Tuesday, June 14, 2011

China Weekly Box Office (6/6 - 6/12): Kung Fu Panda 2 and Pirates 4 both crossed 400m yuan

MovieWeekly Gross (yuan/dollar)Change# of showingsadmissionsTotal (yuan/dollar)
1. Kung Fu Panda 2(功夫熊猫2)127m ($19.60m)-44.8%89,0343,314,196465.5m ($71.82m)
2. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides(加勒比海盗4)59m ($9.10m)-26.3%44,2441,533,662434m ($66.88m)
3. Fast Five(速度与激情5)26m ($4.01m)-7.7%22,331795,350233m ($35.89m)
4. Skyline(天际浩劫)24m ($3.70m)+43.7%32,566770,71240.7m ($6.28m)
5. Na igre 2(超能游戏者)6.2m ($0.96m)New11,462212,5126.2m ($0.96m)
6. No. 32, B District(B区32号)6.2m ($0.96m)-4.6%13,808209,03512.7m ($1.96m)
7. Case Sentitive(敏感事件)1.5m ($0.23m)New6,64653,6091.5m ($0.23m)
8. Sui Sui Qing Ming(岁岁清明)0.95m ($0.15m)+137.5%58043,2481.35m ($0.21m)
(Source, 1 Chinese Yuan == $0.1543)

Helped by the Dragon Boat Festival on Monday and the lack of major openers, the holdovers had another outstanding week. Kung Fu Panda 2 could still reach 600m yuan ($92m), although $100m appears unlikely now, while Pirates 4 should finish around $75m. Out of all the films, Fast Five may in fact have had the most surprising run, as it looks to finish with 250m yuan and a 3.68 multiplier from its opening weekend. The week represented a short calm before the next storm; on Wednesday, the biggest Chinese film of the summer, Beginning of The Great Revival, will officially start, with the stated goal of reaching 800m yuan ($123m) final gross.

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