BO Report: ‘Arrival’ and ‘Nocturnal Animals’ bow

13 November, 2016 by Jackie Keast

Amy Adams in 'Arrival'. 

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Doctor Strange continues to hold the number one position at the box office, ringing up $2.6 million in its third weekend on screens. The Disney title has amassed $16 million so far. 

Debuting just behind was Roadshow's Arrival; the sci-fi drama starring Amy Adams taking $2.2 million.  

Icon's Hacksaw Ridge dropped 20 per cent over its second weekend to take $1.3 million. The film, which marks Mel Gibson's return to directing after a 10 year hiatus, has grossed $3.6 million overall.

Also in its second week, Warner Bros' The Accountant took $1.14 million; a fall of 27 per cent. The Gavin O'Connor action thriller starring Ben Affleck has a cume of $3.3 million.

No other films managed to cracked the million dollar mark over the weekend, with Universal's Tom Ford thriller Nocturnal Animals  also starring Amy Adams  bowing on $599,194.

Just behind it was eOne's Australia-shot The Light Between Oceans, now in its second week. The romantic period drama earned $525,016, a drop of 20 per cent, taking its cume to $1.6 million. Fellow eOne title The Girl on the Train dropped 39 per cent to make $463,285. It sits on $15.1 million after six weeks.

Paramount's Jack Reacher: Never Go Back sits on $6 million after four weeks, while Fox's Keeping Up With the Joneses is on $2.8 million after the same amount of time.

Warner Bros' Storks has snuck back into the top ten, making $127,077 over the weekend  up 58 per cent. The animated family film has made $8.2 million after eight weeks on screens .

Cinema Live's Australian Ballet: Cinderella debuted on $8,286 from 13 screens. Joe Cinque's Consolation, still showing on seven screens, has made $170,080 after five weeks. Transmission's Embrace is still showing on nine screens after 15 weeks, and has made $269,557 overall. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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