DAILY BRIEF: Dec 2, 2019


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    China Box Office: 'Frozen 2' Climbs Toward $100M, 'Knives Out' Nabs $13.5M

    Rian Johnson's mystery thriller has generated a wave of positive word of mouth with China's young urban filmgoers, suggesting steadying earnings in the coming weeks. The Hollywood Reporter

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    China Seeks to Root out Fake News and Deepfakes with New Online Content Rules

    Chinese regulators have announced new rules governing video and audio content online, including a ban on the publishing and distribution of “fake news” created with technologies such as artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Reuters

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    Singapore Film Fest: Yao Chen on Producing Her Own Films, Ageism in the Chinese Film Industry

    The phenomenally popular Chinese actress, who won SGIFF's cinema icon award, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about her new film 'Send Me to the Clouds,' the first release from her production company. The Hollywood Reporter

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    13 Movies Hitting Chinese Theaters in December 2019

    Here are all the major international movies to catch in Chinese theaters this December. That's Mags

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    Hong Kong martial arts cinema: Jackie Chan, in unpublished 1998 interview, talks about his hardscrabble early career

    A stuntman on Bruce Lee’s Fist of Fury, an action choreographer a year later on Police Woman – Jackie Chan talks about how he furthered his career. South China Morning Post