'Star Trek Into Darkness' $25M Debut Nearly Triples Predecessor's Opening
on June 03, 2013
Star Trek Into Darkness grossed $25 million in its opening week to become the top film in China, according to sources at Paramount. The sci-fi sequel played in over 8,000 cinemas and nearly tripled the overall cume of the previous film in the country. Children's Day, celebrated on June 1st, presented a great opportunity for the latest Star Trek entry, which proved popular with Chinese audiences. The holiday was also a highlight for The Croods, which grossed $2.5 million over the weekend, according to sources at Fox, a good hold after the previous week's 7-day $4.85 million take.
The Hollywood Reporter is stating that the $25 million debut from Star Trek Into Darkness was enough to overtake former #1 film American Dreams in China. THR's source claims the domestic film brought in $17.9 million last week to land in second place.
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