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(Australian Box Office)


 Title Weeks In
$ Last
$ Total
 1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 NEW 121.8M 121.8M
 2. Big Hero 6 3 20.1M 135.7M
 3. Interstellar 3 15.3M 120.9M
 4. Dumb and Dumber To 2 14M 57.7M
 5. Gone Girl 8 2.8M 156.8M
 6. Beyond the Lights 2 2.6M 10.1M
 7. St. Vincent 7 2.2M 36.5M
 8. Fury 6 1.9M 79.1M
 9. Birdman 6 1.8M 14.4M
 10. The Theory of Everything 3 1.5M 2.8M
 11. Nightcrawler 4 1.2M 27.1M
 12. Ouija 5 0.9M 49.5M
 13. John Wick 5 0.8M 40.6M
 14. Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas 2 0.6M 1.9M
 15. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day 7 0.6M 63.3M


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The US Box Office Results Wrap Up
with Sean Lynch

No surprises that the #1 movie at the USA Box Office this week was The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, which scored the best opening of 2014 - but strangely was also the lowest opening weekend for the franchise.

Some suggest this lower take could have something to do with Christopher Nolan's Interstellar locking up a large portion of IMAX screens (which tend to demand higher ticket prices). Speaking of which Nolan's sci-fi epic dropped 47% in its third week and has now clocked $120.7M domestically.

If it continues its success over the next few weeks it will soon surpass Seth Rogen's Bad Neighbors as the top-grossing film of 2014 not based on a pre-existing franchise. Worldwide it has grossed $449.7M worldwide.

Word of mouth has led Dumb and Dumber To to drop a whopping 62% in its second weekend, proving that nostalgia doesn't equal success ALL the time.

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