Jam Hsiao promotes 'Escape from Planet Earth'
Singer Jam Hsiao attends the premiere of the 2013 Canadian animated movie "Escape from Planet Earth" in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, July 16, 2013.
'The Wolverine' premieres in London
Cast members arrive at the UK premiere of "The Wolverine" in London July 16, 2013.
'Mr. Go' to debut in China, ROK
Mr. Go, a 3D film produced by Chinese and the Republic of Korea teams, will debut in both countries this week to wow audiences with its low-cost special effects.
Chinese star Han Geng to join 'Transformers 4'
Director Michael Bay has announced that Chinese pop star Han Geng will join the cast of "Transformers 4".
Hugh Jackman promotes 'The Wolverine' in Seoul
Actor Hugh Jackman attends a red carpet event to promote his new movie "The Wolverine" at the Coex Convention and Exhibition Center in Seoul July 15, 2013.
Feng and Ni promote 'Love will tear us apart'
Chinese actor Feng Shaofeng and actress Ni Ni attend a news conference to promote their upcoming movie "Love will tear us apart" in Beijing on July 15, 2013.
'Despicable Me 2' excels for 2nd weekend in North America
The yellow minions have demonstrated their strong box-office power as "Despicable Me 2" extended its dominance in North America into the second weekend.
Sequel to controversial film to open soon
China's best-selling author Guo Jingming announced that his controversial directorial debut Tiny Times will soon have its sequel on big screens on Aug 9.
Filmmaker Sam Mendes to direct Daniel Craig in James Bond 24
Sam Mendes will direct Daniel Craig as 007 in the 24th installment of the blockbuster James Bond film franchise about the fictional British spy.
'Grown Ups 2' premieres in NY
Cast members arrive for the premiere of the film "Grown Ups 2" in New York, July 10, 2013.
China Exclusive: Domestic films panned but still profitable
A pair of domestic films have seen their box office earnings soar in recent days, despite a perceived lack of depth that has been criticized by film fans.
'Tiny Times' remains top of China's film charts
Domestic drama "Tiny Times" ruled China's box office charts taking 153.6 million yuan (25 million US dollars) in the week ending July 7.