(Xinhua) Action-fantasy "Kingsman: The Secret Service" led China's box office with 156 million yuan (about 25 million U.S. dollars) in the week ending March 29. http://www.chinaentertainmentnews.com/2015/04/kingsman-secret-service-rules-china-box.html
Leading casts of the movie "The Last Race" pose for a photo during the press conference in Tianjin, China, June 24, 2015. http://www.chinaentertainmentnews.com/2015/06/press-conference-of-last-race-held-in.html
(THR) Matthew Vaughn's comic book adaptation Kingsman: The Secret Service had a strong opening weekend in China, taking $24.25 million in its opening three days, boosted by a visit by the movie's top spy, Colin Firth. http://www.chinaentertainmentnews.com/2015/03/china-box-office-colin-firths-charm.html
(THR) Chinese auteur Wang Xiaoshuai, best known for socially aware works that explore a changing China, such as the Berlin Silver Bear-winning Beijing Bicycle, has made a clarion call for more room for arthouse movies in China's booming film market. http://www.chinaentertainmentnews.com/2015/05/director-wang-xiaoshuai-wants-more.html
(CRI) The film "A Murder Beside Yanhe River" brings the drama of revolutionary justice to the big screen on its opening day today, which is also China's first Constitution Day.
Posters and stills from upcoming Chinese crime comedy "the Man from Macau" with Chou Yun-fat, Nicholas Tse, Chapman To, Gao Hu, Jing Tian and Tong Fei.