Wang Jianlin unveiled plans for a 40.5-million-square-foot complex over the weekend.
It was supposed to premiere this week.
The government has officially approved the film for a June release.
After Chinese veep's U.S. visit.
Batman vs. Chinese police, take two.
Chinese websites are now banned from distributing some of their songs.
"The producers and writers are treating the serious history in a frivolous way, which should by no means be encouraged anymore."
Perhaps we should rename this show 'The Not-So-Amazing Cab Races.'
Did you go into this episode with PMA? We hope so.
... in China.
It seems to be a go for a Mandarin 'Office.'
Wait for the vocals to kick in.
"How cool is that?" asks Ricky Gervais.
Spotted in Beijing!
Hope you like Ashton Kutcher!
The secret to YouTube superstardom is looking chubby, but then being talented.
This movie is unstoppable.
A city in China is retreating from an earlier report on its own official website that it had renamed a local mountain peak the "Avatar Hallelujah Mountain."
Well, it's actually Zhangjiajie, China. But it's as close as you're getting.
China is pulling the movie from 1,600 3-D screens. Also, says a doctor, it killed a guy.
Unlike most guys in New York, Edward Burtynsky isn't just looking at China's breakneck development to make a buck (or a billion). The photographer, subject of Manufacturing Landscapes, a new doc opening today at Film Forum, makes bizarrely beautiful, enormous photographs of China's new industrial revolution.