Chris Fenton's lawsuit against DMG Entertainment heads to trial, shedding light on China's Hollywood dealings.
DMG, once a Hollywood-Chinese powerhouse, faces allegations of financial misconduct.
Fenton claims DMG founders cut him out of IPO earnings, leading to the company's decline.
Redacted details reveal DMG's attempt to boost stock prices via unusual deals with A-listers.
Allegations include Chinese officials taking bribes and extravagant spending by DMG founders.
Fenton's case raises questions about China's influence in Hollywood.
DMG's attorney dismisses the lawsuit's claims as irrelevant.
Fenton's lawsuit has already cleared several legal hurdles.
The case highlights China's influence on Hollywood's creative decisions.
The trial could be influenced by the broader context of U.S.-China relations.