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December-12-2017
'Paddington 2' gains at China box office
Paddington 2, the live-action, animated sequel featuring the titular bear, has had a successful weekend since it arrived in Chinese theaters on Friday.
December-12-2017
2nd China-Cambodia film tour kicks off
The second China-Cambodia Film Tour kicked off in Phnom Penh on Monday with the aim of promoting cultural ties between the two countries, officials said.
December-12-2017
Indian cricket captain marries Bollywood actress
Indian cricket captain marries Bollywood actress
December-12-2017
Sci-fi wuxia flick broadens Chinese film genre
A new film collaboration between legendary Tsui Hark and Yuen Woo-ping broadens the dimensions of the Chinese wuxia genre after mixing elements of sci-fi with it.
December-11-2017
'Coco' leads North American box office
Disney and Pixar's animated "Coco" continued to lead the North American box office for a third weekend in a row raking an estimated 18.3 million U.S. dollars, pushing its total in North America to an impressive 135.5 million dollars through Sunday.
December-10-2017
'Justice League' tries to do it justice
​"Justice League" won on film, but lost out in the North American box office.
December-8-2017
YouTube reveals top viral videos in 2017
American video-sharing website YouTube on Wednesday revealed its most popular videos for 2017 based on time spent watching, sharing, commenting, liking and other metrics.
December-8-2017
Historical epic dramas are in vogue again
There was a time when historical epic dramas in China would usually attract the middle-aged or the elderly audiences, while the youngsters were invariably hooked on to Western series such as "Rome," "Spartacus" and "Game of Thrones."
December-8-2017
Animated Panda movie set to meet the global audience next year
The coming movie "Panda vs. Aliens" follows a group pf aliens who land on an animal planet seeking the power of a panda.
December-8-2017
Taking on Hollywood from China's Silk Road
China is offering research and opportunities to film industries across the developing world, with an eye to making significant returns on its own cinematic investments.
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