• Week 18: 'Old Classmate' Continues Winning in Last Week of Weak April

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 18th week(April 28-May 4, 2014) was ¥619 million ($100 million), up 63% from previous week and down 32% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 17.99 million.

  • Week 17: 'Ice Man' Frozen by 'My Old Classmate'

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 17th week(April 21-27, 2014) moved past ¥380 million ($62 million), up 8% from previous week and 10% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 10.98 million.

  • Week 16: 'Captain' Three-peats, 'Demon' Opens Big

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 16th week(April 14-20, 2014) was about ¥354 million ($57 million), decreased 23% from previous week and 10% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 9.99 million.

  • Week 15: 'Captain America' Defeats 'Rio 2' with ¥41 M

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 15th week(April 7-13, 2014) was approximately ¥460 million ($74 million), up 9% from previous week and 54% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 12.61 million.

  • Week 13: 'Need for Speed' Races for Third Straight Week

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 13rd week(March 24-30, 2014) was about ¥320 million ($52 million), a 13% decrease from previous week and a 15% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 9.39 million.

  • Week 12: 'Speed' Stays First, 'Snowpiercer' Comes Second

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 12nd week(March 17-23, 2014) was nearly ¥370 million ($60 million), up 21% from previous week and 42% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 10.67 million.

  • Week 11: 'Need for Speed' Races to Top Place with $21 M

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 11st week(March 10-16, 2014) was ¥300 million ($50 million), dropped 20% from previous week and climbed 23% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 8.57 million.

  • Week 10: 'RoboCop' Revs up to $42 Million in China

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 10th week(March 3-9, 2014) was about ¥380 million ($62 million), a 13% decrease compared from previous week and a 45% increase y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 10.88 million.

  • Week 9: 'Smaug' Swallowed $60 M in 10 Days

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 9th week(February 24-March 2, 2014) was close to ¥400 million ($72 million), dropped 20% from previous week and climbed 23% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 11.97 million.

  • Week 8: 'Smaug' Scores Record ¥200 M in Three Days

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 8th week(February 17-23, 2014) was ¥545 million ($90 million), a 33% decrease compared from previous week and 6% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 15.3 million.

  • Week 7: 'Beijing Love Story' Well Told in Valentine's Day

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 7th week(February 10-16, 2014) was ¥816 million ($135 million), dropped 29% compared to previous week and 2% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 22.82 million.

  • Week 6: February Kicks off with Record Grosses

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 6th week(February 3-9, 2014) was ¥1.15 billion ($190 million), increased 45% from previous week and soared 321% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 32.08 million.

  • Week 3: Three Animations Share 60% of Weekly Revenue

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 3rd week(January 13-19, 2014) was ¥450 million ($74 million), up 35% compared to previous week and 61% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 13.33 million.

  • Week 2: 'Ender' Wins Box Office 'Game', but Beaten by Minions

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box OfficeTracker, the mainland box office gross of the 2nd week(January 6-12, 2014) was ¥336 million ($55 million), a 31% slump compared to previous week and a 4% increase y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 9.64 million.

  • Week 1: 'Police Story' Hangs on, 'Personal Tailor' Strong

    Jackie Chan's Police Story 2013 brought in $72.31 million in thirteen days. After eighteen days in release, Personal Tailor grossed $106.68 million at the box office and had already broken the record of Feng Xiaogang's highest grosser Aftershock. Up in the Wind earned $9.37 million in third place and As the Light Goes out scored $5.44 million in fourth. China was another disappointing market for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.

  • Week 51: Feng Xiaogang Personally Tailored the Market

    Personal Tailor mustered almost $52 million during its opening four days. Firestorm hung on with a $16.22 million haul in second place, a 40% drop from the previous week. After twenty days in release, No Man's Land earned $4.56 million with 77245 showings, which was nearly 50% drop compared to 135099 showing last week. Korean flick A Werewolf Boy took $0.39 million in the Chinese marketplace, which accounts for only 0.6% of the weekly box office nationwide.

  • Weekend Report: 'Personal Tailor' Sets New First Week Record

    Feng Xiaogang's Personal Tailor has been dominating at the box office since its opening on Thursday. Now it is crowned with two records: best opener for 2D films and best opener for first week revenue. As of last Sunday, its cumulative gross reached nearly $51 million, breaking the record set by Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons in 2012. In total, the weekend box office came to $48.3 million, over 78 percent of which was taken by Huayi Brothers' comedy.

