'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Stays On Top During Slow Week on September 23, 2014


American films dominated the top 5 in China yet again last week, but no film cracked the $10 million mark during the frame.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes held on to first place by adding another $8.4 million, which pushes its cume to an impressive $110.7 million. The Expendables 3 wasn't far behind in second place with $7.6 million. The action flick has now grossed $69.6 million in China--a sum that easily overshadows the $38.8 million domestic total. 

Non-Stop debuted in third place with a respectable $7.3 million from three days in theaters. 

Rounding out the top five: Into the Storm with $7.2 million and a cume of $14.8 million and But Always, the only local film in the top 5, with $6.4 million and a tally of $34.3 million after 17 days of release.

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'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Crosses $100M in China on September 21, 2014

apes.pngDawn of the Planet of the Apes crossed the $100 million mark in China over the weekend after adding $3.5 million from 3,000 screens. The film’s fourth frame in China puts its market cume at $103 million. China has been a huge earner for the Apes sequel, responsible for over 20% of its $476.3 million overseas gross. The film has grossed $681.5 million worldwide.

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Reclaims Top Spot on September 16, 2014


China's top 5 was dominated by American films this past week.

After losing ground recently to The Expendables 3, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was able to squeak back into first place with a solid $20.8 haul this week, pushing its cume in China to $102.3 million. Expendables 3 dropped to second with $20.04 million for a $62 million cume.

But Always, the only homegrown film in the top 5, managed $16.13 million. The romantic drama is now up to $28 million.

Rounding out the top 5: Divergent with $9.4 million during its first week of release and a $7.6 million debut from Into the Storm

'Into the Storm' Storms Up #1 Debut in China on September 14, 2014

into-the-storm-4.jpgInto the Storm is expected to finish the weekend as the #1 film in China aftering taking a $7.6 million debut from 5,300 screens. The natural disaster film registered 1.3 million admissions over the weekend. Into the Storm has grossed nearly twice as much overseas as it has in North America, curently reporting an $87.6 million oversas cume. The film has grossed $133.4 million worldwide.

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