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China’s claim to ‘Battle of Lake Changjin’ is the crown of the global box office

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China’s ‘The Battle at Lake Change’ was the highest-grossing film anywhere in the world last weekend, grossing 203 million.

This score was partially lower than the combined total achieved by “No Time to Die” (বাজারে 119 million in the international market) and “Venom: Let the Be Carnegie” (আমের 90.2 million in North America).

The film was a far cry from mainland China, where it was released on Thursday, a day before the National Day holiday. Over four days, it has grossed 234 million, according to Consultant Craftsman Gateway.

Additional data from local provider Ant Group showed that “Battle” enjoyed 157,000 huge screenings and was viewed by 9.4 million ticket buyers.

It precedes “My Country, My Parents”, which is aptly .60 over the weekend. million million dollars and Ven0 in four days. has earned millions of dollars.

Both titles are examples of the patriotic triumph that followed the epidemic in July last year after the reopening of the Chinese box office, and both capitalize on the excitement felt at the annual celebration of the country’s birth, almost 72 years ago.

“Change” grossed a total of .9 12.9 million from the IMAX giant screen, making it the third-largest IMAX opening weekend of all time behind the sci-fi title “The Wandering Earth” and Chinese New Year’s comedy “Detective Chinatown 3”.

With a production budget of over 200 200 million, the film is proud of the top three directors in Greater China: Chen Kaige, Sui Hark and Dante Lam. It is an epic war film that praises the victory of Chinese troops fighting American-led UN forces in the early days of the Korean War (1950-1953). China cites its involvement in the war as self-defense and support for North Korean leader Kim Il-sung. In Chinese it is called US aggression and aid Korea against the war.

The film was produced by Bona Film Group and blockbuster “Wolf Warrior” war movie star and director Wu Jing and star pop idol actor Jackson E. (Woo starred and was credited as the four co-directors of “My Country, My Parents”.)

In far third place, the Chinese-made animation “Dear Tutu: Operation T-Rex” grossed 3.5 million in three days.

The Craftsman Gateway shows a total of $ 295 million or some RMB1.9 billion over the weekend. This brings China’s box office to 5. 5.31 billion a year, down 27% from the same pre-epidemic 2019 point. .

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