The Haunting Lover (July 23)
The romantic horror film starring Li Xiaolu and Vanness Wu is inspired by an urban legend from Singapore.

Seven Arhat (July 23)
The film follows seven arhats as they fight a group of four grave robbers at a mountain temple.

Aftershock (July 22)
Feng Xiaogang's tear-jerker about a family separated by the deadly Tangshan earthquake in 1976.

CJ7: The Cartoon (July 9)
Stephen Chow's 2008 blockbuster film "CJ7" now has an animated version.

Flirting Scholar 2 (July 9)
A comedic portrayal of Ming Dynasty painter-poet Tang Bohu starring Huang Xiaoming and Zhang Jingchu.

Driverless (July 2)
Starring Liu Ye, Gao Yuanyuan, Li Xiaoran, Chen Jianbin, Ruby Lin, Wang Luodan and Huang Xuan.

Unusual Love (July 2)
A love-hate story which takes place in the desert during the 1920s, starring Vincent Chiao and Miao Pu.

Triple Tap (July 1)
Derek Yee's action thriller starring Daniel Wu, Louis Koo, Li Bingbing and Charlene Choi.

Nana's Love War (August 26)
A love story starring Xie Na and Lee Seung-Hyun

The Stool Pigeon (August 24)
An action film featuring Nicholas Tse and Nick Cheung.

The Expendables (Aug. 20)
Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Bruce Willis, Steve Austin, Mickey Rourke

Death and Glory in Changde (August 19)
The movie opens on August 19.

Adventure of The King (August 19)
Romantic comedy "Adventure of The King" will hit cinemas on August 19.

Shrek Forever After (August 16)
The fourth installment of the "Shrek" film series.

More Than Close (August 13)
A story about a boxer who loses his memory. Starring Ming Dow, Eddie Peng, and Yuan Xinyu.

Curse of the Deserted (August 13)
A horror film starring Kitty Cheung and Shawn Yue.

The Jade and The Pearl (August 13)
Romantic comedy "The Jade and the Pearl" featuring Raymond Lam.

Love in Disguise (August 12)
Musician-turned-filmmaker Lee-Hom Wang's directorial debut starring himself and Liu Yifei.

High School Musical (August 10)
The Chinese version of the film "High School Musical"

City under Siege (August 6)
"City under Siege" hits the big screen nationwide on August 6.

Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame (Sept. 29)
It tells a story of a legendary detective and official in ancient China. 

Death Dowry (Sept. 29)
A tear-jerking story about a woman who remarries a collier, eying compensation in case he dies.

Reign of Assassins (Sept. 28)
John Woo's film "Jianyu" or "Reign of Assassins" will meet the public on September 28.

Legend of the Fist (Sept. 21)
Blockbuster "Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen" will be released nationwide on September 23.

Under the Hawthorn Tree (Sept. 16)
Zhang Yimou's comeback to the art-house genre. A poignant love story set in the 1970s.

Inception (Sept. 1)
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, the sci-fi thriller "Inception" opens in the Chinese mainland on September 1.

Lost in Panic Room (Oct. 29)
A crime thriller starring Alec Su and Pace Wu.

Wind Blast (Oct. 28)
Four policemen chase criminals into a "no man's land". Starring Duan Yihong, Wu Jing, Ni Dahong and Zhang Li.

My Ex-wife's Wedding (Oct. 22)
Chen Kun, Yuan Quan and Lu Yi portray a love triangle in this romantic comedy.

Don Quixote (Oct. 15)
A fantasy film shot completely in 3-D. Directed by Ah Gan.

Vegetate (Oct. 15)
The film reveals the dark side of the pharmaceuticals industry.

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Oct. 15)
A sequel to the 1987 Academy Award-winning film "Wall Street"

Love Is the Last Word (Oct. 5)
Starring Qin Lan, Alex Fong Chung-Sun and Li Chen, the film depicts a love triangle.

"Bruce Lee, My Brother" (Nov. 25)
A biopic "Bruce Lee, My Brother" is slated to be released in cinemas on November 25.

The Butcher, The Chef and The Swordsman (Nov. 25)
Costume kung fu comedy "The Butcher, The Chef and The Swordsman" ("Dao Jian Xiao") will be released in Chinese theaters on Nov. 25.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I (Nov. 19)
The film version of the final "Harry Potter" book will be divided into 2 parts with the first one released on Nov. 19.

Color Me Love (Nov. 9)
The film tells an inspirational story of an ordinary girl who becomes a fashionista and finds success both with her career and love.

Kangding Love Song (Nov. 5)
A romantic film starring Alec Su, Ju Wenpei and Pu Bajia.

Chongqing Blues (Nov. 5)
Wang Xiaoshuai's drama film that is inspired by a news story. Click the picture to read our review.

Trailer of "Lover's Discourse" (Dec. 31)
The urban romance drama, "Love Discourse" has gotten the approval from the state film bureau to hit movie screens on Dec. 31.

If You Are the One 2 (Dec. 22)
The sequel to Feng Xiaogang's 2008 blockbuster comedy, starring Ge You and Shu Qi.

Let the Bullets Fly (Dec. 16)
Jiang Wen's all-star gangster movie led by Chow Yun-Fat, Ge You, Carina Lau, Hu Jun, and Chen Kun.

Sacrifice (Dec. 4)
A film adaptation of the earliest Chinese play known to Europe. Directed by Chen Kaige.

Just Call Me Nobody (Dec. 3)
Chu Yen-Ping's latest costume comedy starring Kelly Lin, Zhao Benshan and Xiao Shen Yang.