Cinemas across China are closed due to the coronavirus, which has turned China’s 64 billion yuan (US$9 billion) film industry upside down. Photo: Weibo Cinemas across China are closed due to the coronavirus, which has turned China’s 64 billion yuan (US$9 billion) film industry upside down. Photo: Weibo
Cinemas across China are closed due to the coronavirus, which has turned China’s 64 billion yuan (US$9 billion) film industry upside down. Photo: Weibo

When China’s film industry raises the curtain after the coronavirus, giants will reclaim starring roles, analysts predict

  • Wanda Film’s stock has crashed 45 per cent since late January
  • Cinemas across China have been dark since late January

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Cinemas across China are closed due to the coronavirus, which has turned China’s 64 billion yuan (US$9 billion) film industry upside down. Photo: Weibo Cinemas across China are closed due to the coronavirus, which has turned China’s 64 billion yuan (US$9 billion) film industry upside down. Photo: Weibo
Cinemas across China are closed due to the coronavirus, which has turned China’s 64 billion yuan (US$9 billion) film industry upside down. Photo: Weibo
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