Go Away Mr. Tumor
|Go Away Mr. Tumor|
|Directed by||Han Yan|
|Starring||Bai Baihe |
|Distributed by||China Lion (U.S.)|
|Box office||US$80.12 million|
Go Away Mr. Tumor (Chinese: 滚蛋吧！肿瘤君) is 2015 Chinese comedy-drama film. It is based on the life of comic book artist Xiong Dun, who after her cancer diagnosis authored a popular webcomic that became a sensation in China. Xiong died in 2012 at the age of 30.
"Go Away, Mr. Tumor" was featured in the 5th annual China International Co-Production Film Screenings, hosted by the Motion Picture Association of America and China's Film Bureau of the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television.
- Bai Baihe as Xiong Dun
- Daniel Wu as Doctor Liang
- Zhang Zixuan as Amy
- Li Yuan as Xia Meng
- Liu Ruilin as Xiao Xia
- Cheng Yi as Lao Zheng
- Li Jianyi as Xiong Dun's Father
- Liu Lili as Xiong Dun's Mother
- Shen Teng as Ex-boyfriend
The film earned US$29.75 million in its opening weekend and topped the Chinese box office replacing Monster Hunt. Once advance ticket sales were factored in, Go Away Mr. Tumor registered a cume of US$31.52 million, with 182,066 showings and 5.46 million admissions in four days, according to data from the research group Entgroup.
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