The Chinese box office phenomenon is headed to U.S. theaters later this month.
The cg fantasy feature, made by an unknown director and an unproven studio, has proven unstoppable at China’s box office.
It took just one week for “Nezha” to become the most successful animated film ever at the Chinese box office.
Watch the trailer for “The Legend of Hei,” releasing soon in China.
In China, “The Lion King” was no match for “Nezha.”
What do audiences want to see more — an almost-20-year-old hand-drawn animated feature or a brand-new cg animated feature?
The Chinese film grossed $67 million during its China run.
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China’s Pearl Studio, formerly Oriental Dreamworks, has unveiled the first look at its new film, “Abominable,” a co-production with Dreamworks Animation.
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“I like taking on something that’s not going to be that easy,” says “Uglydolls” director Kelly Asbury.
Disney could not find a magic feather for its latest glitzy tentpole remake.
The festival will present 15 features from Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, many of which will be making their Asian or Chinese premieres at the festival.
The Dreamworks threequel was also the #1 film in the U.S for a second weekend in a row.
“Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past” will become the second-highest-grossing homegrown animated feature in China’s history.
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” is setting international records ahead of its U.S. launch.
The $20 million film is the first feature co-production between New Zealand and China.
Four animated shorts will compete at the Berlin Int’l Film Festival next month.
“Boonie Bears: Blast into the Past” will open in China next month.
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