The Chinese movie "Moon Man" was the top grossing movie over the weekend.
The film made $129 million over the weekend from the Chinese market. "League of Super Pets," which follows the adventures of Superman's dog, was a flop.
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The film is produced by Mahua Fun Age and directed byZhang Chiyu.
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The movie had more than one million fans rating it as " want to see" on Chinese film tracking platforms before it was released. According to Variety, it has gone on to score a 9.4 and 9.5 out of 10 on Maoyan and Taopiao.
The film earned $6.4 in Imax theaters, making it the largest three-day opening weekend of an Imax China film in nine months.
The CEO of IMAX China said that the stellar opening of "Moon Man" shows that audiences are eager to return to theaters for the IMAX Experience. The recovery of the film industry this year as well as a major step forward in the production of Chinese sci-fi blockbusters is marked by 'Moon Man'.
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China became the largest box office in the world in 2020 after the U.S. theaters were shut down for most of the year due to the swine flu.
With local projections estimating the film to earn over $640 million before exiting the Chinese market, "Moon Man" is on pace to become the country's sixth- largest film of all time. The North American box office has the potential to surpass China and regain its position as the biggest in the world with the success of films like "Top Gun: Maverick."
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