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Chan's biggest opener in four years is no accident

Golden Harvest allowed no mishaps with the release of Jackie Chan's latest title, The Accidental Spy. Teddy Chan's US$25m action-comedy, which opened over the highly competitive Chinese New Year period on 49 screens, has proved Chan's biggest opener in four years, taking US$1.78m in its first week on release. January has proved successful for Chan in the past. In 1997 Mr Nice Guy, the last Chan film to gross more than Spy in its opening week, pulled in $2,073,601 ...

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