CHINA: 'The Wolverine' Slashes the Competition for $33M Cume
on October 29, 2013
The Wolverine continues to be the top film in China, adding another $14.51 million to its cume after its first full week of release. The superhero spin-off has grossed a total of $33 million in China, a crucial factor in helping The Wolverine hit $275 million overseas and cross the $400 million global mark. Special ID stayed in second place for the second consecutive weekend, adding $10 million in the shadow of the Hugh Jackman X-Men vehicle. Special ID has grossed a total of $21.15 million in China.
Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to Chinese cinemas with The Last Stand. The late release of the action film saw a $4.75 million bow, a number that is likely to dip after the Stallone/Schwarzenegger vehicle Escape Plan premieres this week. The peculiar timing won't do any favors for the former Governor of California's diminishing box office stock. The Last Stand has struggled in the overseas box office with a $33 million cume. Escape Plan is still expanding to several territories and has only grossed a total of $28.1 million outside of North America.
Now You See Me crossed the $20 million mark after 18 days in release. The magic caper film added $3.47 over the weekend, holding on for a fourth place finish in its third frame. Young Detective Dee is close to reaching the $100 million club in China. The popular domestic prequel has already grossed a $96.4 million cume after a month in release and will need a steady hold in the coming weeks to reach the milestone. The Lone Ranger dropped out of China's top ten chart after fizzling with a $13.14 million performance after 23 days in release.
Top Ten Films in China.
Data courtesy of Entgroup.
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