"Haider," "Hill of Freedom," "Ode To My Father" in race for best picture.
‘Gone With The Bullets’
Jiang Wen's fifth film is a saucy picaresque through a world of grifters, raconteurs and dreamers.
Tsui Hark's 3D war action adventure starys New Year as it finished 2014.
China narrows the gap with North America as local films again beat Hollywood and screen openings hit 15 per day.
Jiang Wen's satirical comedy enjoyed more than 50% market share, but may not break records.
Most anticipated Chinese film of the year apparently runs into last minute censorship problems
How far ahead of last year's B.O. record will December's collection of blockbusters push the total?
Columbia Pictures has boarded "Gone With The Bullets," a comedy actioner by top Chinese director Jiang Wen that will be presented in 3D.
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