Korea Says China Is No Longer Banning All Its Entertainment Content

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November 24, 2022

Korea Says China Is No Longer Banning All Its Entertainment Content

China may be reducing or lifting its ban on South Korean film, TV and music after a six year boycott.

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'Avatar: The Way of Water' Lands China Theatrical Release

James Cameron's "The Way of Water" has landed a theatrical release in China — a big victory for the 20th Century Studios' film's box o …

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'Tokyo Vice' Season 2 at HBO Max Casts Takayuki Suzuki (EXCLUSIVE)

Takayuki Suzuki has joined "Tokyo Vice" Season 2 at HBO Max in a recurring role, Variety has learned exclusively.

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'Coo-Coo 043' and 'Limbo' Big Winners at Taiwan's Golden Horse Film Awards

Taiwan family drama 'Coo-Coo 043' and Hong Kong crime thriller 'Limbo' had multiple reasons to celebrate at the Golden Horse Film Awards.

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'Punishment,' the Fourth Instalment of Don Lee's 'Outlaws' Korean Action Franchise, Starts Production

'The Roundup: Punishment,' the fourth film in the Don Lee-starring 'Outlaws' franchise, has started shooting even before the third part is r …

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Tokyo Court Orders 'Fast Movies' Pair to Pay $3.5 Million in Damages

A Tokyo court has ordered two uploaders of abbreviated 'fast movies' to pay $3.5 million in damages to 13 film studios.

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VFX Outfit Cinesite Takes Majority Stake in Indian Animation Studio Assemblage

U.K. animation and VFX company Cinesite has acquired a majority stake in Indian CGI animation studio Assemblage.

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