Growth of China's film market appears to have slowed in 2016, signaling more rational and sustainable development, according to industry professionals.
  • 12/27/2016
In a Chinese box office contest new releases “See You Tomorrow” and “Railroad Tigers” debuted ahead of holdover "The Great Wall” on the Christmas weekend.
  • 12/27/2016
South China's Guangdong Province has officially announced the establishment of a TV and Film Center in Foshan City, aiming to catch up with Hollywood and Bollywood.
  • 12/26/2016
Baidu, China’s Internet search giant, has denied reports that it is currently pushing for an IPO of its video streaming unit, iQIYI.
  • 12/26/2016
What a Wonderful Family, Yamada's 2016 comedy, recently has been remade by Chinese filmmakers and will open at mainland theaters on April 28.
  • 12/23/2016
Total ticket sales in China are now an astonishing $6 billion, a figure which is just short of 20 percent of all cinema revenue in the World.
  • 12/23/2016
The potential 2017 stock market listing in the U.S. or Hong Kong could raise $1 billion and value iQiyi at up to $5 billion.
  • 12/23/2016
Anhui Xinke, the Chinese metals company that last month announced a deal to buy Voltage Pictures, says that is cancelling the $345 million purchase.
  • 12/22/2016
As of Dec. 20, there were 40,917 screens in mainland China, according to the film bureau of China's State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television.
  • 12/22/2016
Alibaba and Tencent have led an injection of $360 million (RMB2.5 billion) into leading Chinese distribution and production company Bona Film Group.
  • 12/22/2016
Movie Gross Admissions
A Little Red Flower
Shock Wave 2 US$15.68(M) 2429326
Warm Hug US$11.82(M) 1937253
The Soul US$8.27(M) 1379163
Soul US$7.48(M) 1189442
Wish Dragon US$6.02(M) 1007888
A Hustle Bustle Ne... US$2.34(M) 369723
The Rescue US$1.47(M) 233653
Octonauts: The Rin... US$1.25(M) 229595
NEZHA US$0.59(M) 114576