“Who Do You Think You Are?” was given a second chance by TLC after NBC cancelled the series last year, and now it looks like the unscripted family history program has become a new mainstay on cable…
If You Are The One 2
A ludicrous marital drama-cum-morality play from contemporary black cinema's most prolific multihyphenate.
"Catch Me if You Can" arrives at the Pantages without the star energy of its original Broadway leads.
China Lion Entertainment CEO Milt Barlow is ankling the company but will remain its second-biggest shareholder.
When asked about the impact of the French Revolution, China's late Premier Zhou Enlai, Mao Zedong's trusted lieutenant, allegedly replied, "It's too early to tell."
The name Feng Xiaogang itself is enough to get people to go to the movies in China.
Tim Robbins and Adrien Brody have joined the cast of director Feng Xiaogang's as-yet-untitled story of the deadly famine in central China in 1942 during the war against Japan.
When helmer Tom Shu-yu Lin set out to create a film version of one of his favorite books -- Taiwanese author and illustrator Jimmy Liao's "The Starry, Starry Night" -- he had in mind a small arthouse…
Sadness overcomes comedy in the sequel to the boffo 2008 Sino hit.
Star Chinese Movies has signed an exclusive pay TV deal with top Chinese shingle Huayi Brothers, which will give the movie channel exclusive cable TV, pay-per-view and video on demand rights to its…
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