CHINA BIG-BUDGET MOVIE PULLED AFTER BOX OFFICE FLOP

SHANGHAI/BEIJING, July 17 (Reuters) - A Chinese blockbuster hopeful, backed by Alibaba Pictures Group and with a reported budget of over $100 million, has...

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