“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” captured the fourth highest 3-Day opening ever for a Western film in China. Even more notable is the 86% share of revenue for Friday’s opening day according to researcher Ent Group.
China only allows 34 US films per year into the country and they are rarely, if ever, small intimate films. The blockbusters that do get in vie for numbers like the 175,000 screenings per day that China can deliver. That is the draw for movie makers and defines the underlying culture competition between the West and China. They limit our films in an effort to limit our cultural influence. Source: Variety