Headlines from China: ‘The Predator’ Passes Chinese Censorship

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The Predator, a 2018 American science fiction film and the fourth installment in The Predator film series, has passed the Chinese censorship, but a release date is yet to be announced.  Read More

Chinese Celebrities Given Social Responsibility Rankings

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List from Beijing Normal University and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences puts ‘Dying to Survive’ actor at the top and the recently disappeared Fan Bingbing at the bottom. Read More

Headlines from China: Chinese Box Office Hits Enter Golden Horse Awards

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A leaked list shows that several box office hits from mainland China have been selected into this year's Golden Horse Awards, the Chinese “Oscars.” Read More

Headlines from China: 132 Chinese Entertainment Companies Received Investments From BAT

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Many entertainment startup founders believe that if their companies continue to do well in China, they will likely end up being acquired by or receiving investments from Baidu, Alibaba or Tencent (BAT). Read More

Headlines from China: From ‘Dying to Survive’ to ‘Mission: Impossible-Fallout,’ Is Alibaba The Biggest Winner This Summer? 

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It seems that Alibaba Pictures is on track to become the biggest winner this summer, not just in China, but possibly around the world. Read More

Headlines from China: Nasdaq-listed iQiyi’s Q2 Total Earnings Reach $932.5 M

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On August 1, iQiyi (NASDAQ: IQ) released the company’s unaudited financial report for Q2. The report shows that iQiyi’s Q2 total revenue rose 51% year over year to 6.2 billion yuan ($932.5 million). The company remains unprofitable with a loss of 1.3 billion yuan ($200.7 million) during the reporting period. Read More

Headlines from China: How Are Chinese Films & TV Shows Doing on Netflix?

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How to choose good content and effectively promote the content to an international audience should be more important and attention-worthy than the acquisition deals themselves. Read More

China Movies Gone in 48 Hours: Asura and Schadenfreude

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The real lesson from Asura, and the reason I think its implosion will ultimately prove to be a good thing, is that it shows the Chinese film industry is maturing. Read More

Headlines from China: Huayi Brothers Movie World Officially Opens in Suzhou

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On July 22, Huayi Brothers' first theme park officially opened in Suzhou, China. The Suzhou theme park took Huayi Brothers six years and 350 million yuan ($51.5 million) to build. Read More

Headlines from China: Success of ‘Dying to Survive’ Unveils Market Potential for Movies Based on Actual Events

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The success of local dark comedy, Dying to Survive, is a good indicator that China is in need of films that reflect important issues in the society. Read More