“The Battle at Lake Changin” has become the fourth most successful film in the world this year due to its second weekend at the Chinese box office.
Even as the National Day holiday season draws to a close, Changjin has earned 10 109 million over the weekend, according to Craftsman Gateway. It paid a total of 3 633 million earned since September 30th
The weekend’s second-place film, “My Country, My Parents,” grossed .6 19.6 million. Its combination was raised to $ 182 million.
According to Box Office Mojo, Changin’s score puts it far ahead of “The Legend of Shang-Chi” which stood at বিশ্ব 402 million worldwide before the last weekend and grossed a total of $ 468 million worldwide. “Godzilla vs. Co. . ”
The only 2021 titles to surpass “Change” in the global rankings are “Hi, Mom” with $ 822 million, “F9” with $ 717 million and “Detective Chinatown 3” with 686 million.
The film about Chinese heroes in the early days of the Korean War benefited significantly from the so-called Golden Week seven-day holiday that followed China’s annual October 1 celebrations. But the weekend-weekend comparison shows a 48% decline that is still within the normal second frame performance range.
Day-to-day statistics at the Chinese box office show that on Friday (October), when many people had to return to work, the last day of the public holiday was 60. The total dropped to .6 25.6 million from million 25 million. But on the weekends the numbers have rightly risen again. “Change” scored শনিবার 36.8 million on Saturday and another $ 46.6 million on Sunday.
Over the weekend, “Change” made $ 4.6 million from the IMAX Giant Screen. With an IMAX combination of 30.4, it is now the fourth highest-earning local language title of all time for IMAX.
Chinese online ticketing company Mawan has raised its life expectancy score for the film. It is now predicting that “Change” will end its run with RMB5.34 billion ($ 824 million). It will be ranked third in China’s all-time rankings, with Chinese New Year’s blockbuster “Hi, Mom” earning an unexpected RMB5.41 billion earlier this year and 2017 record-breaking “Wolf Warrior 2” RMB5.68 billion.
According to Artisan Gateway, China’s overall box office value over the weekend was 3 133 million. This brings the total to 21 6.175 billion running in 2021.
The strong weekend has seen the annual deficit drop to 24% compared to pre-epidemic 2019, down from 27% at the end of September. This may be a blessing for Chinese cinema directors, but normalcy in China has not been fully restored. The country’s box office is increasingly relying on blockbuster titles and holiday seasons.