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Australian Box Office

(USA Box Office)


 Title Weeks In
$ Last
$ Total
 1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 NEW 11,888,205 11,888,205
 2. Interstellar 3 2,182,322 13,031,030
 3. Let's Be Cops 2 761,694 2,923,667
 4. Gone Girl 8 478,286 25,591,675
 5. My Old Lady 2 380,104 1,126,745
 6. Fury 5 344,293 8,876,952
 7. Pride 4 257,790 2,345,667
 8. Love, Rosie 3 182,835 1,437,041
 9. John Wick 4 140,879 3,044,269
 10. The Drop 2 102,005 355,355
 11. Chaar Sahibzaade 3 68,158 628,017
 12. Met Opera: Le Nozze Di Figaro NEW 65,904 65,904
 13. The Boxtrolls 10 58,620 6,881,919
 14. The Dark Horse NEW 54,270 57,179
 15. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day P/V 49,759 49,759

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The Oz Box Office Wrap Up
with Sean Lynch

As it was pretty much all across the globe, the latest franchise epic The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 took out the #1 spot at the Australian Box Office - thanks in part to fandom, but also due to taking up most of the screens on offer across the country (upwards of 570 screens if we are getting specific).

As is often becoming the theme with the Australian Box Office, there's a really strong showing from smaller films which are holding up the bottom end of the charts. Maps to the Stars (showing on just two screens) took $14,386, while the excellent The Drop took over $100,000 on 42 screens.

Sadly the movie of the year, Whiplash, continues to struggle showing on just 30+ screens, after five weeks it's only JUST cracked the half a million mark. It deserves to have more people see it.


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