Why Movie Success Depends on Winning Chinese Fans
Walt Disney Co.’s long-awaited sequel “Finding Dory” set an opening record for an animated movie, topping the box office this weekend. The film, a follow-up to the 2003 hit “Finding Nemo,” collected $135.1 million in theaters in the U.S and Canada, according to an e-mailed statement Monday from ComScore Inc. The only other new release of the weekend, Warner Bros.’ comedy “Central Intelligence,” placed second with $35.5 million in ticket sales. Disney last topped the list in May with its third “Captain America” film. Bloomberg's Paul Sweeney reports and UBS Head of Emerging Markets Cross Asset Strategy Bhanu Baweja discusses the outlook for the media sector with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."