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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 had no competition as expected, blowing even Moneyball completely out of the water. $12 million in takings saw no other new release enter the top 10 and the only change saw The Debt jump up ahead of Shark Night 3D.

By on November 16, 2011

In a quiet weekend at the box office, Sarah Jessica Parker’s new rom-com I Don’t Know How She Does It found itself in second place over the weekend with a haul just under $1 million, leaving reigning champ In Time at the top once again with $1.5m. Shakespearean conspiracy Anonymous just managed to scrape into the list in 9th position, while other [...]

By on November 7, 2011

In Time was the clear winner of the new films this week, earning $2.38m to take out first place at the Australian Box Office. The two others that made the top 10 weren’t a surprise but gained little fanfare, Warrior on $706,000 on mainstream release and Cannes favourite Drive, on $466,000 on limited. Paranormal Activity 3, [...]

By on November 1, 2011

New civil rights drama The Help couldn’t threaten Horrible Bosses in its second week, with the comedy managing over $2.1 million to stay well afloat of the uncompromising Red Dog, now almost at $13 million – a huge positive for Australian film. Other new releases Final Destination 5 and One Day also made [...]

By on September 9, 2011

Comedy Horrible Bosses opened very well to $3.17 million, but Aussie heart-warmer Red Dog is doing extremely well to make almost $2 million in its fourth week. The only other debutante to make the top 10 this week was Priest, but Edinburgh Film Festival opener The Guard and Beginners [...]

By on August 31, 2011

Big release Green Lantern only just scraped into top spot this week, with Rise of the Planet of the Apes performing very strongly in its second week of release. Both with figures over three million, next in line was Australian film Red Dog, doing well amongst the superhero/fantasy dominance with almost [...]

By on August 17, 2011

Plenty of new entries dominated this week, with four films placing in the top five. Animation Rio landed on top with almost $3 million ahead of nationwide school holidays, while other youth-targeted films Hop and Justin Bieber: Never Say Never made upwards of $1 million each. Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch had the best screen average ($7000 p/screen) to come in second spot. The rest of [...]

By on April 13, 2011
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