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Daniel Wu on His ‘Westworld’ Character’s Fate and Why All Humans Aren’t Responsible for the Hosts’ “Revenge” in Season 4

[This story contains spoilers for the sixth episode of Westworld, “Fidelity.”] Daniel Wu is no stranger to playing in twisty dystopic futures birthed from the mind of Lisa Joy. He previously starred in her directorial debut Reminiscence, a neo-noir science fiction thriller about a man who uses a machine designed to see people’s memories to try […]

A Hollywood Insider’s Guide to Hong Kong

Hollywood insiders like Anthony Bourdain, Nicole Kidman and Daniel Wu offer their travel guide for Hong Kong off mainland China, including hotels, restaurants and things to do.

‘Tomb Raider’ Reboot Adds ‘Into the Badlands’ Star Daniel Wu

Wu will play Lu Ren, a ship captain who teams with Alicia Vikander's Lara Croft on a quest to find her father.

Where Are the Asian-American Movie Stars?

After an uproar over the whitewashing of Asian characters in 'Doctor Strange' and 'Ghost in the Shell,' THR looks at how Asian-American representation can be improved in Hollywood.

AMC’s ‘Into the Badlands’ Sells to Chinese Streamer LeTV

The postapocalyptic martial arts drama stars Chinese actor Daniel Wu and is loosely based on a beloved Chinese classic novel.

‘I Am Somebody’: Shanghai Review

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

‘Overheard 3’ Leads Hong Kong Film Awards Nominations With Eleven

Daniel Wu, Sandra Ng and Tang Wei among the big names up for awards.

AMC’s ‘Badlands’ Casts Its Lead

International star Daniel Wu will topline the martial arts drama

China Box Office: Revenue Surges Past $3 Billion So Far in 2013, Local Movies Dominate

With the Hollywood quota of movies already filled, it's cleared the way for domestic titles to have a strong run.

China Box Office: ‘Gravity’ Soars Past ‘Catching Fire’

The space epic brought in nearly $36 million in its first six days in China as it went head-to-head with the "Hunger Games" sequel.

Beginning of the Great Revival: Film Review

Smaller in historical scope than its predecessor, hence less grandstanding and more intimate in tone, the Chinese propaganda movie co-directed by Han Sanping and Huang Jianxin is laced with a soupcon of romanticism in its portrait of Mao Zedong as a young political theorist.