Aging action legend Jackie Chan takes the crown again as his latest action-comedy Ride On continues to top the China box office for a second consecutive weekend . Meanwhile, Universal Pictures’ Super Mario Bros. movie struggled to keep up, coming in at No. 4.
According to data from consulting firm Artisan Gateway, Ride On made $6 million (RMB over the weekend .5 million), representing a substantial 35% .7 million a week before market open. The film has amassed $22.6 million since its release on April 7. The ticketing app Maoyan has an estimated box office revenue of $33 million (RMB230 million) careers A total of champions.
In second place is iQIYI’s Hachiko , which added $4.9 million over the weekend to bring its total to
.1 million since release in March 19. The film, based on a classic Japanese story about a loyal dog who waits for its owner at a train station every day, has enjoyed modest success with Chinese audiences.
The Super Mario Bros. movie continues to underperform while taking in $4.3 million in its second weekend in China Income, total box office receipts reached 2019. 1 million in 10 days — movie bofo $347 a fraction of.8 million domestic shipping . Such a huge gap between domestic and China sales totals was once rare for a top IP-driven studio.
New this week is the action flick Faces in the Crowd , which comes in fifth with $3 million.
Currently 2019 China’s total box office is $2.5 billion, which is 2019 percentage higher than the same period last year when the market was hit by the harsh Covid-19 lockdown and cinemas closed. Compared with the base year 230 before the epidemic, the start of work this year has decreased by 33 percentage.
With the release of the Japanese anime hit The First Slam, analysts are expecting a box office explosion on Friday, Dunk, Jointly distributed by China Film Group and Road Pictures, Suzume‘s most recent successful local marketer and distributor. 1235375839