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Rounding out the top five was “Dad, Where Are We Going 2,” a reality TV show spinoff from Le Vision Pictures that sold million in tickets.The first installment last year was one of the top-grossing domestic films of 2014.Adding in receipts from preview screenings, the -million film has now earned million on the mainland.It was directed by French helmer Jean-Jacques Annaud, who was banned from China after his 1997 film “Seven Years in Tibet” criticized Beijing’s invasion of the region.Left to right, actors Siwon Choi, John Cusak, Jackie Chan and Adrien Brody taste dumplings during an event to promote their new movie "Dragon Blade" in Taipei on Feb. (Chiang Ying-ying / Associated Press) The 3-D historical action movie “Dragon Blade” starring Jackie Chan ruled at mainland cinemas over the Chinese New Year holiday, raking in .4 million in a record-breaking week for the country’s box office.
Year to date, the mainland China box office has pulled in 8.2 million in ticket sales.Chinese New Year, which officially began last Thursday, is one of the top movie-going periods of the year as schools, businesses and government offices close for the holiday.In second place for the week was the Chow Yun Fat comedy “The Man From Macau 2,” a.k.a.“From Vegas to Macau 2,” from Bona Film, which took in .1 million.The first installment was released over the Chinese New Year period in 2014, and performed well, earning over million on the mainland. The 3-D fantasy adventure film “Zhongkui: Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal,” was at No.
3, with $30.4 million in earnings, Artisan said.“Wolf Totem,” a 3-D nature morality tale based on a popular memoir, pulled in $24.6 million for the week.