Study: Hollywood’s Share of China Box Office Collapses, Now Less Than 10%

In a dramatic turn for the major studios, Hollywood’s share of China’s box office is in free fall, reportedly collapsing to less than 10 percent as Beijing aims to bolster its domestic movie industry while continuing to block major Hollywood releases from playing in Chinese cinemas.

The result is a potential existential crisis for Hollywood, which has bent over backwards to please China’s Communist dictators in the hopes of maintaining access to the lucrative Chinese market.

A woman waits beside a poster for the Disney movie "Mulan" at a bus stop on the day the movie opened in Beijing on September 11, 2020. - Pilloried internationally and given a lukewarm debut by Chinese cinemagoers, Disney on September 11 discovered its $200 million live-action epic "Mulan" has …

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