A mountain peak in China's Hunan province that locals insist was the inspiration for "Avatar's" floating Hallelujah Mountains has been renamed "Avatar."
Censorship in China is being extended to mobile phone text messages.
The number of online game players in China surged 33% to hit 66 million over the past year.
China has launched a film development plan promising financial incentives and a favorable regulatory background to help forge a "great leap forward" for the biz.
China's karaoke bars are being monitered as part of the government's crackdown on vulgarity and dissent.
More and more of China's most beloved institutions, the karaoke parlours, are playing their part in the government crackdown on vulgarity and dissent as they are monitored by direct links that allow…
The 2D version of "Avatar" is being pulled from more than 1,600 screens in China to make way for "Confucius," a patriotic, state-backed biopic of the philosopher, which will bow Friday.
The saga over web giant Google's threat to leave China over cyber-spying and censorship concerns continues after the company denied reports that it had already made a decision and was set to quit the…
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.
The Chinese government has canceled two Chinese entries in the Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival.