According to data from the China Movie Data Information Network, the latest James Bond movie “No Time to Die” continued to win the Chinese mainland box office on Sunday.
The film, which is the 25th installment in the Bond franchise and Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as a British agent, grossed 54.05 million yuan on its third day of release (about 8.42 million U.S. dollars).
On the daily box office list, the war epic film “The Battle at Lake Changjin” placed in second with a daily earning of 37.7 million yuan. After 32 days of screenings, the film’s total box office receipts approached 5.5 billion yuan.
The Chinese production was followed by “Dune,” a British science fiction film based on Frank Herbert’s eponymous novel, which grossed 10.57 million yuan on Sunday.