Is Hollywood doing something wrong, or are Chinese filmmakers doing something right? Both, which is why American studios need to quickly rethink their roles and goals. Some already are.
The film that has garnered the most attention this year in China is the June release "Tiny Times," a homegrown picture that has been likened to "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Sex and the City."
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China Lion has acquired North American rights to Ziyi Zhang's “My Lucky Star” and will release the Chinese-language comedy Sept. 20 in North America day-and-date with Mainland China. The film…
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Just as glossy and shallow as its hit predecessor, this sequel is also a sexier affair that should continue the franchise's B.O. winning streak.
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Wolverine Distributor: 20th Century Fox The Marvel team has recast…
"Tiny Times" is distinctly New China. It's a Shanghai-set tale of beautiful girls and handsome boys who live in luxury and revel in their brand-name possessions and their Western-style values.
Consumerist, brand-obsessed Chinese film "Tiny Times" is heading to North American theaters after snagging $80 million at the B.O.
Trotting out more high heels and far-fetched plot twists than an Almodovar film, “Tiny Times” is China's tween girl-power fantasy extraordinaire. Adapting his bestselling serial about four bosom…
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