For the past few months, rumors have been circulating that China's Beijing Film Bureau has been considering loosening its restriction on foreign films released in China each year from 34 to 44. This decision - which would "significantly improve" the extremely profitable, sometimes controversial, yet undeniably super-important partnership between Hollywood and China - has been officially confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter, yet the decision seems to be made on one condition: The "new guidelines will likely open the market only to art-house style releases."
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