A new reality TV show Chinese Bands will see veteran music industry figures help undiscovered local bands create original Chinese-style songs.
American blockbuster Kong: Skull Island saw 500 million yuan ($72.6 million) in earnings for the week ending March 26, the clear box office winner for the week, China Film News reported Tuesday.
The next installment of the car-racing cinematic franchise The Fast and the Furious is due soon. With a radical twist in the plot, expectations are high.
While 3D animations sometimes become box office blockbuster, “3D animation is not my cup of tea as it has killed the curiosity and imagination among many producers,” said renowned French filmmaker Michel Ocelot during an exclusive interview with China Daily Website.
Disney's live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast continued to dominate the North American box office with an estimated $88.3 million this weekend, and powered the movie studios to have the best cumulative march film attendance ever.
A Chinese remake of the 2015 hit Japanese TV series A Restaurant with Many Problems is making waves online.
When Dan Stevens met his Beauty and the Beast co-star Emma Watson in preproduction, she wanted to get to work analyzing the story and the themes. He just wanted to talk about her UN speech about gender inequality.
A heroine from the 1961 revolutionary novel Red Crag has been brought to life on the small screen in a new TV series.
IQiyi, the Chinese major online video platform, announced plans to cooperate with Swiss food giant Nestle on Tuesday to launch China's first online video channel tailored for internet users aged above 50.
Beijing Film Panorama of the 7th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF) will screen a number of motion picture classics, including Gone With The Wind, the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, and a tribute screening of David Lynch films.
A total of 326 cinemas nationwide were punished for box office fraud, following investigations into violations of the law on the film industry that went into effect on March 1.
In Kong: Skull Island, which hits Chinese mainland theaters on Friday, the creature is the biggest it has been in the franchise's 84-year-long history. Xu Fan reports.