Australian Box Office Report: Disney are still ruling the jungle but for how long?

Hi Folks,

Hope you all had a good long weekend.

The stats are in. There’s no change to the number #1 as far as film is concerned, just a slight decrease the takings for The Jungle Book. However we do have a new number #2 – and that’s newcomer, Eddie the Eagle which racked up $2.6 million.

The Boss and The Huntsman Winter’s War have fallen a bit, as well as The Fan – which is completely off the charts – but Eye in the Sky still stays strong making up #10.

As I mentioned last week, Jeff Nichols’ new film Midnight Special and the Australian film Pawno came out last week, but unfortunately haven’t made it into the charts, I’m rooting for you guys.

Week Ending 27-Apr-16

# Film Title Distributor Box Office
1 THE JUNGLE BOOK WALT DISNEY $5,806,082
2 EDDIE THE EAGLE FOX $2,630,996
3 ZOOTOPIA WALT DISNEY $1,682,074
4 THE BOSS UNIVERSAL $1,584,540
5 DIVERGENT SERIES: ALLEGIANT ENTERTAINMENT ONE $1,422,975
6 KUNG FU PANDA 3 FOX/DREAMWORKS $787,637
7 THE HUNTSMAN WINTER’S WAR UNIVERSAL $730,202
8 MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 2 UNIVERSAL $627,472
9 BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE WARNER BROS $588,037
10 EYE IN THE SKY ENTERTAINMENT ONE $332,798

This week sees Australian comedy/drama, A Month of Sundays, God’s Not Dead 2, Mother’s Day staring Kate Hudson and Jennifer Anniston and of course, Captain America: Civil War., which is going to be epic!

All figures from The Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia and Box Office Mojo

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