The TCL Chinese Theater was just one home to the “Wizard of Oz” Imax re-release this weekend — but there was no other place quite like it. The newly remodeled historic Hollywood movie palace scored a…
Sept. 15 was family day at the 75th anniversary unveiling of “The Wizard of Oz” in IMAX 3D at the newly converted TCL Chinese Theatre, formerly Grauman’s, in Hollywood, now the largest IMAX theater…
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The management of the TCL Chinese Theater gave press a sneak peak of the venue Monday and showed off a startling transformation of the historic space. A giant curved silver Imax screen hangs at the…
China has yet to establish much of a visual effects industry built on quality of work. Indeed most Chinese filmmakers tend to use Thai or Korean shops, as their graphics are better than those from…
While the Chinese film industry is booming at home, with production volume, cinema numbers and theatrical box office all racing ahead, film exports are going almost nowhere. Official figures are…
UltraStar Cinemas, a U.S.-owned exhib, is joining forces with China’s Letian Entertainment to deliver more than 40 digital movie theaters to Chinese audiences by 2016, the companies announced on…
Chinese film distributor Bona Film Group today announced its film slate for the rest of 2013 and the first half of 2014, as well as Chinese releaases for “Red 2” and “Mortal Instruments: City of…
Mainland Chinese regulators have once again moved to curb the amount of talent shows airing on Chinese TV.
HONG KONG – Chinese regulators are to ease up on film and TV censorship, according to state media sources. Film-makers will in future only be required to submit treatments for approval, rather than…
Showbox and Huayi Bros place a big bet on 'Mr Go,' a live action/CGI feature about a Chinese gorilla who plays pro baseball in Korea.