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Asian-centric film 'Crazy Rich Asians' sequel in works
The follow-up of Warner Bros.' Asian-centric film Crazy Rich Asians, based on Kevin Kwan's novel of the same name, is reportedly in the development stages after an impressive box office success in its opening weekend.
TV series on China's nuclear and space programs
A TV series loosely based on the "Two Bombs, One Satellite" project began airing on Beijing Satellite TV and the video streaming site Tencent Video.
Chinese pioneer a Toronto film festival master
​The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) unveiled the lineup for the 2018 masters programme on Tuesday, consisting of 11 daring new films, which reflect on history, focus on personal introspection and critically look at society.
TV series on royal romances hits screens
One of the most anticipated TV series of the summer, "Ruyi's Royal Love in the Palace" has debuted in 18 countries and regions.
Tehran to host Finland film event
​The Iranian capital Tehran will host an event in which several Finnish films will be displayed, semi-official Mehr news agency reported on Tuesday.
Kevin Spacey's latest film glooms in debut
Scandal-plagued American actor Kevin Spacey's latest film "Billionaire Boys Club" earned only $126 in Friday's debut, marking a career low for the disgraced Hollywood star.
'Crazy Rich Asians' tops North American box office
Warner Bros' Asian-centric film Crazy Rich Asians topped North American box office in its opening weekend, breaking all expectations with an estimated $25.23 million in three days.
Scarlett Johansson tops Forbes' best-paid actresses list
American actress Scarlett Johansson garnered the top place on Forbes' 2018 list of the world's highest-paid actresses, which was released Thursday.
Plan for new Mulan ignites social media
Mulan, the legendary ancient Chinese heroine who gained worldwide fame from a 1998 Disney animated movie, is trending again on the internet.
'The Taste of Apple' brings village hero to screen
Biopic "The Taste of Apple" returned to its roots in a remote village in Hebei province on Tuesday for a special premiere to show villagers their hero Li Baoguo reenacted on the big screen.
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