January 25, 2022

The World Live Breaking News Coverage & Updates IN ENGLISH

The World Live Breaking News Coverage & Updates IN ENGLISH

Headlines From China: China Retains Global Box Office Crown With $7.3B in 2021, Down 26 Percent From 2019

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, Headlines From China: China Retains Global Box Office Crown With $7.3B in 2021, Down 26 Percent From 2019, The World Live Breaking News Coverage & Updates IN ENGLISH
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, Headlines From China: China Retains Global Box Office Crown With $7.3B in 2021, Down 26 Percent From 2019, The World Live Breaking News Coverage & Updates IN ENGLISH

, Headlines From China: China Retains Global Box Office Crown With $7.3B in 2021, Down 26 Percent From 2019, The World Live Breaking News Coverage & Updates IN ENGLISH

China Retains Global Box Office Crown With $7.3B in 2021, Down 26 Percent From 2019

For the second year in a row, China ended 2021 as the world’s largest theatrical film market. Total movie ticket revenue in the country clocked in at $7.3 billion, more than double last year’s total and down just 26 percent from a pre-pandemic high of $9.2 billion in 2019, according to data from regional box office tracker Artisan Gateway. Many of the biggest Chinese hits of the year, such as the leading title, Korean war epic “The Battle of Lake Chongjin,” were “main melody” films — propagandistic stories celebrating the glory of China and its leaders — released around the occasion of the CCP’s 100-year anniversary. Read more The Hollywood Reporter

, Headlines From China: China Retains Global Box Office Crown With $7.3B in 2021, Down 26 Percent From 2019, The World Live Breaking News Coverage & Updates IN ENGLISH

‘The Father’ Wins Best International Film at Golden Rooster Awards

Florian Zeller’s Academy-Award-winning film, “The Father,” has nabbed the Best International Film Award at the 34th Golden Rooster Awards ceremony in China. This was the first time that such a category honoring international cinema was introduced in Golden Rooster Awards, which was held on Thursday at Xiamen City. Golden Rooster Awards are backed and administered by the Chinese government and are considered the Chinese equivalent of the Academy Awards. Read more Movieweb

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