Meet Jackie Chan’s Body Double

 /  People  / 
Soldier-turned-actor Liu Peng, who has worked as a body double for martial arts superstar Jackie Chan since 2014, talks about how he caught his first big break. Read More

Chinese Films to Watch on Netflix Tonight

 /  Reviews  / 
For the Chinese film fan -- or for the film industry professional trying to bone up on the best of the recent oeuvre -- Netflix is a good resource, but it's not a great one. Read More

Alibaba Pictures Posts $139 Million 2016 Loss

 /  Money  / 
The company blamed soaring sales and marketing of RMB 1.1 billion (US$159.6 million) for the expanded loss, which compared with an RMB 466 million net profit in the previous year. Read More

Jackie Chan Set for December, January China Releases

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"Skiptrace" star Jackie Chan will appear in two new films in December and January, respectively, while shooting on "Viy 2," co-starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, continues. Read More

Chinese Star Fan Bingbing Quits Shark Horror-Adventure ‘Meg’

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Chinese actress Fan Bingbing has announced she is pulling out of the thriller Meg (巨齿鲨), being made by Warner Bros. and Chinese company Gravity Pictures. Read More

China Box Office: ‘League of Gods’ Rises to Top But Fails to Score Big

 /  Box Office  / 
Analysts can blame drop in subsidized ticketing for box office slump, but only quality films will entice moviegoers back into cinemas. Read More

On Screen China: ‘Skiptrace’ Steady, But Box-Office Cool-down Continues

 /  Box Office  / 
Jackie Chan, Johnny Knoxville comedy is now on track to become the biggest local-language film of the summer but its probable $125 million finish means China’s once red-hot box office is slumping compared with 2015. Read More

China Box Office: Chan, Knoxville ‘Skiptrace’ $6oM Clobbers ‘Tarzan’

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Jackie and Johnny buddy comedy dominated 57% of ticket sales, while Warner Bros’ jungle hero drew just 15% Read More

China Box Office: ‘Tarzan’ Swings to First Place, Jackie Chan’s ‘Skiptrace’ Could Lure Summer out of Doldrums

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Warner Bros.’ "The Legend of Tarzan" swung to first place with a RMB 46.8 million ($7.0 million) debut, a reign likely to be cut short by "Skiptrace," perhaps the only Chinese-language film with the potential to gross RMB 1 billion ($150 million) this summer. Read More

China Box Office: ‘Cold War 2’ Tops Sales for 2nd Week Amid July Lull

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As of Monday, July ticket sales totaled only RMB 2.5 billion, down 14% compared to the same period in July 2015 Read More