Headlines from China: Is This Real Estate Company Trying to Replace Wanda in the Entertainment Industry?

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Will Evergrande Group, a real estate company with big ambitions to conquer the entertainment market, replace Wanda one day? Read More

Wanda Cinemas Rebrands as Wanda Film Holding, 2016 Profit Up 15 Percent

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Wanda Cinemas' name change indicates that the company still intends on reorganizing its entertainment assets after it shelved those plans late last year, when regulators expressed concern over the financial viability of the change. Read More

Despite 2016 Slowdown, Wanda’s Zeng Predicts Strong China Cinema Growth

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The president of the world's largest cinema exhibitor said earlier this week that he expects the growth of China's cinema market to resume double-digit growth despite expanding less than four percent in 2016. Read More

Wanda Seeks New Revenue through Mtime Merchandising

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A partnership between Wanda Cinemas and online film and ticketing site Mtime could use its large audience to begin pushing official merchandise sales to China's movie audience. Read More

Wanda to Partner with South Korea’s CJ CGV?

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Wanda Cinema Line, China’s biggest movie-theater operator, is in talks with CJ CGV, South Korea's largest movie theater chain, possibly with a view to partnering up in China. Read More

Post Brexit, Pound Fell, Wanda’s AMC Picked Up Odeon In Bid to Rise to No.1

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AMC's move to Europe comes amidst a stall in its attempted acquisition of Georgia-based Carmike Cinemas, which, if successful, would make a combined entity the largest exhibitor in the United States. Read More

China Box Office: ‘Warcraft’ Ticket Sales Come Under Scrutiny

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Nationwide box office data showed 82 of the top 100 grossing cinemas on Saturday belonged to Wanda, far above the usual 40 that usually constitute the list. Read More

Legal Roundup: Wang Jianlin’s European Tour

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Wanda sets sites on France and U.K., Han Capital raises $300M for film, TV; China tightens Web controls, censors shows, raises hurdles to participation. Read More