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"Wonder Woman 1984" Bombs In China


"Wonder Woman 1984" earned $1.5 million at the China box office over the weekend. Business Insider reports that's a 92% decline from its debut in the region. "Wonder Woman 1984" scored a lackluster 7.8 on the Chinese ticketing app Maoyan. The movie scored a 6.5 from the Chinese social network Douban. Those numbers suggest audiences weren't enthused about the movie.

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