Sino-U.S. Films May Soon Be Coming to a Cinema Near You
(Beijing) – The first signs of cooperation between Hollywood filmmakers and their Chinese counterparts have recently made their debuts.
In August, the American company DreamWorks Animation, known for making animated hits such as Shrek and Kung Fu Panda, officially launched its joint-venture with three Chinese media companies.
The firm is scheduled to make the next installment in the Kung Fu Panda series and open a theme park in Shanghai. Both are to open in 2016.
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