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How Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s “See You Again” Dethroned “Gangnam Style” as YouTube’s Top Video

YouTube's increase in users racked up views on this catchy pop hit, the music video reaching nearly three billion looks as of Monday.

Universal’s ‘Fast 8’ Lands China Release Date (Exclusive)

'Furious 7,' the most recent film in the franchise, earned a historic $390 million in China in 2015 and remains Hollywood's biggest release ever there.

CineAsia: Hollywood Titles Drive Demand for 4D Screens in India

U.S. blockbusters, including 'Jungle Book,' 'Tarzan' and 'Furious 7' have had success in India with the format, which adds sensory effects, such as vibration, rain or fog, to the 3D experience.

‘Furious 7’ Song “See You Again” Becomes Second Video to Hit 2B YouTube Views

The Wiz Khalifa song featuring Charlie Puth was a tribute to the film franchise's late star Paul Walker.

Weaker Film Slate Hits Earnings at Canada’s Cineplex

Blockbusters like 'Captain America: Civil War' and 'Finding Dory' didn't match Hollywood's record box-office performance in 2015.

Grammys: Drake, “See You Again” Shut Out as Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift Score Surprising Wins

Although 11-time nominee Kendrick Lamar took home five awards, he failed to land the top prize of album of the year, while six-time nominee Max Martin's only win was as part of the production team on Taylor Swift's album of the year winner, '1989.'

Critics’ Choice Awards: ‘Furious 7’ Song “See You Again” Wins After Oscar Snub

The Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Pluth song was previously honored with Golden Globe and Grammy nominations but missed out on an Oscar nom.

Oscars: ‘Furious 7’ Song “See You Again” Misses Out on Nomination

Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Pluth song was previously honored with Golden Globe and Grammy noms.

Canada Box Office: Revenue Rises to $699M in 2015

'Star Wars: The Force Awakens,' 'Jurassic World' and 'Avenger: Age of Ultron' were the year's top performers.

China Box Office Grows Astonishing 48.7 Percent in 2015, Hits $6.78 Billion

Hollywood movies accounted for 38.4 percent of the Chinese box office this year, falling from a 45.5 percent market share in 2014.

Mexico 2015 in Review: Televisa vs. Trump, ‘Spectre’ Shoot Controversy

The country's longest-running TV show was canceled, and 'The Revenant,' with Leonardo DiCaprio, again causes awards season buzz for Mexico's Alejandro G. Inarritu and Emmanuel Lubezki.

Hollywood’s Surprise 2015 Box-Office Hits and Misses Abroad

'Minions,' not 'Inside Out,' rules in Russia, while China connects with 'Terminator: Genisys' and U.S. flop 'Fantastic Four' is a surprise hit south of the border.