List of highest-grossing films in China

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This is a list of the highest-grossing films in Mainland China. Most of the data below is provided by EntGroup's China Box Office (CBO) website, with the gross in yuan.[1]

Highest-grossing films by box office revenue[edit]

Top 50 all-time highest-grossing films[edit]

  Films that are currently in cinema
Rank Title Total gross (¥ RMB)[1] Country / Region Year
1 The Battle at Lake Changjin 5.77573 billion China 2021[2]
2 Wolf Warrior 2 5.68874 billion China 2017
3 Hi, Mom 5.41330 billion China 2021
4 Ne Zha 5.03502 billion China 2019
5 The Wandering Earth 4.68732 billion China 2019
6 Detective Chinatown 3 4.52235 billion China 2021
7 Avengers: Endgame 4.25038 billion United States 2019
8 The Battle at Lake Changjin II 4.07007 billion China 2022
9 Full River Red 3.80543 billion China 2023
10 Operation Red Sea 3.65251 billion China, Hong Kong 2018
11 Detective Chinatown 2 3.39769 billion China 2018
12 The Mermaid 3.39718 billion China, Hong Kong 2016
13 My People, My Country 3.17639 billion China, Hong Kong 2019
14 The Wandering Earth 2 3.15384 billion China 2023
15 Moon Man 3.10301 billion China 2022
16 The Eight Hundred 3.10232 billion China 2020
17 Dying to Survive 3.09996 billion China 2018
18 The Captain 2.91368 billion China 2019
19 My People, My Homeland 2.82896 billion China 2020
20 The Fate of the Furious 2.67096 billion United States 2017
21 Too Cool to Kill 2.62987 billion China 2022
22 Hello Mr. Billionaire 2.54757 billion China 2018
23 Monster Hunt 2.44146 billion China, Hong Kong 2015
24 Furious 7 2.42659 billion United States 2015
25 Avengers: Infinity War 2.39054 billion United States 2018
26 Monster Hunt 2 2.23715 billion China, Hong Kong 2018
27 Crazy Alien 2.21425 billion China 2019
28 Never Say Die 2.20175 billion China 2017
29 Aquaman 2.01320 billion United States 2018
30 Transformers: Age of Extinction 1.97752 billion United States 2014
31 The Ex-File 3: The Return of the Exes 1.94174 billion China 2017
32 Venom 1.87068 billion United States 2018
33 Kung Fu Yoga 1.75260 billion China 2017
34 Pegasus 1.72937 billion China 2019
35 Lighting Up the Stars 1.71313 billion China 2022
36 Avatar 1.71286 billion United States 2009
37 The Bravest 1.70719 billion China 2019
38 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 1.69588 billion United States 2018
39 Mojin: The Lost Legend 1.68274 billion China 2015
40 Avatar: The Way of Water 1.65671 billion United States 2022
41 Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back 1.65593 billion China, Hong Kong 2017
42 Lost in Hong Kong 1.61410 billion China 2015
43 Jiang Ziya 1.60298 billion China 2020
44 Home Coming 1.59315 billion China 2022
45 Better Days 1.55903 billion China 2019
46 Transformers: The Last Knight 1.55124 billion United States 2017
47 Zootopia 1.53453 billion United States 2016
48 My Country, My Parents 1.47733 billion China 2021
49 Warcraft 1.47230 billion United States 2016
50 Avengers: Age of Ultron 1.46439 billion United States 2015

Top 20 domestic films[edit]

  Films that are currently in cinema
Rank Title Total gross (CN¥)[1] Country / Region Year
1 The Battle at Lake Changjin 5.71262 billion China 2021
2 Wolf Warrior 2 5.68874 billion China 2017
3 Hi, Mom 5.41330 billion China 2021
4 Ne Zha 5.03502 billion China 2019
5 The Wandering Earth 4.68681 billion China 2019
6 Detective Chinatown 3 4.52234 billion China 2021
7 The Battle at Lake Changjin II 4.05862 billion China 2022
8 Operation Red Sea 3.65188 billion China, Hong Kong 2018
9 Full River Red 3.39940 billion China 2023
10 Detective Chinatown 2 3.39769 billion China 2018
11 The Mermaid 3.39718 billion China, Hong Kong 2016
12 My People, My Country 3.17612 billion China, Hong Kong 2019
13 Moon Man 3.10301 billion China 2022
14 The Eight Hundred 3.10232 billion China 2020
15 Dying to Survive 3.09996 billion China 2018
16 The Captain 2.91312 billion China 2019
17 My People, My Homeland 2.82883 billion China 2020
18 The Wandering Earth 2 2.76687 billion China 2023
19 Too Cool to Kill 2.62987 billion China 2022
20 Hello Mr. Billionaire 2.54757 billion China 2018

