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Dan Mintz

Critic’s Notebook: ‘PEN15’ and the Resurgence of the Horny Teen Nerd Girl

The rise of TV's erotically charged dorky girls is lifting the veil on the inner lives of young women who were never the sexless killjoys pop culture imagined them to be.

DMG Entertainment’s Chinese Affiliate Crashes on Shenzhen Stock Exchange

DMG Entertainment, once known as a gatekeeper between Beijing and Hollywood, is facing mounting financial woes at its publicly listed sister company in China, Yinji Entertainment & Media.

DMG to Invest $300M in Entertainment, Technology, Media Sectors

Dan Mintz's company says it wants to partner with "top entrepreneurs, operators and complementary growth or private equity capital firms looking to expand globally, particularly into China’s lucrative market."

Hasbro, DMG Sign Deal to Create Huge ‘Transformers’ Attraction in China

The world's first live 'Transformers' experience, described as a "cross between an action-adventure spectacle, a theme park attraction and a theatrical show," will debut in China in 2017.

China Box Office: ‘Mojin’ Crushes Records With Massive $92M Debut

While the rest of the planet was transfixed by 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens,' a local fantasy epic achieved China's third-largest weekend opening ever.

James Cameron, DMG Partner for ‘Terminator 2’ 3D Rerelease Targeting China (Exclusive)

Working with Studiocanal, Cameron and the China-linked studio will create the digitally remastered 3D conversion with StereoD, for a worldwide release in 2016.

DMG Pacts With China Film Association to Promote Chinese Movie Industry

The company behind Hollywood co-productions "Looper" and "Iron Man 3" joins the state-backed group to tackle issues facing the business in the country.

After Lengthy Ban, ‘No Man’s Land’ Blasts Onto Chinese Screens

Once seen as "depraved" and "trashy," Ning Hao's edgy road thriller passes the censor's approval.

DMG’s Dan Mintz on How to Work With China, Remaking ‘Point Break’ and Johnny Depp’s Next Film (Q&A)

The CEO of the Beijing-based entertainment company talks to THR about government restrictions, the rise of local movies and the biggest change in the last 20 years: "China sells itself now."

Robert Downey Jr. to Attend Beijing Launch of ‘Iron Man 3’ (Exclusive)

The actor will be present at an April 6 event aimed at boosting the Chinese credentials of the film, which was partly shot in the city and features local A-listers Fan Bingbing and Wang Xueqi.