CHINA: 'Seeking Mr. Right' Finds More Box Office Success

on April 16, 2013

Seeking Mr. Right is still reigns at the Chinese box office, posting $11.93 million last week to raise its domestic total to $74.42 million. Mr. Right is the hottest film in China after 25 days in release. A Wedding Invitation opened over the weekend and came in second with $9.8 million. Jin Tai Lang De Xing Fu Sheng Huo was the weekend's other opener to reach the top ten, landing in seventh place with $64K. Oz: The Great and Powerful was the best U.S. import, adding $4.61 million to reach a $25.5 million cume in China. A Good Day to Die Hard is still the most successful film currently in release in China with a $31.62 million total. Jack the Giant Slayer was never able to find enough steam to reach the $10 million mark in China. Bryan Singer's fairy tale action epic has grossed a total of $8.48 million in China.

Box Office Results from China. Week ending on April 16, 2013.

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Box Office Data Courtesy of EntGroup

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