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Box Office: ‘THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES’ opens at No. 1 in Germany

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Executive producer Martin Moszkowicz took to Twitter to share some great news regarding The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ opening day in Germany on Thursday (August 29, 2013).

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones was the most popular and successful film on opening day in Germany opening at No. 1.

Keep it up, Shadowhunters! Keep seeing The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones in theaters to help ensure future Mortal Instruments and Infernal Devices movies!

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11 Comments on Box Office: ‘THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES’ opens at No. 1 in Germany

  1. Yeah, with the most hideous dubbing EVER! It destroyed the whole movie for me.

    • I still don’t get why you guys must have all your movies dubbed? I mean you do speak English…. I cried when I saw the german trailer….. and not from happiness I tell you

      • That must have been really distracting

      • Not everyone can speak and understand English. As for me, I undestand written English well but I don’t get everything the characters say in an American movie. I think the question is rather : why aren’t there more subtitled versions of those movies ? Habits are hard to break, I guess…

    • I also saw it yesterday in german . The voices were unbearable! some jokes didn’t even work because the dubbing was deadhearted. (so happy that my cinema shows the movie also in english so I will go again on monday)

      • It was absolutely terrible in Russian, too, they even translated some of the lines wrong, I had to clarify to my friends who went to see the movie with me today what was supposed to be said here and there since I had seen the movie in English last weekend thanks to a courtesy of one movie theaters in Moscow which showed it in English – I call it a courtesy because it’s hardly profitable in Russia where almost no one speaks and understands English that well (there were 12 people in the cinema hall during that special show).

  2. Congratulations

  3. YESSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. teamedwardjace // August 30, 2013 at 2:05 PM // Reply


  5. Just saw the movie with my friends today in germany and it was great 🙂 yeah the voices sucked, I’m definitely going to rewatch the movie in english. I just hope the movie has enough success :/ I’m so sad everyone’s comparing it to Twilight

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