Adding to its already strong international ticket sales, "Gravity" has made an estimated $9 million in its first two days in China, according to
The Alfonso Cuarón space drama, which has attracted awards buzz, generated $4.7 million on Tuesday, its first day of release in the country, where it's showing on 5,854 screens. Early numbers show the film taking in an additional $4.2 million on Wednesday. This represents the studio's biggest China opening for a non-holiday.
The biggest opening ever for any U.S. film in China was this year’s “
The film, which stars
It made an additional $2.2 million in other markets Tuesday, bringing its total take outside the U.S. to $286.4 million and lifting its worldwide gross to $527.2 million.
The adult-skewing movie opened in the country just ahead of
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