"The First Slam Dunk" film stays on top of China's box office chart
Japanese anime film "The First Slam Dunk", stayed on top of the Chinese daily box office chart on Tuesday, data from the China Movie Data Information Network showed Wednesday.
The film is an adaptation of the popular "Slam Dunk" basketball manga series in the 1990s, written and directed by its original creator, Takehiko Inoue.
It generated a daily box office of 14.3 million yuan (about 2.07 million U.S. dollars) on Tuesday, raising its total box office revenue to 414 million yuan.
It was followed by the domestic action comedy "Ride On" starring Jackie Chan, which raked in 3.41 million yuan on Tuesday.
In third place was the Chinese adaptation of the classic Japanese family drama "Hachiko" with a daily earning of around 2.42 million yuan.
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