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China’s film studios delay new releases amid virus outbreak


China’s film studios have indefinitely delayed the release of seven highly anticipated blockbusters just before the start of the Lunar New Year holiday, after the government orders to avoid public gatherings to contain the spread of a deadly viral outbreak.

All eight movies scheduled to debut during China’s weeklong Lunar New Year holiday have had their premieres delayed.

The postponement of the films, including Boonie Bears: The Wild Life,  . . .

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