DAILY BRIEF: Sep 14, 2021


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    ‘No Time to Die’ Set to Hit China After Passing Official Censorship

    The latest James Bond film, “No Time To Die,” will have its chance to blow up the Chinese box office this year, as it has now passed local censorship and has a ticket into the world’s largest film market. Variety

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    Chinese Social Media Site Weibo Suspends 22 K-pop Accounts

    A group of K-pop fans in China have become the latest victims of a crackdown on celebrity culture. BBC News

  • 3

    Comedy Film Slated to Premiere on New Year's Eve

    Comedy film "Another Me," which pairs Chinese comedy stars Ma Li and Chang Yuan, will hit cinemas across China on December 31. Shine

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    James Wan’s ‘Malignant’ Scores Day-and-Date Streaming Release in China

    "Malignant," director James Wan’s much anticipated return to the horror genre, has scored a rare day-and-date streaming release in China. The Hollywood Reporter

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    ‘Crouching Tiger’ Star Zhang Ziyi to Make Directorial Debut With Patriotic Chinese Blockbuster

    Chinese actor Zhang Ziyi will make her directorial debut with a short titled “Poem,” part of a high-profile patriotic omnibus blockbuster set for release on Oct. 1, China’s National Day. Variety