This week, the Australian box office made a total of $ 7.08 million. This was down 25% from last week, as the new set of lockdown restrictions wreaked havoc on cinema.
Fast & Furious 9 Still making the most of his time at the top of the box office, a position he’s been solidly seated in since its release three weeks ago. Fast & Furious 9 grossed nearly 9 million in its opening weekend – the biggest opening weekend release audience since Jumanji: the next level in December 2019 – and has made an impressive $ 17.8 million to date.
To be in the top five after having already given up is Untamed spirit. After coming in seventh last week, the animated film based on the Netflix series Spirit Riding Free galloped to the top of the charts this week to place third.
Dropping out of the top five this week is The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It, slipping to seventh place this week.
# 1, Fast & Furious 9, $ 1.93 million
Showing no signs of pumping the brakes, Fast & Furious 9 was the only movie this week to cross the million dollar mark. In its third week of release, it averaged $ 4,874 across 395 screens.
# 2, The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, $ 979,128
Featuring Salma Hayek, Ryan Reynolds, and Samuel L. Jackson, The bodyguard of the hitman’s wife started in second place last week. Staying stable this week, it has averaged $ 3,613 across 271 screens, bringing it to a total of $ 5.81 million to date.
# 3, Untamed Spirit, $ 663,507
Moving up to the top five after briefly giving up, Untamed spirit averaging $ 2,422 on 274 screens. The animated adventure has now grossed a total of $ 3.95 million.
# 4, Cruella, $ 570,809
In its sixth week of release, Cruel has been out the longest of all the top five movies. With an average of $ 2,460 on 232 screens, Disney’s latest live-action film grossed a total of $ 8.40 million.
# 5, In the heights, $ 565,639
Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote a musical before Hamilton, and it has now received the cinematic treatment. In the heights averaged $ 2,407 out of 235 this week, and in his second week, he made a total of $ 2.61 million.