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'Captain America: Civil War' rules China's box office

(Xinhua)    14:45, May 10, 2016

Director Joe Russo behind Marvel's Captain America franchise promotes the latest "Captain America: Civil War" in Beijing, capital of China, April 19, 2016. Main cast Captain America-Chris Evans, Winter Soldier-Sebastian Stan and Falcon-Anthony Mackie also join him. (Xinhuanet photo)

BEIJING, May 10 -- Disney and Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" beat domestic romance "Finding Mr.Right 2" in the week ending May 8, earning 624 million yuan (95.7 million U.S. dollars) after opening on May 6, China Film News reported Monday.

The blockbuster superhero sequel starring Chris Evans had the fourth best opening ever among imported films in China, with strong debut earnings of 180 million yuan on Friday.

"Finding Mr. Right 2" dropped to second place after one week of leading the box office. The film, released on April 29, rang up 282 million yuan in sales in the week.

Disney's "The Jungle Book" grossed 105 million yuan to land in third place after its release on April 15.

In fourth place was "Phantom of the Theater," a domestic thriller that opened on April 29, making 30 million yuan in the past week.

Rounding out the top five was "Miss Partners," which took in 25 million yuan in the week.

(For the latest China news, Please follow People's Daily on Twitter and Facebook)(Editor:Yuan Can,Bianji)

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