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November-2-2018
Smart Cinema CEO in Variety500 power list
Thirteen Chinese mainland entertainment leaders, including Smart Cinema's Jack Gao, are included in the second annual edition of Variety500, an index of the 500 most influential business leaders shaping the US$2 trillion global entertainment industry.
November-2-2018
Bollywood actor expresses condolence on Jin Yong
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan expressed his deep condolence on the death of popular Chinese martial arts novelist Louis Cha.
November-2-2018
Annual China-US film festival kicks off in LA
The 14th Chinese American Film Festival (CAFF) kicked off Tuesday at the Ricardo Montalban Theater in Hollywood in the U.S. city of Los Angeles.
November-1-2018
'Ruyi's Royal Love in the Palace' brings a new light to Chinese historical drama
The 87-episode historical TV drama "Ruyi's Royal Love in the Palace" has its finale aired this month. The story is set in the reign of Emperor Qianlong (1735-1796), but it refreshes viewers' stereotypical expressions of Chinese royal harem drama.
November-1-2018
A theater in your pocket
Most of the films now running on Smart Cinema are comparatively low-budget arthouse features that struggle to compete with Hollywood blockbusters or domestic tentpoles.
November-1-2018
New Harry Potter movie stars seek to charm China
Hogwarts will hit the big screen again this month, with Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the 2nd film of the titular spin-off franchise.
October-31-2018
Chinese films to premiere at Singapore Int'l Film Festival
The 29th Singapore International Film Festival, running from Nov. 29 to Dec. 9, will feature 103 films, and six of them are from the Chinese mainland. 
October-30-2018
Long Day's Journey into Night giving director sleepless nights
With a bigger budget and stellar cast, Bi's Long Day's Journey into Night is headlined by A-listing actress Tang Wei and veteran actor Huang Jue.
October-29-2018
China's top TV host Li Yong dies of cancer
Prime Chinese TV host Li Yong has died of cancer aged 50 on Oct. 25, his wife stated on Monday morning.
October-29-2018
Tang Yan and Luo Jin announce their marriage
Chinese stars Tang Yan and Luo Jin announced their marriage by posting wedding photos at the same time on Weibo yesterday. And they wrote "I'm the bride" and "I'm the groom" respectively.
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