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'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter' Is a Massive Hit in China

'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter' Is a Massive Hit in China

Milla Jovovich‘s new movie Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is making a massive amount of money during its opening weekend in China!

The film was released in the U.S. a month ago and didn’t do too well at the box office, but the studio clearly made this film for its international fans as it’s doing amazing business around the world.

The Final Chapter, which also stars Ali Larter, has already earned $140 million worldwide and now it can add $70 million from its first two days in release in China, according to Deadline.

The movie grossed $33 million on its first day in theaters in China, which amounted to the third-highest opening day of all time in the country.

Thanks to the success overseas, it looks like Resident Evil: The Final Chapter might not actually be the final chapter in the franchise!

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    The studio didn’t make this film for its international audience. That’s ridiculous to say. The movie was successful in the States as well as internationally because it was a great film. Milla has already stressed that this was the final film, and if the person that wrote this article had actually seen the ending, they’d understand why it is the final film.

  • Jono

    Why is it ridiculous to say that this movie was made for the international audience? It wasn’t even made by an American production company. Also no, it’s actually so far the lowest grossing Resident Evil movie in the States out of all six films so far.