When 15 girls in lace sleeves and bubble skirts took the stage at the Star Dream Theater in Shanghai on a recent Saturday night, the crowd went wild.
Beginning Friday, Hollywood will have a string of five straight weekends in which imported films receive a day-and-date release, the longest stretch ever in a market that often lags several months behind North American premieres.
Awareness and enforcement of copyright rules have become the norm in China, so too has the rush to invest in original intellectual property.
Billionaire Wang Jianlin’s plan to create a Chinese Hollywood is beginning to take shape with blockbuster projects already signing up in what is set to be the world’s biggest movie studio in Qingdao.
On October 19, LeEco made its official debut into the US market. LeEco will begin selling their smartphones and smart TVs from November 2.