In fact, it's not yet awards season in Hollywood, but already movie fans might have their first bona fide contender for this year's best actor Oscar.
Russian singer Vitas will take part in the Chinese movie musical One Night to Be Star, along with rising actress Huang Shengyi and comedian Tian Wa.
Web portal Sohu.com hopes young stars will bring attract viewers to Hello Summer, eight short films available on its video channel.
One of the earliest films made by British master director Alfred Hitchcock has been found in New Zealand, researchers said on Wednesday.
"The Change-Up" begins with a poop joke. And not just any poop joke - this is projectile poop from a baby girl into her daddy's mouth during a bleary-eyed, middle-of-the-night diaper change.
"The Smurfs" tied with "Cowboys & Aliens" for the first spot at the weekend box office in North America.
Jet Li will combat a white snake in his latest kungfu film.
Actor Bill Paxton (L) speaks as actress Sissy Spacek listens during ceremonies unveiling Spacek's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood August 1, 2011.
Director Gordon Chan's imminent fantasy movie, "Mural", has released a batch of still photos featuring the three main fairy characters.
Actor Noah Wyle, his two children and other guests arrive at the "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D" premiere in Los Angeles.
Two Chinese films will contend for the coveted Gold Lion award at the 68th Venice International Film Festival in September.
The tiny blue "Smurfs" battled big-name, big-budget "Cowboys & Aliens" to a surprising tie at the domestic weekend box office.