A still from Warcraft: The Beginning (2016). Despite flopping badly in the US, the film made a massive US$156 million in its first five days on release in China. A still from Warcraft: The Beginning (2016). Despite flopping badly in the US, the film made a massive US$156 million in its first five days on release in China.
A still from Warcraft: The Beginning (2016). Despite flopping badly in the US, the film made a massive US$156 million in its first five days on release in China.

How Chinese movie fans made Warcraft the most successful video game adaptation of all time

  • Directed by Duncan Jones and starring Vikings’ Travis Fimmel, Warcraft flopped in the US, but made US$156 million just in its first five days in China in 2016
  • In retrospect that shouldn’t have come as a surprise – not only is China the world’s biggest entertainment market, it has an estimated 740 million gamers

Topic |   American films
A still from Warcraft: The Beginning (2016). Despite flopping badly in the US, the film made a massive US$156 million in its first five days on release in China. A still from Warcraft: The Beginning (2016). Despite flopping badly in the US, the film made a massive US$156 million in its first five days on release in China.
A still from Warcraft: The Beginning (2016). Despite flopping badly in the US, the film made a massive US$156 million in its first five days on release in China.
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