Local comedy, "Lost in Hong Kong" scores $184 million in eight days.
As predicted from early data "Lost In Hong Kong" became only the second Chinese-made movie to exceed $100 million in its opening weekend.
"Lost In Hong Kong," has got off to a screaming start at the Chinese box office. It clocked up $70.6 million in its first two days of release, putting it on course for a $100 million weekend.
China's giant Wanda group this week opened a major theme park in Yunnan province, South West China.
"Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" has grossed $124 million at the Chinese box office
IMAX Corp. is moving ahead with the listing of its IMAX China subsidiary in Hong Kong and seek to raise some US$276 million.
Hollywood films collided with each other at the top of the Chinese box office over the past, largely quiet, week.
South Korea's CJ Entertainment continued to strengthen its film industry ties with near neighbour China by holding a short film festival.
"Wolf Totem" was named as best film at the Golden Rooster awards, the biggest award ceremony in mainland China.
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