 million) on Monday, its first day of release, setting a new opening day record.
Sundance Channel and WE tv will launch on Skylife, South Korea's only digital satellite pay-tv operator, after Rainbow Media secured licensing from the Korea Communications Commission (KCC).
Chinese pubcaster CCTV has launched the country's first national Internet-distribbed TV service, China Network Television, a key weapon in a push to expand the web's reach.
Disaster pic "2012" has shot past "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" to become the top movie hit of all time in China, adding an exclamation point to a year in which the nation's B.O. is expected…
China's Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday it regretted the World Trade Organization's decision to uphold a ruling against China's restrictions on imports of Hollywood films, as well as music and…
ITV Studios Global Ent. has announced that its general entertainment channel for Asia, Granada TV, has been picked up by South East Asia's largest pay TV operator, Astro All Asia Networks.
Chinese webizens have been banned from registering personal domain names, and those who already have personal websites could be forced to give them up, according to a new government regulation.