Chinese cinema operators added an astonishing 5,077 new cinema screens last year, as they opened a massive 903 new complexes.
Theatrical box office in China surged by nearly 35% in the first three quarters of this year. Hollywood pictures recovered ground in September.
"No Man Land," a controversial Chinese film noir by top director Ning Hao, is to get a theatrical release in December, more than three years after it was banned.
Is Hollywood doing something wrong, or are Chinese filmmakers doing something right? Both, which is why American studios need to quickly rethink their roles and goals. Some already are.
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…
Cable TV, theatrical B.O. and advertising propel continuing expansion
BEIJING — Motion Picture Assn. of America chairman Chris Dodd believes opportunities are growing at a furious pace for Hollywood in China and the whole dynamic of the world's second biggest film…
Hollywood may soon have less red tape to negotiate in China: the powerful State Administration of Radio, Film and Television and the General Administration of Press and Publication are to be merged…
February marked a high in Hollywood-China relations as incoming President Xi Jinping hiked the quota of foreign films allowed in and applauded a major studio venture with DreamWorks Animation in…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures