Australian Box Office
|2.||Guardians Of The Galaxy||P/V||2,320,047||2,320,047|
|4.||Mrs Browns Boys D'Movie||2||1,259,806||3,730,677|
|5.||Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes||4||1,177,537||17,259,774|
|7.||Deliver Us From Evil||2||711,784||2,047,291|
|8.||A Most Wanted Man||NEW||429,731||432,164|
|10.||These Final Hours||NEW||301,308||309,196|
|12.||How To Train Your Dragon 2||7||262,530||25,875,026|
|13.||22 Jump Street||7||225,425||22,568,283|
|14.||Monty Python Live (Mostly)||NEW||223,918||223,918|
|15.||Transformers 4: Age Of Extinction||6||211,621||26,729,971|
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The Oz Box Office Wrap Up
with Sean Lynch
Look out world, here comes a kick-ass lady in the form of Scarlett Johanssen and Lucy, kicking its way to the #1 spot of the Australian Box Office. The action vehicle for the sexy star opened to a whopping $6 million (taking in a smooth $19,313 screen average across 318 screens).
It won't stay on top for long based on the excellent preview screening numbers for Marvel's well reviewed Guardians of the Galaxy which did excellent business in the USA and could break all sorts of records once it goes into wide release next week in Oz.
Sadly, Austrlian film These Final Hours didn't fare as well taking just over $300,000 on debut across 164 screens. That's actually quite a large figure for an Australian made film, but expectations were high... once again, Australians just aren't interested in the smell of their own farts.
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