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‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’ Trailer: Angelina Jolie Brings Star Power to Fiery Western Thriller

In recent years, Angelina Jolie’s acting career has been dominated by voice work (see “The One and Only Ivan” and “Kung Fu Panda” franchise) and franchise fare (two “Maleficent” films and the upcoming “Eternals”), which makes the upcoming Western thriller “Those Who Wish Me Dead” a notable change of pace for the A-list Oscar winner. […]

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Nent Group and NBCUniversal Sign Content Partnership for Kids, Family Programming

Following Nent Group and NBCUniversal’s long-term content partnership signed earlier this year, the two companies have inked a first-window deal for kids and family programming.Under the agreement, Nent Group will distribute NBCUniversal’s kids series and family content and DreamWorks Animation film catalogue on Viaplay streaming service and Viasat pay-tv channels.As part of the deal, Nent […]

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‘Dragon Spring Phoenix Rise’ is a Bruce Lee-Inspired Martial Arts Stage Musical From Sia and the Writers of ‘Kung Fu Panda’

Touted in ads as a “futuristic kung fu musical”, Dragon Spring Phoenix Rise is an imaginative premature hatchling at its world premiere at The Shed in Manhattan Hudson Yard. It has creative parentage in Chinese opera and film director Chen Shi-Zheng (Dark Matter) and Kung Fu Panda writers Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger, with Sia […]

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‘Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny Season 2’ Trailer: Po and His Students Pack a Punch

Kung Fu Panda continues to kick butt on the small screen, as Po and his disciples prepare for another great adventure in the second season of Amazon Prime Video’s Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny. While the colorful ensembles of the first three smash hit Kung Fu Panda movies appear sparingly in DreamWorks’ streaming […]

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China Box Office: ‘Dragon’ Flies, While ‘Green Book’ Soars to $17 Million Debut

“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” flew off with the weekend box office win in China, clipping the wings of “Alita: Battle Angel” which had reigned for just one week. But third placed “Green Book” also opened impressively.“Dragon 3” earned $33 million according to data from exhibition and distribution consultancy Artisan Gateway, having […]

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