Jungle Book Brings in $12 Million in China on Opening Day

Forbes is reporting that Disney’s “The Jungle Book” took in $12 million on its opening day (Friday) in China from close to 65,000 screens throughout the country.

The Jungle Book sequel

To put this number in perspective, Disney’s last blockbuster, Zootopia, brought in $3.4 million on its opening day in China back in March.

Forbes breaks down the numbers and makes some projections as to just how successful “The Jungle Book” can be in China and globally. The full article is definitely worth a read and can be found here.

Have you seen “The Jungle Book” yet? What did you think? Leave a comment below and share!

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