We do not own, produce or host any videos displayed on this website. All visual depictions displayed on here, whether they are actual sexually explicit conduct or simulated sexual content are visual depictions of people who were at least 18 years of age when those visual depictions took placed.The deluge of digital promotion for “x Xx” highlights fundamental differences in the way movies are marketed in China as compared to Hollywood.Though China’s film industry is nascent, movie marketing efforts in the world’s most populous country often are more targeted — and effective — than in the United States.“We all think Hollywood is far more advanced than China in terms of content production,” said Terry Qian, director of Chinese online ticketing company Weying Technology Inc.“But in terms of doing marketing and trying to more effectively spend print and advertising dollars, China is growing to be more advanced than the U.S.”That’s mainly because of the dominance of mobile Internet technology in the country, especially among young urban consumers whose business the studios crave.
Megan Colligan, Paramount’s president of worldwide distribution and marketing, said, “We are pleased to collaborate once again with Huahua Media and the Shanghai Film Group.
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Paramount Pictures and its marketing partners wanted to make sure China’s young, digitally-inclined moviegoers were excited for the new action sequel “x Xx: Return of Xander Cage.”So the team made a music video for an original song by “x Xx” star and Chinese heartthrob Kris Wu.
Jackson, Donnie Yen, Deepika Padukone, Ruby Rose, Kris Wu, and Nina Dobrev.
Huahua Media and Paramount have worked together on “Star Trek Beyond,” which generated million in Chinese box office since its September release.