The long-awaited sequel to James Cameron's blockbuster 'Symbol', will be delivered in central area Chinese films on Dec. 16,

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'Avatar: The Method of Water' is one of a handful of the unfamiliar movies to gain admittance to the Chinese market lately, 

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with others remembering the most recent film for the "Followers" establishment and Sony Pictures' "Where the Crawdads Sing".

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Foreign motion pictures have long battled to acquire delivery dates in central area China

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 because of severe quantities on the quantity of internatinal films permitted to show and many are hindered because of content Chinese controllers consider uncalled-for.

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Hollywood blockbusters recently have had a particularly hard time getting clearance to show in China. The six latest Marvel movies did not make an appearance in China and earlier this year, “Black Panther

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Chinese-made hits include the “Wolf Warrior” franchise and last year’s breakout success, “The Battle at Changjin Lake”, have proven popular with Chinese audiences keen to see more Chinese-centric stories on the big screen.

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Especially as cases continue to grow, people in many cities around the country are refraining from going to cinemas.

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