Top 20 foreign films[edit]

  Films that are currently in cinema
Rank Title Total gross (CN¥)[1] Country / Region Year
1 Avengers: Endgame 4.25025 billion United States 2019
2 The Fate of the Furious 2.67096 billion United States 2017
3 Furious 7 2.42659 billion United States 2015
4 Avengers: Infinity War 2.39054 billion United States 2018
5 Aquaman 2.01321 billion United States 2018
6 Transformers: Age of Extinction 1.97752 billion United States 2014
7 Venom 1.87068 billion United States 2018
8 Avatar 1.71286 billion United States 2010
9 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 1.69588 billion United States 2018
10 Avatar: The Way of Water 1.61098 billion United States 2022
11 Transformers: The Last Knight 1.55124 billion United States 2017
12 Zootopia 1.53036 billion United States 2016
13 Warcraft 1.47230 billion United States 2016
14 Avengers: Age of Ultron 1.46439 billion United States 2015
15 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw 1.43464 billion United States 2019
16 Jurassic World 1.42073 billion United States 2015
17 Spider-Man: Far From Home 1.41774 billion United States 2019
18 Ready Player One 1.39666 billion United States 2018
19 F9:The Fast Saga 1.36046 billion United States 2021
20 Godzilla vs. Kong 1.23470 billion United States 2021

Highest-grossing films by box office admissions[edit]

