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Critic’s Picks: A December To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

SoCal cinephiles have a plethora of holiday options outside the multiplex, including screenings of works by Spike Lee, Stanley Kubrick, William Friedkin and Hayao Miyazaki.

‘Chasing the Dragon’ (‘Jui Lung’): Film Review | Filmart 2018

'Chasing the Dragon', starring Andy Lau and Donnie Yen, is a reboot of two classic Hong Kong gangster flicks, 'To Be Number One' and 'Lee Rock.'

Filmart: Andy Lau to Produce TV Series for Fox

The Hong Kong superstar will produce the five-episode 'Trading Floor,' about the financial industry in Hong Kong.

‘The Great Wall’ (‘Chang Cheng’): Film Review

Matt Damon teams up with Chinese A-listers to battle monsters in 'The Great Wall,' Zhang Yimou's first English-language feature.

Filmart: Andy Lau Boards Action Thriller ‘Shock Wave’

Lau's new production company, Infinitus Films, will be involved in the production.

Psy to Appear in Chinese Film ‘From Vegas to Macau 3’

"I've heard a lot about you," the pop rapper says in the trailer, while wearing a bright white suit. "Let's do it!"

‘I Am Somebody’: Shanghai Review

Extras struggle to get their big break in a Chinese salute to the film industry.

‘Lost and Love’ (‘Shi Gu’): Film Review

Hong Kong A-lister Andy Lau and rising Chinese star Jing Boran hit the road to look for their offspring in Peng Sanyuan's child-abduction drama

Chow Yun-Fat Speaks Out in Support of Hong Kong Democracy Protestors

The Bulletproof Monk criticises the police's use of tear gas on demonstrators

Lava Bear to Produce Chinese Action Thriller ‘The Bodyguard’ Starring Andy Lau

Currently in production in Northern China, the Sammo Hung-directed movie will be released in 2015

China Box Office: Feng Xiaogang’s ‘Personal Tailor’ Takes Record Opening

The comedy triumphs in the face of critical hostility and investor skepticism, earning $51.91 million in its first four days.

China Box Office: Hong Kong Action Film ‘Firestorm’ Blazes to Top Spot

The Andy Lau-starring police action movie takes $27 million in its first four days of release, while "Gravity" hangs on with another $2.96 million for a $70.12 million China cume.