  • Week 50: Hong Kong Directors Sails in Mainland

    Starring Andy Lau, the 3D thriller Firestorm hauled in $27.02 million through four days in release, taking up over 40% of the mainland box office revenue. No Man's Land continued its strong performance in second week, adding $13.63 million for a cume of $35.92 million. Martial arts movie The Four 2 racked up $10.7 million over the week. The Sil-Metropole production proved to be quite successful when it's hard to find films of the same genre in the end of this year.

  • Weekend Report: 'Firestorm' Wins in Fierce Year-end Competition

    Alan Yuen's directorial debut Firestorm had a mighty start through the last weekend. A $19.28 million in three days definitely renewed the record of mainland performance for Hong Kong films. Ning Hao's No Man's Land dropped to second place with $6.76 million. Overall, the weekend gross finished at $37.74 million, off 5.65 percent from the previous week.

  • Week 49: 'No Man's Land' Posts Strong Debut

    Last week's champ No Man's Land finally hit the screen on December 3 and brought in nearly $22 million in six days. Hong Kong crime thriller The White Storm took second place earning $14.75 million for a cume of $27.88 million. Ancient costumed sequel The Four 2 opened to third place with $14.21 million. After three weeks' running, Gravity and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire dropped to fourth and fifth place.

  • Weekend Report: Domestic Films Rules over Weekend

    After 7 million people pouring into the theatres, the box office revenue of the past three days finished at approximately $40 million. The mainland marketplace saw signs of a pickup after a cold spell. Domestic films are eager to roll out for the New Year movie season, one of the most bankable timeslot in China.

  • Week 48: Curtain Raised for New Year Movie Season

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross for the 48th week (November 25-December 1) was about ¥360 million ($59 million), decrease 13% from last week and 7% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 10.35 million.

  • Weekend Report: 'The White Storm' Storms Weekend

    Benny Chan's latest action thriller made quite a storm in its opening three days. The White Storm earned $12.6 million for a market share of 34.7%, which is good enough to edge out Alfonso Cuarón's sci-fi epic Gravity. The three-day box office gross ended up with $36.4 million, off 12% from the previous weekend.

  • Week 47: 'Gravity' on 'Fire', Not Easy to 'Control'

    Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity scored $35.76 million in six days, emerging as the third best opener of the year. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire wound up with $12.95 million, a 19% share of the market. China is now the largest international market for the Thor sequel. Mainland-Hong Kong-Taiwan co-production Control grossed $3.51 million after three days in release, accounting for 5.2% of the whole market.

  • Weekend Report: 'Gravity' Beats 'Catching Fire'

    With an outstanding opening on Monday, Gravity quickly topped the box office chart in a week's time. It raked in $21.9 million during the weekend, pushing its cume up to $35.17 million. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire followed in second place with $10.38 million, which was not as good as the unprecedentedly record-breaking performance in North America. Overall, the weekend total gross was $41.4 million.

  • Week 46: 'Thor' Still Reigns, 'Red 2' Not Bad

    The Bruce Willis-starrer Red 2 opened to third place with a very impressive $5.85 million haul. Excape Plan continued to perform strongly in its second week in theatres, raking in $13.25 million for an aggregate $34.26 million total. But neither of these strong performances came anywhere close to topping Thor: The Dark World, which added $24.93 million for a new ten day cume of $46.25 million.

  • Weekend Report: 'Thor' Rules Again, 'Red 2' Leads Newcomers

    Thor: The Dark World Led for third straight week with a $12.32 tally that brings its Chinese cume up to $45.45 million. Red 2 sat in third place with $5.73 million. Overall, the weekend gross was $29.39 million, off 19 percent from the previous weekend. Hollywood titles reigned over the charts through the past three days.

  • Week 45: 'Thor 2' Dominates Singles' Day Movie Season

    Thor: The Dark World put up strong numbers to top the box office charts with a $20.98 million debut. Stalingrad dropped to fourth place after its eleven-day theatrical run, grossing $2.7 million for a solid cume of $11.06 million. China's Love You for Loving Me earned $1.7 million during its opening three days, which equals to 8.1% of Marvel's 'Thor' sequel.

  • Weekend Report: 'Thor' Sequel Hammers $20 Million Debut

    Thor: The Dark World opened to $20.35 million this weekend, while a bunch of domestic rom-coms struggled to share a part of the ticket sales. The three-day box office total was $36.3 million, up 54.5 percent from the previous week. Foreign films accounted for over 80 percent of the weekend gross.

  • Week 44: 'Stalingrad,''Hotel Transylvania' Posts Solid Debuts

    According to statistics from EBOT EntGroup Box Office Tracker, the mainland box office gross of the 44th week (October 28-November 3) was close to ¥250 million ($40 million), a small 2% drop compared to the number of previous week and increased 18% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week totaled 7.21 million.

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