Magazine article Screen International

'Star Trek Beyond' Tops China Box Office Again

Magazine article Screen International

'Star Trek Beyond' Tops China Box Office Again

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Star Trek Beyond held onto the top spot in its second week, taking $22.22m in the period of Sept 5 - 11. The sci-fisequel from Universal has shot to $52.46m after 10 days.

The Shallows and Nine Lives finished neck-and-neck in second and third places respectively. Sony's woman-vs-shark thriller opened with $8.23m, while EuropaCorp's fantasy comedy launched with $8.03m, both from their first three days.

Ice Age: Collison Course dropped to fourth with $4.14m, bringing its 20-day total to $61.96m. This made China the leading overseas market for the family animation from Fox.

Japanese sci-fihorror Parasyte held steady in fifth with $2.96m. With a 10-day total of $6.62m, it has surpassed Flying Colours to become the highest grossing Japanese live-action film in China.

Three holdovers occupied the next few places, including Jason Bourne on $2.79m for $64.76m after 20 days; Days Of Our Own on $2. …

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