The Chinese box office sector enjoyed its biggest July of all time with a record $898 million (RMB5.49 billion) take.
The summer's big three movies kept a lock on China's box office with 'Monster Hunt' and 'Pancake Man' having a second weekend at the top.
Rising content costs and decreasing operating margins at online video subsidiary iQIYI contributed to flat profits at Chinese Internet giant Baidu at a time of steeply increasing revenue.
Chinese portal, games and video group Sohu expects to earn profits of $18 million from "Pancake Man," the mega hit comedy spoof film that is currently on release.
China's media regulators have openly criticized the country's TV content and unveiled tougher rules for reality TV shows.
"Monster Hunt," the Chinese fantasy by 'Shrek' creator Raman Hui, has become the fastest Chinese movie to score RMB1 billion.
Chinese fantasy film "Monster Hunt" has broken China's opening day box office record
Netflix says that its planned move into China, the world's most populous nation, by 2016 is uncertain.
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Franchise film, "Tiny Times 4.0" stormed the Chinese box office with an opening four day weekend of $58.4 million.
Cinema chains reveal strong performances from theatres, buy in shares