'Personal Tailor' Reaches $369k in North America on January 12, 2014

Personal Tailor slowed down to a $9,500 take across four screens in its fourth weekend in North America. The latest per-screen average for the film is $2,375. The film’s North American cume stands at $369,160.

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CHINA: Jackie Chan's 'Police Story 2013' Keeps the Top Spot on January 07, 2014

policestory2013.jpgJackie Chan continues to rule the Chinese box office. Police Story 2013 retained the top spot in its second week with a $26.82 million take, registering over 4.1 million admissions throughout its 157,969 showings in the country. The action film has grossed a total of $72.31 million through two weeks in release.

Personal Tailor reached a major milestone in its third week after crossing the $100 million mark. Xiaogang Feng's film took in $18.52 million in its third week, reporting a $106.68 million cume. The film registered over 3.1 million admissions from 121,449 showings.

Romantic comedy Up in the Wind was the most successful of the week's new releases. A $9.37 million six-day debut puts the film in third place on the weekly top ten chart. Up in the Wind is followed by disaster flick As the Light Goes Out, which earned $5.44 million in its weekend opening. Legendary: Tomb of the Dragon rounds out the top half of the cahrt with a $4.65 million take from its first days of release.

Olympus Has Fallen completed its first full week of release with $4.55 million, bringing the action film to a $5.82 million cume in China. Mortal Instruments: City of Bones adds China to its long list of disappointing markets after taking $2.56 million in its opening weekend.

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Data courtesy of Entgroup.

'Personal Tailor' Reaches $345k in North America on January 05, 2014

Feng Xiaogang's Personal Tailor reached a $345k cume in North America. The Chinese film grossed $32,000 from 9 screens in its third weekend, finishing its latest frame with a $3,555 per-screen average.  

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