On the 15th, the film My Paradise City, starring Hong Kong’s strongest top-notch Jiang Tao and Taiwan Province’s floret Vivian Sung, was released in Taipei, and the outside world was generally optimistic about winning a high box office. Surprisingly, it was hit hard on the first day.
According to the statistics of the box office statistics website on the island,On the first day of Taipei, My Paradise City grossed NT$ 27,000 (about RMB 6,100)., ranked 13th in the single-day box office list (third from the bottom), only better than Megalodon 2: Abyss (NT$ 15,000) which was released for 45 days, and Mission Impossible 7: Fatal Liquidation (NT$ 22,000) which was released for more than two months. The following is a screenshot of box office data:
It is worth mentioning that Jiang Tao and his company ViuTV and MakerVillage attached great importance to this film, and went to Taipei to publicize it for a week before it was released. During this period, they recorded well-known variety shows such as "100% Entertainment" and accepted a large number of local media and YouTube channels. The 3,000 Hong Kong gingerbread (the nickname of Jiang Tao fans) that followed once turned Ximending into "Jiangtao Town", which made local citizens and netizens see what is the top stream. Now that this box office result comes out, it’s really quite a hit.
It can be seen that the 3,000 ginger candies left too early. Even if they left one-tenth of the troops, My Paradise City would not only receive 27,000, but there would always be NT$ 60,000. To tell the truth, if Ginger Sugar doesn’t want her idol to lose too badly, she’d better buy a plane ticket to Taiwan Province when she has time at the weekend.
In addition, this is not the first film released by Jiang Tao in Taiwan Province. His "Grandma has a second zuo" (Taiwan translation: Mother’s Star Favorite) won NT$ 430,000 (98,000 yuan) in Taiwan Province last year, and the situation is quite beautiful.
So, what will be the final box office of My Paradise City in Taiwan Province? Xiao Bian believes that according to the current situation, the high probability is between NT$ 300,000 and NT$ 400,000, and at most it is about NT$ 500,000, unless there is a major positive box office event with abnormal trend.
As for Hong Kong’s box office (released on October 12th), considering that wuli Taotao is, after all, the top stream in Hong Kong, with a huge amount of ginger candy and high combat effectiveness at home, it is expected that it will take HK$ 5 million or even HK$ 10 million even in the off-season.