Week 28: Summer Season at New $285M Weekly Peak

2015/7/22 16:02:00(Beijing Time)    by: Entgroup Consulting

According to EBOT, mainland boxoffice gross in the 28th week (Jul.13-19, 2015) totaled $285million, increasing 71% from week 27 and up 104% y-o-y. Moviegoers this week boosted to 51.17million, with 65% weekly increase.

Directed by Raman Hui, “Monster Hunt,” was launched on last Thursday with $26million opening gross. It was safely ranked top with $107.02million in four-days’ screening. Showing in multiple formats, such as 3D or IMAX, “Monster Hunt” attracted over 17.92million audiences and became most profitable film as enjoying high admission-per-showing last week.

The other remarkable Chinese-produced film, “Jianbin Man”, opened on Friday and enjoyed 176331 showings and $69 million income for three days in the second place. The market’s thrid biggest share was taken by “Monkey King: Hero is Back” which re-gained nearly 200 thousand showings with 10.5 million animation audiences in its second week. It added $59.71million into $75.12million total gross. The vie between two youth romances could be found in the fourth and fifth place. “Forever Young,” last week’s No.2, surpassed former week champion“Tiny Times 4.0” with $18.13million in the 28th week. 

Animation “Shaun The Sheep Movie,” the only imported film in top 10 ranking, gained $4.27 million inthe sixth place, totaling 26,000 screenings in 3 days. “Monk Comes Down The Mountain,” stood on No.7 by adding $3.5 million for $64.3 million. The next came to another animation,“GG Bond,” taking $2.28 million and backward to eighth spot. “SPL2” also saw a drop in 28th week, earning $0.35million. Yet “Begin Again” rose to top 10 and made $280,000 for a 24 days total of $3.22 million.

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12/11/2017-12/17/2017
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Youth
Gross:US$41.93(M)
Admissions:8651648
Total:US$381.16(M)
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Coco US$25.24(M) 5312524
Paddington 2 US$9.47(M) 2255644
Loving Vincent US$3.76(M) 834713
The Big Call US$2.41(M) 570478
47 Meters Down US$1.46(M) 358487
Seventy-seven Days US$0.64(M) 92487
Justice League US$0.61(M) 118090
The Liquidator US$0.60(M) 129226