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Time Raiders is the latest big budget adventure film from China. Directed by Daniel Lee (Black Mask, 14 Blades, Dragon Blade) and starring Lu Han, Jing Boran and Ma Sichun, the film is currently number one at the Chinese box office. Thanks to Magnum Films, we have Five double passes for the film to give away to our readers. For a chance to win, all you have to do is to follow these two steps: 1) Like the Magnum Film Facebook page, and 2) Email your name and postal address to me at: hugo[at]screenanarchy.com Time Raiders will open in Australian cinemas on August 18 and this competition will close at 3pm on August 17. Good luck!...
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Opening as the No. 1 movie in China this weekend, local 3D adventure fantasy Time Raiders scored a $64.6M debut. The pic, directed by Dragon Blade‘s Daniel Lee and starring Star Wars ambassador Lu Han, was the No. 3 title internationally, behind Suicide Squad and The Secret Life of Pets, when factoring in the latter’s full China frame, which began Tuesday. Including previews, Time Raiders lifts to $70M, per comScore, and gives the Middle Kingdom a needed jolt in a… »
Suspense, fantasy adventure film “Time Raiders” grabbed the top spot at the Chinese box office with a smashing $64.8 million opening weekend. That was more than double the score for “The Secret Life of Pets” which opened earlier in the week. And it relegated last week’s chart topper “League of Gods” to seventh place.
Directed by Hong Kong’s Daniel Lee and distributed by Le Vision Pictures, the releasing arm of Chinese online and technology group Le Eco, “Time Raiders” features an uncle and his nephew poking around ancient tombs. That puts it in the same territory as last December’s “Mojin: The Lost Legend” and required an (English-language) title change from “The Lost Tomb.” It similarly features a large cast of popular stars including Jing Boran (“Monster Hunt”,) Lu Han, Ma Sichun and Wang Jingchun.
With over 85,000 screenings per day “Time Raiders” had by far the largest circuit of theaters in the country. »
- Patrick Frater
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