Disney's "The Jungle Book" continued its strong swing through China in its second week of release, earning nearly $50 million in the seven days ending Sunday and approaching $100 million after just 10 days in theaters.
"Jungle Book" was able to keep two new releases out of the top spot – the local production "Yesterday Once More" and Universal Pictures' "The Huntsman: Winter's War," which had to settle for second and third place, respectively. Both arrived in theaters on Friday.
"Yesterday Once More," a romance from Enlight Pictures, took in $15.3 million. "The Huntsman" reaped a modest $10.6 million.
Hanging on in fourth place last week was "London Has Fallen," the Millennium Films action film. Since its release April 8, the film has earned $51 million in China – about $10 million shy of its receipts in the U.S. and Canada.
Rounding out the top five for the week was "My New Sassy Girl," a cross-cultural Chinese-South Korean romantic comedy, which opened with $3.7 million.