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Shanghai Film Festival: Mike Tyson, Donnie Yen Face Off on the Red Carpet

DreamWorks Animation chief Jeffrey Katzenberg, British actress Rosamund Pike and local superstar Fan Bingbing also walked the carpet.

Hong Kong Filmart: Mike Tyson Signs Up for ‘Ip Man 3’

Producer Raymond Wong promises "an explosive fight" when the former heavyweight boxing champ goes head to head with Donnie Yen in the latest installment of the popular kung fu franchise.

Hong Kong Action Star Donnie Yen to Star in English-Language ‘Noodle Man’ (Exclusive)

Michael Shamberg, whose credits include 'Django Unchained' and 'Get Shorty,' is producing the action feature

‘Kung Fu Jungle’ to Get World Premiere at London Film Festival

The Teddy Chen film features action star Donnie Yen and Michelle Bai

‘Spider-Man 2,’ ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ to Open in China in May

An annual blackout period used by the Chinese government to boost local films in the world's second-biggest movie market will soon come to an end.

China Box Office: Local Comedy Takes Top Spot, ‘Captain America’ Sequel Drops to Third Place

A strong performance by Chinese movies, such as "My Old Classmate," outshines Hollywood releases ahead of the upcoming May Day holiday.

Record ‘Monkey King’ Business Prompts Plans for Sequel

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.

China Box Office: Local Animated Film Nudges ‘Despicable Me 2’ Out of Top Spot

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.

Hong Kong’s Media Asia Announces Two Donnie Yen Action Vehicles

"The Master" and "Dragon City" will be shopped at Cannes and produced by Super Hero, the production banner co-founded by Yen and Media Asia.

‘Iron Man 3’ Expected to Go Ahead as American-Chinese Co-Production

American producers are still in "a learning process" about how to make films with China, Film Summit finds.

Wu Xia (Dragon): Cannes Review

A detective comes across a paper-maker who may or may not be a renegade mass murder in director Peter Ho-sun Chan's latest film, to be released in the U.S. under the title "Dragon."

Why Hong Kong Favors Historical Fare for Chinese Audiences

Based on a 16th century fantasy novel, the $60 million "Monkey King" plays at the Cannes Film Festival this year.