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Filmart: Chow Yun-fat to Star in Family Drama ‘Be Water, My Friend’ (Exclusive)

Chow Yun-fat has signed on to star in 'Be Water, My Friend,' a drama being packaged and presold by Bona Film Group's sales arm Distribution Workshop.

‘Cold War 2’ (‘Han Zhan 2’): Shanghai Review

Chow Yun-fat joins Aaron Kwok and Tony Leung Ka-fai in the sequel to the 2012 Hong Kong super-hit actioner with political overtones.

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!"

Chow Yun-fat Joins Cast of ‘Cold War 2’

'Cold War' was the top-grossing Hong Kong film in 2012 and took $40 million at the Chinese box office.

‘Office’ (‘Hua Li Shang Ban Zu’/’Wa Lai Seung Ban Tsuk’): TIFF Review

Hong Kong noir-master Johnnie To's first-ever full-fledged musical, revolving around power struggles in a big corporation, will bow at Toronto and then London.

China Box Office: ‘The Man From Macau’ Surges Ahead of Rivals in Hard-fought Week

In a high-stakes week, the casino comedy from Wong Jing rode its luck at the top of the charts.

China Monthly Box Office Tops U.S. for First Time Ever

The Lunar New Year holiday led to the country's biggest box-office month with $650 million, making it the top film market in the world for February, according to research firm Entgroup.

Chow Yun-Fat Defiant in Face of Calls to Ban Him From Chinese Movie Screens

"I'll just make less then," was the 'Bulletproof Monk's' pithy response to threats to his career and future earnings

Hong Kong Protests Divide Local Celebrities

Director Wong Jing publicly cuts off all contact with stars who support the demonstrations

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

China’s 2014 Box Office Hits 10 Billion Yuan Milestone in Record Time

The country's box office total reached $1.6 billion a month earlier than last year, with domestic titles leading the way, but Hollywood releases also doing big business.

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

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