China TV Sales on the Fritz

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Sales of television sets in China have fallen to their lowest level in five years, while manufacturers’ profits have also plummeted, a senior Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) official said at an industry conference. Read More

Hobnob in Hong Kong: CineAsia 2017 Places Special Focus on China

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At CineAsia, attendees will get the chance to hear about the current trends and new state-of-the-art technologies in the motion picture industry. This year’s show will take place at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre on December 11-14. Read More

China Box Office: Smurfs Come Up Short, F8 Remains #1

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Despite dropping nearly 75% from its opening weekend, 'The Fate of the Furious' lapped a weak field to race closer to the record established by its predecessor for highest-grossing import of all-time. Read More

How Much Have The Hollywood Studios Earned In China?

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Disney easily leads all Hollywood studios in China largely thanks to the success of its Marvel Cinematic Universe. Read More

How Many Import Slots Does Each Studio Get?

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Many casual observers of the Chinese film industry and even some working within it believe quota spots are given out evenly amongst Hollywood studios, yet data shows that a studio’s output in China can vary widely from year-to-year. Read More

Wanda and Sony Team Up for 2017’s ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

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Billionaire Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda reportedly is close to a major motion-picture team-up with Sony. Read More

China Box Office: ’Apocalypse’ Starts Big but ‘Warcraft’ Opening will Clip its Wings

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Had Fox been able to secure a day-and-date release mutants of 'Apocalypse' might have had a bigger shot. We predict a $110 million gross. Read More

China Box Office: ‘London’ Opens Better in China than in U.S.

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Barring an explosive breakout for Disney’s ‘The Jungle Book’ opening Friday April 15, China’s booming box office is at risk of its first year-on-year down month since December 2013. Read More

On Screen China: Sony’s Marketing Caper Wins at Box Office for 007

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Bond-mania swept over China this past weekend, much to the delight of Sony, which has struggled with underperforming releases this year in the world’s second-biggest film market. Spectre, the 24th installment in the enduring spy series, pulled in nearly $49 million from Chinese moviegoers in its first three days. Spectre’s $15 million opening day on Read More