Chinese title English title Year Admissions (est. ticket sales) Country / Region Ref
白蛇传 (Bai she zhuan) Legend of the White Snake 1980 700,000,000 China [3][4]
喜盈門 (Xi ying men) In-Laws / Full House of Joy [zh] 1981 650,000,000 China [5][6]
武当 (Wudang) Wudang / The Undaunted Wudang 1983 610,000,000 China [5]
保密局的槍聲 (Bao mi ju de qiang sheng) Gunshots in the CIB 1979 600,000,000 China [7][8]
405谋杀案 (405 mou sha an) Murder in 405 [zh] 1980 600,000,000 China [7]
少林寺弟子 (Shao lin si di zi) The Disciple of the Shaolin Temple / Shaolin Brothers 1983 520,000,000 China, Hong Kong [5]
少林寺 (Shao lin si) Shaolin Temple 1982 500,000,000 China, Hong Kong [4][7]
七品芝麻官 (Qi pin zhi ma guan) Sesame Official [zh] 1980 500,000,000 China [3]
武林志 (Wu lin zhi) Deadly Fury / Pride's Deadly Fury 1984 500,000,000 China [5]
从奴隶到将军 (Cong Nu Li Dao Jiang Jun) Cong Nu Li Dao Jiang Jun 1979 470,000,000 China [5]
西安事变 (Xi'an shi bian) The Xi'an Incident 1981 450,000,000 China [5]
神秘的大佛 (Shen mi de da fo) Mysterious Buddha 1980 400,000,000 China [7][9]
吉鸿昌 (Ji Hongchang) Ji Hongchang 1979 380,000,000 China [5]
追捕 (Zhuībǔ) Kimi yo Fundo no Kawa o Watare / Manhunt 1978 330,000,000+ Japan [10]
开枪,为他送行 (Kai Qiang, Wei Ta Song Xing) Kai Qiang, Wei Ta Song Xing [zh] 1982 330,000,000 China [5]
地道战 (Dì dào zhàn) Tunnel War 1965 300,000,000+ China [11]
大篷车 (Dà péngchē) Caravan 1979 300,000,000 India [12]
杜十娘 (Du Shiniang) Du Shiniang 1981 260,000,000 China [5]
佩剑将军 (Pei jian jiang jun) A General Wearing the Sword 1983 260,000,000 China [5]
自古英雄出少年 (Zi gu ying xiong chu shao nian) Little Heroes / Young Heroes 1983 260,000,000 China, Hong Kong [13]
火烧圆明园 (Huo shao yuan ming yuan) The Burning of Imperial Palace 1983 240,000,000 China, Hong Kong [5]
木棉袈裟 (Mui mien ka sha) Holy Robe of the Shaolin Temple 1985 200,000,000 Hong Kong [14]
飞来的女婿 (Fei lai de nü xu) Son-in-Law Flew Out of Nowhere 1982 199,500,000 China [13]
蓝盾保险箱 (Lan dun bao xian xiang) Blue Shield Safe 1983 170,000,000 China [13]
少年犯 (Shao nian fan) Juvenile Delinquents / Innocent Teenagers 1985 161,000,000 China, Hong Kong [15][16]
战狼2 (Zhan lang 2) Wolf Warrior 2 2017 160,000,000 China [17]
庐山恋 (Lúshān Liàn) Romance on Lushan Mountain 1980 140,000,000+ China [18]
哪吒之魔童降世 (Nézhā zhī Mótóng Jiàngshì) Ne Zha 2019 140,000,000 China [19]
少林小子 (Shao lin xiao zi) Shaolin Temple 2: Kids from Shaolin 1984 140,000,000 China, Hong Kong
特殊身份的警官 (Tèshū shēnfèn de jǐngguān) A Policeman with a Special Identity 1982 130,000,000 China [13]
长津湖 (Chang jin hu) The Battle at Lake Changjin 2021 125,000,000 China [20]
你好,李焕英 (Nǐ hǎo, Lǐ Huànyīng) Hi, Mom 2021 121,000,000 China [21]
大上海1937 (Da Shang Hai 1937) Great Shanghai 1937 [zh] 1986 121,000,000 China, Hong Kong [15]
人到中年 (Ren dao zhong nian) At Middle Age [zh] 1982 120,000,000 China [13]
蛇案 (She an) She an 1983 120,000,000 China [13]
南北少林 (Nan Bei Shao Lin) Shaolin Temple 3: Martial Arts of Shaolin 1986 116,000,000 China, Hong Kong
海市蜃楼 (Hai shi shen lou) Mirage 1987 113,000,000 China, Hong Kong [15]
咱们的牛百岁 (Zan men de niu bai sui) Our Niu Baisui [zh] 1983 110,000,000 China [13][22]
流浪地球 (Liúlàng dìqiú) The Wandering Earth 2019 105,314,500 China [a]
流浪者 (Liúlàng zhě) Awaara / The Vagabond 1955 100,000,000+ India [25]
望乡 (Wàng Xiāng) Sandakan No. 8 1978 100,000,000+ Japan [26]
狐狸的故事 (Húlí de gùshì) Kitakitsune Monogatari / The Glacier Fox [ja] 1979 100,000,000+ Japan [26]
周恩來 (Zhou Enlai) Zhou Enlai [zh] 1992 100,000,000 China [7]
东方剑 (Dong fang jian) Dong fang jian 1982 100,000,000 China [13]

Timeline of highest-grossing films[edit]

Up until the 1980s, the Chinese box office was typically reported in terms of box office admissions (ticket sales), rather than gross revenue. The film with the highest ticket sales in China is Legend of the White Snake (1980) with an estimated 700 million admissions,[3][4] followed by In-Laws (Full House of Joy) [zh] with 650 million ticket sales.[5][6] The foreign film with the highest ticket sales in China was the 1976 Japanese film Kimi yo Fundo no Kawa o Watare (Manhunt), which had its Chinese release in 1978 and sold more than 330 million tickets in China,[10] followed by the Indian Bollywood film Caravan (1971) which had its Chinese release in 1979 and sold about 300 million tickets in China.[12] Hollywood film releases were relatively rare in China up until First Blood (1982), which had its Chinese release in 1985,[27] and went on to sell 76 million tickets, the highest for a Hollywood film in China up until 2018.

Zhou Enlai [zh] released in 1992 and became China's highest-grossing film with ¥270 million RMB.[7] China began releasing box office gross revenue results for foreign non-Chinese films in November 1994, upon the release of The Fugitive (1993).[28][29] In 1995, the Hong Kong action film Rumble in the Bronx, directed by Stanley Tong and starring Jackie Chan, became the all-time highest-grossing foreign film in China,[28] where it grossed ¥110 million RMB;[30] it is not considered a domestic film as it was produced in Hong Kong (then a British Dependent Territory). It was above the year's highest domestic Chinese film, Jiang Wen's In the Heat of the Sun with ¥50 million.[28] Stanley Tong and Jackie Chan surpassed their own record with the Hong Kong action film Police Story 4: First Strike (1996), which grossed ¥112 million RMB in China.[31] In 1998, Titanic (directed by James Cameron) became the all-time highest grossing film to be released in China, with a then-unprecedented ¥360 million. In 2002, Hero became the second highest-grossing domestic film, with ¥250 million RMB. China's first domestic film to breach ¥360 million was released in 2009, The Founding of a Republic.[28] In 2015, Monster Hunt became the first domestic film in 17 years to become the overall highest-grossing film in China, earning ¥2.44 billion.[28]

