'Railroad Tigers' Claims Rank 1 in China's Box Office
By Mei Manuel, January 06, 2017 23:01 PM
Jackie Chan's 'Railroad Tigers' dominated the Chinese box office this week and earned 275 million yuan according to the report of China Film News.
Taking second place is 'The Great Wall' directed by Zhang Yimou, earning 195 yuan for the week and stars Matt Damon, Pedro Pascal, Willem Dafoe and several Chinese stars. Since it was released on December 16, it has generated more than one billion yuan in revenue.
Domestic comedy film 'Some Like It Hot' takes third place with 168 million yuan.
The comedy film is followed by the domestic romance film 'See You Tomorrow', which gained a revenue of 151 million yuan.
Finally, Mel Gibson's war film 'Hacksaw Ridge' takes the fifth place with 53 million yuan.
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