BO Report: The Secret Life of Pets back on top as Storks debuts

26 September, 2016 by Jackie Keast

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The Secret Life of Pets has reclaimed the box office top spot, ringing up almost $3.4 million over the weekend. Now in its third week and showing on 306 screens, the animated Universal film has made $17.9 million overall.

Behind it was last week's number one, fellow Universal title Bridget Jones's Baby. The romantic comedy slipped 24 per cent over its second weekend, bringing in $2.8 million from 299 screens, and now sits on a total of $10.3 million.

Roadshow's Sully fell 22 per cent in its third week to ring up just under $1.7 million. The Clint Eastwood drama has made $8.96 million so far.

WB's animated outing Storks debuted this week on 243 screens, taking $1.3 million. Fellow family title, Disney's Pete's Dragon, was up 4 per cent over its second weekend with $1.04 million. The David Lowery film has made just over $3 million overall.

Behind was another – very different – Disney film, Oliver Stone's Snowden. It debuted on $548,408 from 81 screens; a screen average of $6,770.

Roadshow's Nerve had a 4 per cent boost over its fourth weekend, ringing up $487,184. The techno-thriller now has a cume of $3.5 million.

Roadshow's Blair Witch took $443,829 in its second week – a fall of 37 per cent – and now sits on almost $1.5 million overall.

Sony's Don't Breathe fell 23 per cent in its fourth week; bringing in $408,781. The Fede Alvarez horror film has now made $4.2 million.

Rounding out the top ten was StudioCanal documentary The Beatles: Eight Days A Week, now on $1.6 million after two weeks on screens.

The top Aussie title of the week was Sony's Spin Out, which took in $142,672 from its second weekend. Tim Ferguson and Marc Gracie's romantic comedy, showing on 177 screens, has taken $529,295 overall.

Umbrella's Girl Asleep, showing on 23 screens, took $16,653 over its third weekend to bring its cume to $159,999 overall.

StudioCanal's Down Under, still showing on seven screens, has made $161,496 after seven weeks, while Transmission's Embrace, showing on 14 screens, sits on $238,998 after eight weeks.

Transmission's Goldstone, still on three screens after 12 weeks, has a cume of $806,745.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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