‘Lost in Hong Kong’ Romps To New China Box Office Record


‘Lost in Hong Kong’ Romps To New China Box Office Record

by Robert Cain for China Film Biz

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Lost in Hong Kong, actor-writer-director Xu Zheng’s long anticipated sequel to his 2012 smash hit comedy Lost in Thailand, set new box office records on Friday for locally made Chinese films, with a $1.8 million gross for its midnight screenings and a $32 million opening day. The latter figure gives the picture the third biggest debut overall in China behind Furious 7 and Avengers: Age of Ultron.  Keep reading in Forbes…

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Which 15 Movies Will Get China’s Remaining 2015 Import Slots?


Which 15 Movies Will Get China’s Remaining 2015 Import Slots?

How China Crushed Hollywood’s Summer at the PRC Box Office


How China Crushed Hollywood’s Summer at the PRC Box Office

by Robert Cain for China Film Biz

TMK Hero is Back

Summer’s a Bummer For Hollywood in China

http://www.forbes.com/sites/robcain/2015/07/24/how-china-crushed-hollywoods-summer-at-the-prc-box-office/
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Celebrity Bad Boys: Salman Khan, Jaycee Chan and Movie Star Crime & Punishment


Celebrity Bad Boys: Salman Khan, Jaycee Chan and Movie Star Crime & Punishment

by Robert Cain for China Film Biz

India’s Salman Khan and China’s Jaycee Chan have received vastly different judgments for their respective crimes.

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China’s Stupendous New Movie Superhero is… Pancake Man!


China’s Stupendous New Movie Superhero is… Pancake Man!

by Robert Cain for China Film Biz

Could this be China’s first new superhero in 500 years?

Jian Bing Man

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‘Terminator Genisys’ Release in China Will be a Litmus Test For Hollywood


‘Terminator Genisys’ Release in China Will be a Litmus Test For Hollywood

by Robert Cain for China Film Biz

If ‘Terminator Genisys’ fails in China it will mark a major shift in audience tastes.

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Now China’s Exporting Hockey Players?


Now China’s Exporting Hockey Players?

Last week the National Hockey League’s New York Islanders made history by drafting the league’s first ever China-born player.

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China’s Movie Industry is Growing Faster Than Any Other Country’s Anywhere, Any Time, Ever


Despite a Slowing National Economy, China’s Movie Business is Growing Faster Than Ever

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Announcement of China’s ‘Netflix’ May Be the Death Blow for Netflix in China


Several major Chinese government owned companies have teamed up with Alibaba to form a streaming video service that may force an early end to Netflix’ China ambitions.

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Is It Time to Short China’s Media and Entertainment Companies?


Fueled by liquidity, leverage, and rampant speculation, China’s stock markets have reached fever pitch levels and look ripe for a correction.

If you missed out on the recent Chinese market boom and you’re looking for a way to make make up for it, you might consider taking advantage of the recent Shanghai and Shenzhen stock market rule changes that now allow investors to short equities.

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