Highest-grossing films by year[edit]

Since the 1990s, the most represented filmmaker in the chart has been American film director Michael Bay with four films to his credit, occupying the top spot in 2001, 2007, 2011, and 2014. Among domestic filmmakers, Feng Xiaogang (1999, 2003, 2008) and Stephen Chow (2004, 2013, 2016) are the most represented with three films each.

  Films that are currently in cinema (as of April 2022)

Highest-grossing films by year of release
Year Title Revenue Admissions Country / Region Ref
1939 Children of China Un­known 9,000,000 China [32]
1950 Iron Soldier Un­known 11,000,000 China [33]
1951 The White Haired Girl Un­known 6,000,000 China [34]
1954 A Torn Lily Un­known 8,722,000 Hong Kong
1955 Awaara (The Vagabond) Un­known 100,000,000+[b] India [25]
1956 The Peerless Beauty Un­known 11,645,000 Hong Kong [35]
1962 The Red Shoes Un­known 44,000,000 United Kingdom
1965 Tunnel War Un­known 300,000,000+ China [11]
1973 Maihua guniang (The Flower Seller) Un­known 6,000,000 North Korea [36]
1978 Kimi yo Fundo no Kawa o Watare (Manhunt) Un­known 330,000,000+ Japan [10]
1979 Gunshots in the CIB (Bao mi ju de qiang sheng) ¥180,000,000 600,000,000 China [7][8]
1980 Legend of the White Snake (Bai she zhuan) Un­known 700,000,000 China [3][4]
1981 In-Laws (Full House of Joy) [zh] ¥100,000,000 650,000,000 China [5][6]
1982 Shaolin Temple ¥161,578,014 500,000,000 China, Hong Kong [37][4][7]
1983 Wudang (The Undaunted Wudang) Un­known 610,000,000 China [5]
1984 Deadly Fury (Pride's Deadly Fury) Un­known 500,000,000 China [5]
1985 Holy Robe of the Shaolin Temple (Mui mien ka sha) Un­known 200,000,000 Hong Kong [14]
1986 Great Shanghai 1937 (Da Shang Hai 1937) Un­known 121,000,000 China, Hong Kong [15]
1987 Mirage (Hai shi shen lou) Un­known 113,000,000 China, Hong Kong [15]
1988 Yellow River Fighter Un­known 130,000,000 China [38]
1989 The Birth of New China ¥100,000,000 Un­known China [39]
1990 My Beloved [zh] ¥94,000,000 Un­known Taiwan
1992 Zhou Enlai [zh] ¥270,000,000 100,000,000 China [7]
1994 The Fugitive ¥25,800,000 Un­known United States [29]
1995 Rumble in the Bronx ¥110,000,000 Un­known Hong Kong [30]
1996 Police Story 4: First Strike ¥112,000,000 Un­known Hong Kong [31]
1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park ¥72,100,000 Un­known United States [28]
The Opium War ¥72,000,000+ 14,000,000 China [40]
1998 Titanic ¥360,000,000 40,039,923 United States [28][41]
1999 Be There or Be Square ¥43,000,000 Un­known China [28]
2000 Final Decision ¥120,000,000 Un­known China [28]
2001 Pearl Harbor ¥105,000,000 Un­known United States [29]
2002 Hero ¥250,000,000 Un­known China [28]
2003 Cell Phone ¥56,000,000 Un­known China [42]
2004 Kung Fu Hustle ¥173,000,000 Un­known China, Hong Kong [28]
2005 The Promise ¥181,000,000 Un­known China [28]
2006 Curse of the Golden Flower ¥291,000,000 7,710,000 China [28][43]
2007 Transformers ¥282,000,000 9,310,000 United States [28][44]
2008 If You Are the One ¥325,000,000 9,500,000 China [28][45]
2009 2012 ¥466,000,000 17,623,604 United States [46][47]
2010 Avatar ¥1,339,860,000 49,179,036 United States [1][48][c]
2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon ¥1,071,570,000 25,652,900 United States [1][51][52]
2012 Lost in Thailand ¥1,271,950,000 39,281,300 China [1][53][54]
2013 Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons ¥1,246,990,000 31,050,300 China, Hong Kong [1][55]
2014 Transformers: Age of Extinction ¥1,977,520,000 47,417,700 United States [1][56]
2015 Monster Hunt ¥2,440,020,000 65,689,800 China, Hong Kong [1][57]
2016 The Mermaid ¥3,392,110,000 92,642,600 China, Hong Kong [1][58]
2017 Wolf Warrior 2 ¥5,679,290,000 160,000,000 China [1][17]
2018 Operation Red Sea ¥3,650,790,000 93,610,000 China, Hong Kong [1][59]
2019 Ne Zha ¥5,013,350,000 140,000,000 China [1][19]
2020 The Eight Hundred ¥3,102,320,000 80,919,900 China [1][60]
2021 The Battle at Lake Changjin ¥5,875,450,000 125,000,000 China [1][20]
2022 The Battle at Lake Changjin II ¥4,067,330,000 China [61]

