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Jackie Chan vs. Arnold Schwarzenegger in new film
A new fantasy film raised some eyebrows in the audience contemplating Chinese kung fu star Jackie Chan faced an epic battle with American action star Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Film inspired by Edgar Snow's bestseller to hit theaters
​"The Secret of China," a film inspired by American journalist Edgar Snow's book "Red Star over China," is set to hit Chinese theaters on Aug. 8, according to the China Film Distribution and Exhibition Association.
'Avengers 4' dethrones 'Avatar' to be top grossing film
Marvel blockbuster "Avengers: Endgame" has blown past the 10-year record of James Cameron's "Avatar" to become the highest grossing worldwide release of all-time.
2019 Emmys highlights real-life 'Game Of Thrones' battle between HBO, Netflix
The nominations for the 71st annual Emmy Awards were announced at Wolf Theatre in Hollywood earlier this week, highlighting the escalating real-life game of thrones race going on behind the scenes.
'The Lion King' tops North American box office in debut weekend
Disney's "The Lion King" dominated the North American box office charts this weekend, bringing in a smashing 185 million U.S. dollars in its opening weekend.
Domestic film featuring guide dog to hit cinemas
"Little Q," a domestic film telling the tales of a guide dog, will hit Chinese cinemas on July 25.
TV series on China's manhunt for economic crime fugitives starts shooting
A new TV drama series based on China's manhunt operation codenamed "Fox Hunt," which targets economic crime fugitives, has started shooting.
Masterpieces of Hong Kong films screened in Beijing
​A total of 12 film masterpieces from Hong Kong will be featured at the Broadway Cinematheque MOMA in Beijing from Thursday to Aug. 4.
HK star Simon Yam stabbed in shocking scene
Famous Hong Kong actor Simon Yam was stabbed in the stomach while attending a promotional event on Saturday morning for an opening ceremony of a furniture store in Zhongshan, Guangdong province.
Cinema's summer love story
For three consecutive weeks since the start of summer vacation, China's weekly box-office revenue has surpassed 1 billion yuan ($145.3 million), boosting the morale of struggling domestic filmmakers after a first-half slowdown.
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