Weekly box office revenue of the top 10 movies in China from December 4 to December 10, 2017 (in million U.S. dollars)

China: weekly box office revenue - December 4 to December 10, 2017 The graph shows weekly revenues of the top 10 movies in China. From December 4 to December 10, 2017, the animation movie "Coco" had ranked first after 17 screening days, earning about 49.3 million U.S. dollars that week.
Cinema industry in China – additional information

With an annual box office revenue of about 2.74 billion U.S. dollars, China overtook Japan in terms of global cinema market size in 2012, second only to the United States with box office revenues of then 10.8 billion U.S. dollars. The proliferation of China’s cinema market coincided with an extensive increase in per capita income. Going to the movies has become a regular part of Chinese leisure activities and consumption, especially among young people.

To cope with the demands of an increasingly wealthy population, the number of cinema screens expanded more than four times from 2007 to 2013. 3D movie screens also enjoyed an explosive growth during this period. As of 2013, more than 18,000 3D movie screens were in operation in China, accounting for one third of the global total.

China’s film industry is under direct supervision of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT). To protect the local movie industry, only a limited number of foreign movies are allowed to screen in China each year. The quota was set at 34 movies in 2013. Despite the restriction on foreign films, Hollywood movies comprised almost half of the ten highest-grossing movies in China as of April 2014. In 2014, foreign movies accounted for about 45 percent of overall ticket sales in China.
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Box office revenue in million U.S. dollars
Coco 49.3
Paddington 2 14.9
The Big Call 5.4
Justice League 4.4
Loving Vincent 4.1
47 Meters Down 3.9
Youth 3.5
Kill Me Please 3.3
Darkest Hour2.4
The Thousand Faces of Dunjia 1.9
Box office revenue in million U.S. dollars
Coco 49.3
Paddington 2 14.9
The Big Call 5.4
Justice League 4.4
Loving Vincent 4.1
47 Meters Down 3.9
Youth 3.5
Kill Me Please 3.3
Darkest Hour2.4
The Thousand Faces of Dunjia 1.9

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The graph shows weekly revenues of the top 10 movies in China. From December 4 to December 10, 2017, the animation movie "Coco" had ranked first after 17 screening days, earning about 49.3 million U.S. dollars that week.
Cinema industry in China – additional information

With an annual box office revenue of about 2.74 billion U.S. dollars, China overtook Japan in terms of global cinema market size in 2012, second only to the United States with box office revenues of then 10.8 billion U.S. dollars. The proliferation of China’s cinema market coincided with an extensive increase in per capita income. Going to the movies has become a regular part of Chinese leisure activities and consumption, especially among young people.

To cope with the demands of an increasingly wealthy population, the number of cinema screens expanded more than four times from 2007 to 2013. 3D movie screens also enjoyed an explosive growth during this period. As of 2013, more than 18,000 3D movie screens were in operation in China, accounting for one third of the global total.

China’s film industry is under direct supervision of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT). To protect the local movie industry, only a limited number of foreign movies are allowed to screen in China each year. The quota was set at 34 movies in 2013. Despite the restriction on foreign films, Hollywood movies comprised almost half of the ten highest-grossing movies in China as of April 2014. In 2014, foreign movies accounted for about 45 percent of overall ticket sales in China.
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December 2017
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China
Survey time period
December 4 to December 10, 2017
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