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‘Detective Chinatown 3’ continues to lead Chinese mainland box office

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(Xinhua) Detective Chinatown 3 continued to lead the Chinese mainland box office on Sunday, raking in more than 582 million yuan ($90.4 million), according to data from the China Movie Data Information Network.

Detective Chinatown 3 has dominated the Chinese box office since its debut on Feb 12.

Coming in a close second was time travel comedy Hi, Mom, which generated nearly 345 million yuan on Sunday, weakening the dominance of Detective Chinatown 3.

Ranking third was fantasy thriller A Writer’s Odyssey, generating a revenue of about 73 million yuan on Sunday, and fourth was animated cartoon Boonie Bears: The Wild Life, pocketing over 56 million yuan.

China’s box office revenue since the beginning of the week-long Spring Festival holiday on Feb 11 has exceeded 5 billion yuan, according to data compiled by Chinese movie-ticketing and film data platform Maoyan.

Box office figures of the top-grossing films on the Chinese mainland market on Feb 14:

Detective Chinatown 3: 582.36 million yuan  

Hi, Mom: 344.92 million yuan  

A Writer’s Odyssey: 72.83 million yuan  

Boonie Bears: The Wild Life: 56.75 million yuan  

New Gods: Nezha Reborn: 32.76 million yuan

Source: Xinhua | Updated: 2021-02-15 19:33 

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