Chinese fans gave the film a 64% average rating on Douban
Tomb Raider has topped China’s box office with over $41 million, knocking Black Panther off the top spot.
The LA Times reports that Tomb Raider is currently sitting at the top of China’s box office. Pulling in $41.5 million in its debut, the film starring Alicia Vikander and Daniel Wu has knocked Black Panther to second place.
Screen Daily reports that the film brought in $43.5 million, which is almost double that of its debut in North America.
Fans gave the film a 64% average rating from a pool of 28,259 on Chinese film rating website Douban.
Black Panther pulled in $101.3m after 10 days in China whilst Dante Lam’s military action film Operation Red Sea earned a total of $581.6m in 31 days. Now sitting in third place at the box office, Operation Red Sea is the second highest grossing film ever, just behind Wolf Warriors 2.