Ever the early adopters, Hong Kong audiences (and a few censor-evading visitors from the mainland) have turned the Chinese film 3-D Sex And Zen: Extreme Ecstasy—a stereoscopic porn that follows “a young man as he befriends a duke and enters a world of royal orgies and other sexual peccadilloes” in your face —into a box-office smash, grossing 2.78 million Hong Kong dollars on its opening day last week. That bests the previous record held by James Cameron’s Avatar, which had a first-day gross of 2.63 million in 2009. Perhaps Cameron should have left in the ponytail-fucking?