'Lost in Hong Kong' Sets Opening Day Record For Chinese Films, Outpaces 'Monster Hunt'
on September 27, 2015
UPDATE: Lost in Hong Kong has earned an estimated $120.7M in its first four days of release.
Lost in Hong Kong, the follow-up to the wildly successful Lost in Thailand, earned $32 million during its first day of release. The strong start gives the comedy the best opening day of any Chinese release, and puts it behind only Furious 7 and Avengers: Age of Ultron when compared to the opening day hauls of all films released in China. According to early reports, the comedy has earned $106 million in three days, which puts it slightly ahead of the #1 Chinese film of all time: Monster Hunt.
In North America, the film earned a healthy $558,900 from 27 screens over the weekend.
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