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  1. China Box Office: Local Films Fuel First Quarter Surge of Nearly 30 Percent

    4:57 pm 4/11/2014

    Chinese moviegoers have already spent more at the movies than they did during all of 2009. Read more

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  2. China's Bona Film Group Swings to Fourth-Quarter Profit

    7:01 pm 2/27/2014

    The film producer and distributor, in which Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox owns a 19.9 percent stake, is currently looking for quota approval for "Nonstop" and "Pompeii."Read more

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  3. China Box Office: 'Hobbit 2' Drives Record Month

    2:02 am 2/25/2014

    In another sign of China's relentless growth, box office passed 3 billion yuan ($490 million) in a single month -- about the same as the full-year total in 2007 -- for the first time. Read more

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  4. China Box Office: 'Beijing Love Story' Wins Weekend After Record Valentine's Day

    11:46 pm 2/17/2014

    The romantic comedy grossed $33.15 million in its first four days, while "Frozen" was Hollywood's top performer with $17.38 million over the same period.Read more

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  5. Record 'Monkey King' Business Prompts Plans for Sequel

    5:28 am 2/6/2014

    Producers say a follow-up to the record-breaking 3D fantasy epic is planned, but are holding off on details until current run is over.Read more

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  6. China Box Office Sets Single-Day Record of $41 Million, Driven by Local Films

    3:35 am 2/4/2014

    Fantasy epic "The Monkey King" and reality TV adaptation "Dad, Where Are We Going?" both opened huge during the Lunar New Year holiday, while Disney's "Frozen" is expected to make a strong bow Wednesday. Read more

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  7. China Box Office: Local Animated Film Nudges 'Despicable Me 2' Out of Top Spot

    1:54 am 1/28/2014

    Homegrown hit "Boonie Bears: To the Rescue" takes $13.27 million for a $29.75 million cume as the Chinese industry gears up for a major boost during the Lunar New Year holiday.Read more

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  8. Chow Yun-fat Comedy 'Let the Bullets Fly' Booked for Australia, Japan, U.K. (Cannes 2011)

    10:57 am 5/16/2011

    Chinese superstars Jiang Wen and Ge You co-star in film, which was 2010's highest-grossing local pic in mainland China.Read more

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