The series is part of a Nickelodeon initiative to back the creation of Chinese content.
The film will be localized and renamed “Kung Fu Gools” for the Chinese market.
Pixar’s latest almost tripled its debut in its second weekend, grossing $13.7 million.
In other news: Pixar’s “Soul” has opened in China to a modest $5.5 million.
Five years in the making, the ecological fantasy feature topped the Chinese box office last year.
The caveman sequel has now grossed $20.3 million in North America and $36.6 million in China.
Dreamworks’ sequel took an estimated $9.7 million over the Friday-Sunday period, which would mark the strongest opening since Pixar’s “Onward.”
The projects include a retelling of the legend that inspired last year’s break-out hit “Ne Zha.”
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“Demon Slayer” has grossed more than $100 million in ten days. “Over the Moon” managed only $582,000 in its first weekend.
China’s popular streaming service is actively looking for European production partners.
The legendary animator’s feature directorial debut is produced by Netflix and Shanghai’s Pearl Studio.
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The Chinese animated feature, which reimagines the millennia-old Mulan legend, is released in the country next month.