Following on from the massive success of Casino Royale roughly two years ago, James Bond has conquered the Chinese box office yet again.
Variety reports that on its 5 November opening day, Quantum of Solace pulled in $1.67 million, giving it the best debut for a foreign film in 2008.
Surpassing Royale‘s Chinese debut by 44%, Quantum of Solace also had the highest opening day ever for a film, foreign or domestic, released in November and was shown on more than 1,000 screens, the biggest number of screens for a foreign film.
The film accounted for a massive 90.3% of the total Chinese box office on its opening day.
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