Today sees the release in China of the film adaptation of video game Warcraft - two days ahead of its US release.
According to Hollywood industry publication 'Deadline' - the release will be the largest ever in China, playing on over two-thirds of the Country's 39,000 cinema screens.
Deadline highlight that the film has had investment from several Chinese firms, and one of the film's producers, Legendary, is owned by China's Wanda.
To date, Warcraft has already grossed $69 million at the box office on a budget of $150 million, although reviews of the film have been mixed.
It's directed by Duncan Jones, and stars Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Charles Roven and Alex Gartner.