The Hollywood action film “Logan,” starring
The film, an X-Men spinoff directed by
The sentimental film "A Dog's Purpose," directed by Lasse Hallstrom, ascended to second with $36.1 million in ticket receipts, bringing its 10-day total to $53.7 million, despite a mediocre run in North America.
The dog film was produced by
China's state media China Youth Daily attributed the film's success to the country's growing pet ownership and a lack of the pet-themed titles in China's market.
The action-horror movie "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter," starring Milla Jovovich, slipped to third, seeing a 68.3% drop to $13.9 million in its third week. However, its 17-day total hit a massive $153.3 million, making it the 26th-highest grossing film in China of all time.
The Japanese animated film "Kingsgaive: Final Fantasy XV," directed by Takeshi Nozue, took forth place, pulling in $3 million in three days. The science fiction fantasy, produced by Japanese entertainment giant Square Enix Co., is based on the role-playing video game of the same name.
Illumination Entertainment's animated musical "Sing," released by Universal Pictures, ranked fifth by grossing $1.9 million last week for a 24-day total of $29.9 million.