Box office milestones[edit]

Milestone Title Total gross Country / Region Date reached Ref
5,000,000 tickets The White Haired Girl 6,000,000 tickets China 1951
10,000,000 tickets Iron Soldier 11,000,000 tickets China 1952
20,000,000 tickets Awaara (The Vagabond) 100,000,000+ tickets India 1955
30,000,000 tickets The Red Shoes 44,000,000 tickets United Kingdom 1962
40,000,000 tickets 1963
50,000,000 tickets Awaara (The Vagabond) 100,000,000+ tickets India 1978 [25]
100,000,000 tickets
200,000,000 tickets Tunnel War 300,000,000+ tickets China 1978 [11]
300,000,000 tickets
330,000,000 tickets Kimi yo Fundo no Kawa o Watare (Manhunt) 330,000,000+ tickets Japan 1979 [10]
400,000,000 tickets Gunshots in the CIB (Bao mi ju de qiang sheng) 600,000,000 tickets China 1979 [7]
500,000,000 tickets 1980
600,000,000 tickets
700,000,000 tickets Legend of the White Snake (Bai she zhuan) 700,000,000 tickets China 1980 [3][4]
¥100,000,000 Gunshots in the CIB (Bao mi ju de qiang sheng) ¥180,000,000 China 1980 [7]
¥200,000,000 Zhou Enlai [zh] ¥270,000,000 China 1992 [7]
¥300,000,000 Titanic ¥360,000,000 United States 1998-02-01 [62]
¥400,000,000 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen ¥403,665,000 United States 2009-08-02 [63]
¥500,000,000 Avatar ¥1,160,500,000 United States 2010-01-17 [64]
¥1,000,000,000 2010-02-08 [65]
¥2,000,000,000 Furious 7 ¥2,426,590,000 United States 2015-04-26 [66]
¥2,400,000,000 Monster Hunt ¥2,440,020,000 China, Hong Kong 2015-09-06 [67]
¥3,000,000,000 The Mermaid ¥3,392,100,000 China, Hong Kong 2016-02-26 [68]
¥4,000,000,000 Wolf Warrior 2 ¥5,679,290,000 China 2017-08-13 [69]
¥5,000,000,000 2017-08-19 [70]
¥5,500,000,000 The Battle at Lake Changjin ¥5,875,450,000 China 2021-10-31 [71]

Highest-grossing openings[edit]

A list of the highest-grossing openings for films in China. Since many films do not open on Fridays in China, the 'opening' is taken to be the gross between the first day of release and the first Sunday following the movie's release.

