Bride Wars (Chinese: 新娘大作战) is a 2015 Chinese romantic comedy film directed by Tony Chan. The film is a remake of 2009's Bride Wars that starred Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway. It was released in China on August 20, 2015.
The film came in at number three in its opening weekend, earning USD$24,220,000 (RMB $154,496,958). In its second weekend the film dropped to number seven with $3.34 million. Its two-week total now stands at $27.6 million.
The film has been criticized for its rushed plot which gives no time for any emotional tension to build, leading to audiences being unable to empathize with any of the major emotional beats. Maggie Lee of Variety said that "a not-great Hollywood romantic comedy gets even worse in this atrocious Chinese remake." Elizabeth Kerr of The Hollywood Reporter called the film "a facile and uninspired remake of a facile and uninspired original."