How did a Chinese movie beat “No Time to Die” and “The Legend of the Ten Rings”?

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The latest James Bond movie “No Time to Die” or even “Shang-Shi…The Legend of the Ten Rings” is not currently the most successful in the world.

The Chinese propaganda film, “Battle of Changjin Lake”, which is about the Korean War in the 1950s, is at the fore.

The film, whose story centers on the victory of Chinese soldiers over American forces, made in the first two weeks of its release only $ 633 million at the box office, which puts it far ahead of the movie “Chang-Chi: The Legend of the Ten Rings”, whose worldwide revenues reached $402 million, and is expected to become the highest-grossing Chinese film of all time.

The film’s success is good news for the Chinese film industry affected by the pandemic, as the COVID-19 outbreak has forced theaters to close and reopen several times.

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