"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" surpassed the $100-million mark at the Chinese box office last week, becoming the fourth-highest-grossing imported film in the territory this year.
Four American movies have now made more than $100 million in the mainland in 2014 -- the club also includes "Transformers: Age of Extinction" ($304.4 million), "X-Men: Days of Future Past" ($118.1 million) and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" ($118 million), according to data from film industry consulting firm Artisan Gateway.
20thCentury Fox's "Apes" has now made a total of $105 million after a month in theaters here.
In second place for the seven days ending Sunday was "The Expendables 3," which has racked up a total of nearly $65 million, far outpacing its performance stateside.
The Liam Neeson suspense thriller “Non-Stop” -- which hit theaters in the U.S. way back in February -- finally opened in China on Friday, landing in third place with $7.5 million in its first weekend in release.
Fourth place for the week went to Warner Bros.' "Into the Storm," which has now earned a total of $15.3 million in China.
Rounding out the box-office top five for the week was the local production "But Always," which has taken in a total of nearly $31.5 million.