BO Report: ‘Finding Dory’ beats out ‘Central Intelligence’, ‘The BFG’

04 July, 2016 by Jackie Keast

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Finding Dory has dominated the Aussie box office for the third week in a row, hauling in $5.5 million over the weekend. The film has already brought in $30.5 million after only three weeks.

Action comedy Central Intelligence, starring Dwayne Johnson, debuted behind on $4.7 million. Following was Steven Spielberg's The BFG, debuting on $2.6 million.

Roland Emmerich's Independence Day: Resurgence fell 57 per cent in its second week, ringing up $2.1 million over the weekend to bring its total to $8.5 million.

Ice Age: Collision Course, the fifth installment in the Ice Age series, brought in $1.6 million over the weekend to bring its cume to almost $4 million in its first week.

Romantic drama Me Before You fell 36 per cent over the weekend and has made $8.6 million after three weeks. Hunt for the Wilderpeople fell 12 per cent in its sixth week, and now sits on a gross of almost $7.4 million.  

The Conjuring 2 fell 53 per cent this weekend, bringing in $537,336. The James Wan horror has grossed almost $10 million after four weeks.

Duncan Jones's Warcraft: The Beginning fell a steep 63 per cent over the weekend, and sits on almost $6 million after three weeks.

Rounding out the top ten was Now You See Me 2, with a cume of $9.1 million after five weeks.

Eva Orner's Chasing Asylum, showing on six screens, has grossed $164,513 after six weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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