CHINA: 'Young Detective Dee' Continues its Box Office Reign
on October 15, 2013
Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon spent another week as the #1 film in China. The prequel earned $16.77 million throughout the week, taking its 16-day total to $88.64 million. The blockbuster film has registered over 2.5 million admissions during its theatrical run.
Now You See Me brought in $9.81 million during its first four days in China. The heist flick has grossed over $215 million overseas and raked in a total of $333 million worldwide. Now You See Me will likely outgross The Lone Ranger in the coming days; the Disney Western adds China to its list of territories where the film has failed to gain significant traction with audiences. The Lone Ranger grossed $5.98 million in its first full week in release, bringing its Chinese total to $11.82 million.
Love Will Tear Us Apart and Inferno 3D both collected box office receipts in the $5 million range. Inferno 3D is on the verge of hitting the $20 million mark in its home country, currently posting a $19.53 million cume. Turbo should aslo reach the same milestone by the end of its theatrical run; the animated feature has grossed a total of $18.14 million.
Top Ten Films in China. Week Culminating on October 14, 2013
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