Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” a new movie in which a grown-up title character reencounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, won’t be showing in China, according to a report last week from The Hollywood Reporter. The precise reasoning for China’s film...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 11, 2020
Disney’s new live action retelling of Mulan has had a rough start at the box office, due not just to COVID and mediocre reviews, but to a series of political and human rights concerns with its production and storyline....
by Samuel Wade | Aug 20, 2020
China’s cinemas have begun to recover from an 88%, 30 billion-yuan ticket sales crash triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Last month, reopening began in low-risk areas with mandatory masks and temperature checks, a ban on...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 21, 2018
As part of a major government restructuring plan that consolidates a number of ministries and...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 2, 2016
Chinese commercial property developer and entertainment conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group has in...
by Cindy | Nov 5, 2016
Wang Jianlin, the chairman of Chinese real estate and investment firm Dalian Wanda Group, has...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 1, 2016
China this week rolled out new rules on entertainment news as top lawmakers reviewed a draft of...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 26, 2016
Two growing complaints against Hollywood—that it bows to China to secure access to its audiences,...
by Cindy | Feb 29, 2016
At The Hollywood Reporter, Patrick Brzeski reports that Chinese online streaming site iQiyi...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 18, 2016
Beijing-based film, television, and online gaming company Perfect World (完美世界) has agreed to...
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