More than four years ago, just as China’s movie market was starting to boom, Thomas Tull, the producer behind blockbusters including “The Dark Knight,” “The Hangover,” “Man of Steel” and “300,” was casting about for a concept that might particularly suit Chinese audiences — and travel globally....
China’s top legislature on Wednesday adopted a sweeping new national security law touching on everything from the military and economy to the environment, religion, the Internet, food safety and space exploration, saying the country needed to bolster legal measures in the face of “ever-growing...
Mainland China’s box-office receipts jumped nearly 50% in the first half of 2015, powered by Hollywood tentpoles “Furious 7,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and “Jurassic World.”
Add Mel Gibson to the list of Hollywood stars hopping on the China film bandwagon.
North Korea has finished building an international airport terminal, state media reported Thursday, and photos show leader Kim Jong Un inspecting rather swanky amenities that include a jewelry store, a pharmacy and a coffee bar with — is that a chocolate fountain?
After its first 12 days in theaters, “Jurassic World” moved into the top 10 movies of all time in China and has become the third-highest grossing film of the year.
To grasp the enormous dimensions of the Shanghai Tower, try this simple exercise:
First came the Belly Button Challenge. Then it was a long legs test. Next up came a collarbone competition, plus feats to demonstrate the depth of one’s dimples and the fullness of one’s eyelashes.