Finding Mr. Right News

China Box Office: "Journey to the West," "So Young," and "Young Detective Dee" Top Chinese Films of 2013

2:15 PM 1/4/2014 by Senh Duong
Journey to West: Conquering the Demons
In the second largest film market of the world, Stephen Chow’s Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons is the top film of 2013, grossing a monstrous $206M. It’s the second highest-grossing Chinese film of all time, just a few million behind 2012’s Lost in Thailand. What makes this even more remarkable is that Stephen Chow doesn’t appear in the film; he only directed.

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China Box Office: 'G.I. Joe' Pulls in $33.5 Million in First Week

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Chinese Box Office: "Mr. Right" Scores Again; "Scoundrel" Continues Huang Bo's Hot Streak; "Drug War" Has Solid Debut

2:31 PM 4/11/2013 by Senh Duong
The Chef, The Actor, The Scoundrel
"Finding Mr. Right" has turned into a mega blockbuster in China. It's the top film there for the past three weeks. Last week (4/1 - 4/7), it took in another $23.4M, upping its total to a staggering $62.5M. The Tang Wei starring film is now the second highest grossing romance in China.

Chinese Box Office: "Finding Mr. Right" Nudges "Die Hard 5" Off Top Slot; "Ip Man: Final Fight" Disappoints

3:51 PM 3/29/2013 by Senh Duong
Finding Mr. Right
In last week's report, I was expecting "Ip Man: Final Fight" to do well enough to at least place second at last week's box office (3/18-3/24), but that didn't happen. It debuted at fifth place with just $1.17M, not even good enough to beat the three-week-old martial arts comedy "Princess and Seven Kung Fu Masters."
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