PVR Cinemas, India's largest cinema exhibition company, is to install Korea's 4DX motion and olfactory technology to ten of its multiplexes. The deal is an extension of an existing agreement between…
CJ-CGV, South Korea’s largest multiplex chain, has teamed with U.S. production outfit Let It Play to make "We Kill Death." The movie will be the first English-language film made for Screen X, a…
First a bit of history. Theater chain CGV started in 1996 as a joint venture among South Korea's CheilJedang, Hong Kong's Golden Harvest, and Australia's Village Roadshow and opened the country's…
When Wang Jianlin, chairman of China's Dalian Wanda group, sat down in January at the Wanda-owned Sofitel Hotel in Beijing, he boldly told a select group of journalists that the $3.5 billion takeover…
Unwrapping its ScreenX immersive technology at CinemaCon, CJ-CGV hopes to dazzle exhibitors and filmmakers from Hollywood and China.
South Korean exhibition giant CJ-CGV has spent $30.1 million to increase its stake in the CGV-Blitz cinema chain in Indonesia
South Korea's CJ-CGV has sealed a deal to acquire Mars Entertainment, the largest movie chain in Turkey.
Indonesia's number two multiplex chain, is seeking to raise $62 million from a huge share issue.
South Korea's CJ-CGV has ordered an additional 25 IMAX giant screens which it will locate in its Chinese theater circuit.
IMAX's giant screen cinemas will enter Vietnam for the first time following a deal with the country's largest exhibitor.
South Korea's two biggest cinema chains were this week fined for anti-competitive practises.
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