In a year of Hollywood sequels, China could be seeing a lot more Western science fiction at its cinemas in 2017.
Guardians by Russian-Armenian director Sarik Andreasyan is being billed as Russia’s answer to Marvel’s superhero adventures.
Chinese social media is abuzz with speculation that 22-year-old Australian actress Natasha Liu Bordizzo has scored the role of Hua Mulan in Disney’s upcoming live-action adaptation.
For the second time ever, China's movie regulators have approved the release of a film featuring gay central characters -- but in this case, that approval is for the same movie.
For the first month of the year, normally the Chinese market serves as a dumping ground for foreign films that have bombed overseas and are bought, on the cheap, by local distributors looking to turn a modest profit.
Golden Globe-winner "La La Land" has been approved for distribution in China and will screen in the China Giant Screen format and possibly IMAX 2D, although a specific date is yet to be announced.
"Bridget Jones's Baby" will ring in the new year on January 1 in China, with "Kubo and the Two Strings" heading for Chinese cinema screens on January 13.
Rowan Atkinson’s Mr. Bean character is getting a new lease of life in a movie alongside some of China’s top comedians and crosstalk actors.
The inelegant photo of Ge is from "I Love My Family," a two-decade-old TV comedy he acted in that shows him emaciated and so recumbent he's nearly lying flat.