DAILY BRIEF

Jan 15, 2021

NEWS YOU SHOULDN’T MISS

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    What it’s Like Directing a Vanity Film for a Chinese Billionaire

    "Empires of the Deep" was supposed to be "Transformers meets Shakespeare." But $100 million and a string of Hollywood directors couldn't save it. Vice

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    Japanese Remake of Chinese Drama ‘Love O2O’ Criticized on Social Media

    Netizens in China and Japan once expressed high expectations for the Japanese version, "Cinderella is Online". But Chinese netizens were disappointed after the drama was released on Japanese TV station Fuji TV and Chinese streaming platform Youku. Global Times

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    'A Little Red Flower' Continues Leading Chinese Mainland Box Office

    Chinese feature film "A Little Red Flower" on Wednesday remained the top-grossing title on the Chinese mainland market, raking in 16.76 million yuan (around 2.59 million U.S. dollars) within the day. China.org

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    'The High Note' to Inspire China's Dream Chasers

    Musical romantic comedy "The High Note" opens to the Chinese film market this weekend, and is the latest musical to come from Universal Pictures. Following its premiere in China, critics agree that the film is entertaining, inspiring, heartwarming, and is likely to strike a chord among audiences in the new year. China.org

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    iQIYI Launches China's First CV Head-Hand 6DoF VR Headset and Global Developer Recruitment Program

    iQiyi today launched a new virtual reality (VR) headset and a global developer recruitment program as the Company ramps up its push into the VR space. PR Newswire