Oriol Paulo’s unpredictable suspense film is being released today in China on more than 6,000 screens. No other Spanish-speaking live-action film has ever done such a thing.
Film Factory Entertainment, along with Beijing-based distributor Time-in-Portrait, is proud to have pushed for this never-seen-before theatrical release. THE INVISIBLE GUEST is going to screen all over the Chinese territory, becoming one of the biggest releases of the week just behind studio titles War for the Planet of the Apes and Spider-Man Homecoming, and the Japanese anime Sword Art Online the Movie: Ordinal Scale.
The title has gained USD 14MM, around 2.9M admissions in 10 days.
THE INVISIBLE GUEST has become a summer hit across theaters:
It was released in Greece, ranked #1 in its opening weekend on twenty-six screens and brought in more than 50,000 admissions after six weeks in theaters.
It was released in Taiwan, too, in twenty-three cinemas and ended up with around 40,000 admissions thanks to a very good word-of-mouth.