The Fast and the Furious 7 Breaks Opening Day Ticket Sales Record

The Fast and the Furious 7 Breaks Opening Day Ticket Sales Record

Despite the fact that The Fast and the Furious 7 came out a week later in China than it did in the United States, Chinese ticket sales were not influenced. Domestic theatres made around 400,000,000 RMB on opening day, breaking the Chinese record for opening day ticket sales. After 8 days in theatres, the film grossed a whopping 1,500,000,000 RMB, and it has already become the best selling Hollywood movie in China. Paul Walker’s untimely death was an influential element in the impressive ticket sales, causing many moviegoers to flock to theatres to see the 7th movie in the series, despite the fact that they had not seen the 6th.

Source: Mtime

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  • WHY

    • mr.wiener

      Because : Expensive fast cars + dead handsome movie star =$.

  • Foreign Devil

    Fast and Furious and Transformers are the biggest hits in China ever. . which must indicate that most Chinese filmgoers have no discernment. . just like brainless action flicks.

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