Rank Film Year Opening (US$) Ref
1 Detective Chinatown 3 2021 $398,000,000 [72]
2 The Battle at Lake Changjin II (Water Gate Bridge) 2022 $398,000,000 [73]
3 Avengers: Endgame 2019 $330,528,623 [74]
4 The Wandering Earth 2019 $298,110,095 [75]
5 The Mermaid 2016 $274,049,983 [76]
6 The Captain 2019 $251,966,468 [77]
7 The Battle at Lake Changjin 2021 $235,000,000 [78]
8 Too Cool to Kill 2022 $217,000,000 [79]
9 Crazy Alien 2019 $214,749,033 [80]
10 Dying to Survive 2018 $200,837,145 [81]
11 Avengers: Infinity War 2018 $200,486,738 [82]
12 Hi, Mom 2021 $195,000,000 [83]
13 The Fate of the Furious 2017 $193,936,620 [84]
14 Monster Hunt 2 2018 $189,784,760 [d]
15 Furious 7 2015 $182,400,000 [87]
16 My People, My Homeland 2020 $157,500,000 [88]
17 Detective Chinatown 2 2018 $156,069,583 [e]
18 Pegasus 2019 $154,451,898 [90]
19 Jiang Ziya (Legend of Deification) 2020 $151,700,000 [91]
20 My People, My Country 2019 $151,087,000 [92]
21 Wolf Warrior 2 2017 $146,942,986 [93]

Opening records[edit]

These are the films that, when first released, set the opening record in China. Since many films do not open on Fridays in China, the 'opening' is taken to be the gross between the first day of release and the first Sunday following the movie's release.

Year Title Opening (US$) Ref
2016 The Mermaid $274,049,983 [76]
2019 Avengers: Endgame $330,528,623 [74]
2021 Detective Chinatown 3 $398,000,000 [72]

Opening days[edit]

Title Release date Daily opening gross (¥ RMB)[94] 3 days (¥ RMB)
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Detective Chinatown 3 2021-02-12 1,018,220,000[95] 818,291,800 749,689,500 2,586,201,300
The Battle at Lake Changjin II 2022-02-01 941,449,100 487,519,600 439,736,200 1,868,704,900
Avengers: Endgame 2019-04-14 728,130,000[95] 317,631,100 425,111,600 1,470,872,700
The Fate of the Furious 2017-04-14 479,708,400[96] 487,519,600 384,751,600 1,351,979,600
Avengers: Infinity War 2018-05-11 446,505,900[97] 493,562,100 331,905,600 1,271,973,600
Monster Hunt 2 2018-02-16 547,000,208[98] 372,506,500 285,087,600 1,204,594,308
Hi, Mom 2021-02-12 291,393,700 302,438,900 455,688,900 1,049,521,500
My People, My Country 2019-09-30 290,415,700 387,935,500 365,418,800 1,043,770,000
Detective Chinatown 2 2018-02-16 341,019,800[99] 326,251,000 323,436,900 990,707,700
Crazy Alien 2019-02-05 410,262,700 287,190,200 240,211,400 937,664,300
Hello Mr. Billionaire 2018-07-27 227,136,100 320,695,300 355,662,900 903,494,300
Jiang Ziya 2020-10-01 362,000,000[100] 303,364,400 219,828,700 885,193,100
Transformers: The Last Knight 2017-06-23 332,261,900[101] 316,862,300 223,110,800 872,235,000
Dying to Survive 2018-07-05 225,424,700[102] 241,323,000 385,696,700 852,444,400
My People, My Homeland 2020-10-01 275,119,600 273,619,500 275,068,500 823,807,600
Warcraft 2016-06-08 302,137,500[103] 300,082,600 217,292,500 819,512,600
The Battle at Lake Changjin 2021-09-30 205,191,300 410,802,700 205,191,300 821,185,300
The Wandering Earth 2019-02-05 204,350,300[104] 260,872,600 342,413,200 807,636,100
The Mermaid 2016-02-08 276,897,500[105] 243,742,300 250,082,500 770,722,300
Wolf Warrior 2 2017-07-27 102,056,200[106] 214,715,300 312,670,500 629,442,000

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 105 million tickets for original release.[23] 314,500 tickets for The Wandering Earth: Beyond 2020 Special Edition.[24]
  2. ^ Including later 1978 re-release
  3. ^ 38,412,018 tickets before 2021.[49] 10,767,018 tickets with 2021 re-release.[50]
  4. ^ According to EntGroup, Monster Hunt 2 grossed CN¥1,204,450,000 between the first Friday and Sunday of its release in China in Frbruary 2018.[85] According to the 2018 exchange rate during the weekend of release,[86] this is equivalent to $189,784,760.
  5. ^ According to EntGroup, Detective Chinatown 2 grossed CN¥990,480,000 between the first Friday and Sunday of its release in China in February 2018.[85] According to the 2018 exchange rate during the weekend of release,[89] this is equivalent to $156,069,583.

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