Universal’s spy thriller Jason Bourne slipped past Fox’s Ice Age: Collision Course to win the weekend at the Chinese box office as Hollywood fare returned to the world’s No. 2 movie market in force following a shorter-than-usual summer blackout on foreign imports, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jason Bourne’s six-day China total was approximately $50 million, according to Universal’s tally, with Ice Age earning $42.5 million after six days. The two Hollywood imports brought some much-needed vitality to the Chinese market, which has been sagging badly compared to the same period last year. The weekend before Jason Bourne and Collision Course came to market, China’s box office pulled in just $61.8 million, the weakest frame this summer. Total box office in July was down 18% year-over-year.