Bona Film Group's CEO Yu Dong, CFO Xu Liang, Nasdaq vice-president for new listings and capital markets Robert McCooey, Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Chinese actor Chen Kun visit Nasdaq in New York on Dec 9, 2011, and count down for the opening bell.
  • 12/12/2011
Zhang Yimou is banking on heartthrob Christian Bale to help boost the country's chances of winning an Oscar, with his latest film on a tragic chapter in the nation's history.
  • 12/12/2011
Though he has a penchant for melodrama in his films, Zhang Yimou is often seen as the man with the pulse on the Chinese box office. The celebrated director made the world realize that China is not only a large market for Hollywood films, but also for homemade blockbusters.
  • 12/09/2011
When China joined WTO in 2001, there was general apprehension in the film industry that it was akin to letting the wolf through the door. Nowadays China's film industry was still miniscule compared to that of the United States.
  • 12/09/2011
Hit Chinese animation series "Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf", based on the popular eponymous TV series, will premier its new dragon-themed film on January 12th next year.
  • 12/09/2011
Bona Film Group, the producer film Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, suddenly declared on Tuesday night that it will advance the movie's premier to 2pm on December 15th.
  • 12/08/2011
Imax Corp. has taken another step into mainland China via a deal with Orange Sky Golden Harvest Cinemas for four digital theaters to go into newly-built multiplexes.
  • 12/08/2011
In its second second week on the screens, director Daniel Lee's historical blockbuster, "White Vengeance," has topped the Chinese Mainland's box office charts, reports.
  • 12/08/2011
The Indian film "3 Idiots" will start screening in the Chinese mainland on Thursday, December 8, 2011, with the original and Chinese-dubbed versions being shown, according to China Film Group Corporation - the film's importer.
  • 12/08/2011
"Kung Fu Panda 2," DreamWorks Animation's blockbuster animated film about a Chinese culture-based panda, led a pack of 10 nominated films for the 39th Annual Annie Awards.
  • 12/07/2011
Movie Gross Admissions
The Eight Hundred US$19.58(M) 3404382
Mulan US$3.70(M) 739245
Tenet US$3.59(M) 672736
The Invisible Witn... US$1.51(M) 332537
Xiu Mei Ren Sheng US$0.87(M) 173483
Kikujiro no natsu US$0.85(M) 180519
I’m Living It US$0.82(M) 168682
Love You Forever US$0.56(M) 115033
Trouble US$0.32(M) 77280