Huayi Brothers

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Huayi Brothers Media Corporation
Public (SZSE:300027)
Industry Media, Entertainment
Founded 1994
Founder Wang Zhongjun, Wang Zhonglei
Headquarters Beijing, China
Number of locations
Area served
Key people
Wang Zhongjun (Chairman & CEO), Wang Zhonglei (President)
Products Movies, Television Shows, Music
Services Talent Agency
Revenue Increase CNY 892,000,000 (2011)
Owner Wang Zhongjun, Wang Zhonglei
Subsidiaries Huayi Brothers Film Investment Co., Ltd.
Huayi Brothers TV Service Co., Ltd.
Huayi Brothers Contemporary Culture Broker Co., Ltd.
Huayi Brothers Music Co., Ltd.
Huayi Brothers Advertising Co., Ltd.
Huayi Brothers International Distribution Ltd
Huayi Brothers
Founded 1994
Founder Wang Zhongjun, Wang Zhonglei
Genre Mandopop
Country of origin China
Location Beijing, China
Official website

Huayi Brothers Media Corp. Chinese: 华谊兄弟传媒股份有限公司 Huáyì xiōngdì chuánméi gǔfèn yǒuxiàn gōngsī) is a film production company, record label and talent agency founded in Beijing by brothers Wang Zhongjun and Wang Zhonglei in 1994. The company made world news on October 30, 2009 when the Shenzhen Stock Exchange ChiNext Board was halted, after HBMC's stock price more than doubled by 122.74 percent from its IPO price, to open at 63.66 yuan per share.[1]

Talent agency[edit]

HBMC manages over 100 Chinese A-List celebrities of movie, music and TV. Names including Xun Zhou, Angelababy, Kun Chen, Zhao Wei and Shu Qi have all appeared in Huayi productions.


The company was founded in 1994 as a film production company. It underwent a comprehensive expansion into the media industry through investing and now produces and operates movies, TV shows, talent agencies, music labels, and movie theaters.[2] In February 2011, Huayi Brothers revealed their plans to create the largest TV and film studio complex in East Asia.[3] Also, they announced that they aim to earn 10 billion yuan in the box office by 2016.[4] As of April 2015, the company was worth US$7.9 billion.[5]

In 2014 the company announced that it had agreed to invest as much as $150 million in Studio 8, the production company launched by former Warner Bros. executive Jeff Robinov, but the partnership never materialized. Shanghai-based conglomerate Fosun International later signed a deal to invest in Robinov's company instead.[6]



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