CHINA BOX OFFICE: 'WOLF WARRIORS II' TAKES $83 MILLION IN THIRD WINNING WEEKEND

Patriotic action movie, "Wolf Warriors II" dominated the Chinese box office for the third weekend in a row. It earned $83 million over the weekend and extended its cumulative total further into unprecedented territory. After 18 days, "Wolf Warriors II" has accumulated $683 million, according to data from Ent Group. That is some $150 million... Read more »

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