US-China co-production Transformers: Age of Extinction, with its Hong Kong scenes and Chinese character, made more money in China than in the US

//US-China co-production Transformers: Age of Extinction, with its Hong Kong scenes and Chinese character, made more money in China than in the US

US-China co-production Transformers: Age of Extinction, with its Hong Kong scenes and Chinese character, made more money in China than in the US

For all its sound and fury, Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), the fourth film in Michael Bay’s Transformers franchise seemed more likely to follow trends than buck them. Like the 2007 original, it pits good robot aliens the Autobots against bad robot aliens the Decepticons, as an all-star cast gets caught in the middle. Also like the original, it made US$1 billion at the box office worldwide.Unlike the original, however, most of that money came from China.Mark Wahlberg plays unlikely…

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