The box office Kings, of Mykonos

11 June, 2010 by IF

Press release from Paramount Pictures



THE KINGS OF MYKONOS: WOG BOY 2 has taken A$4.3M at the Australian box office after only three weeks. The film also opened to great figures in Greece on June 3, with 43,000 tickets sold over the first weekend, on 50 screens, coming in at second place to Sex and the City 2 which sold 50,000 tickets on 100 screens.

When the highly anticipated sequel opened in Australian late last month it came in at number two, behind Robin Hood, easily beating all other films opening that week. THE KINGS OF MYKONOS: WOG BOY 2 took A$1,819,000 in its opening weekend making it the biggest opening weekend for an Australian film this year, in front of Bran Nue Dae which opened with A$1,611,000 and went on to gross over A$7.5 million.

These excellent results put THE KINGS OF MYKONOS: WOG BOY 2 at tenth spot in the Top 10 Australian Openings of all time.

THE KINGS OF MYKONOS: WOG BOY 2 stars Nick Giannopoulos, Vince Colosimo and Alex Dimitriades. Written by Chris Anastassiades and Nick Giannopoulos, THE KINGS OF MYKONOS: WOG BOY 2 is directed by multi-award winning director Peter Andrikidis, Produced by Emile Sherman of See-Saw Films and Giannopoulos of G.O. Films, Executive Produced by Iain Canning and Andrew Penney and Co-Produced by Sally Ayre-Smith. The film is part financed by Screen Australia and is distributed in Australia and New Zealand by Transmission and Paramount Pictures.

‘THE KINGS OF MYKONOS: WOG BOY 2’ is in cinemas now.