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China Box Office: "Robocop" Opens to Strong $21M, Worldwide Gross Up To $187M

12:36 PM 3/5/2014 by Senh Duong
ED-209 "Robocop"
Robocop might have disappointed at the domestic box office, but it’s making up for the difference overseas. With $52M after six weeks in the U.S., the remake looks like it’ll max out at $60M at the end of its run. That’s only slightly better than the original’s $53M, but with nearly ten times the cost.

China Box Office: Top Three Still "The Monkey King" ($74M), "Where Are We Going, Dad?" ($52M), and "From Vegas to Macau" ($32M)

10:12 AM 2/13/2014 by Senh Duong
Disney's "Frozen"
Although The Monkey King and Where Are We Going, Dad? continued to be the top one-two punch at the box office last week in China, From Vegas to Macau is the one with the best word-of-mouth. For the week ending last Sunday (2/3/2014 - 2/9/2014), The Monkey King took in another humongous $74M.

China Box Office: Lost in the "Monkey King"/"Where Are We Going, Dad?" Bonanza is the Steady Rise of "From Vegas to Macau"

10:25 AM 2/6/2014 by Senh Duong
Chow Yun Fat and Nicholas Tse in "From Vegas to Macau"
When Wong Jing’s gambling action-comedy From Vegas to Macau debuted last week in China, it was overshadowed by the duo mega-performance of the fantasy epic The Monkey King and Where Are We Going, Dad?

"From Vegas to Macau" Bets on Colorful Humor and Fast Action

Rating: Butter
Posted February 4th, 2014 by popcorn
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From Vegas to Macau played with the gambling capitals of the world, using bright and audacious lights, landscapes and more action-oriented sleight of hand tricks than the last God of Gambler films. Every scene in this trailer appeared grander and more expensive than the last three God of Gambler movies combined. Watching the trailer was like watching exciting and silly circus acts from the top floor of the Grand Lisboa in Macau, where the view alone took your breath away; the rest were just cheap card tricks.   More »

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