Tencent Pictures has boarded a movie remake of "The Magic Blade," a classic martial arts picture originally produced at Shaw Brothers.
HONG KONG — Robert Rodriguez's nascent El Rey cable TV network has struck a long-term programming partnership with Hong Kong's Celestial Pictures. The five year deal gives El Rey Network access to…
Celestial Classic Movies, the movie channel built around the Shaw Brothers film library, will mark the death of Sir Run Run Shaw with a rescheduling of its line-up next week.
The jury of the New Horizons film festival has named "Celestial Wives of the Meadow Mari" by Russian helmer Alexey Fedorchenko the winner of its 13-film international competition July 28.
After years of posturing, Weinstein Co. and Celestial move ahead with the remaking of Chinese classics.
HONG KONG — A+E Networks has unwound its Asian channel distribution partnership with Malaysia's Astro and will instead run the business as a stand-alone company. Currently known as AETN All Asia…
Lionsgate has named Brian Goldsmith, a key player in the acquisition of Summit, co-chief operating officer alongside Steve Beeks, to spearhead corporate development for the studios growing platform…
With the Chinese box office booming, Lionsgate will be seeking still more "Hunger Games" coin in that market with an early June launch for its blockbuster.
Lionsgate and Saban Capital's new China venture Celestial Tiger Entertainment has inked content deals with local VOD platforms for film and TV content including "Mad Men," "Reservoir Dogs" and…
Chinese shingle Celestial Pictures has teamed up with the Beijing Film Academy and Youth Film Studio to launch a screenplay competition.
Chinese shingle Celestial Pictures has set up an office in Taiwan to reflect the expanding biz there, and named industry veteran Jeffrey Soong as managing director.
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