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 The World of Film in Australia - on the Internet Updated Thursday, April 17, 2014 - Edition No 893 

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Mary Sum Says: The Grand Budapest Hotel scored highest averages $16,796 on 108 and is among the top 5 films which grossed $15.2 million of the top 20’s total $18 million, with The Lego Movie giving the box office a leg-up to the tune of $5.17 million bricks of gold. And it dipped just 10% in its second week. Mr Peabody & Sherman shot up 36% on 119 fewer screens (389) and Muppets Most Wanted weren’t very wanted, taking $820K on 267 screen. Also opened: Any Day Now M, Pinnacle) with $6,508 on 6. #Figures in [brackets] indicate number of screens and average; takings are in Aus dollars.

Most Popular Films For Period Weekend, April 10 - 13, 2014
WIR = Weeks In Release
No WIR Title $ %
Total $
1 2 THE LEGO MOVIE (PG), ROADSHOW [516/ $10,033] 5,176,972 -10%
14,452,168
2 2 CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER (M), WALT DISNEY [571/ $6,384] 3,645,372 -40%
12,194,578
3 1 DIVERGENT (M), ENTERTAINMENT ONE [233/ $13,561] 3,159,775 N/A
3,291,600
4 1 THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (M), FOX [108/ $16,796] 1,813,992 N/A
1,965,745
5 3 MR. PEABODY AND SHERMAN (PG), FOX [389/ $3,747] 1,457,565 36%
7,765,830
6 3 NOAH (M), PARAMOUNT [387/ $3,231] 1,250,245 -44%
10,300,632
7 1 MUPPETS MOST WANTED (G), WALT DISNEY [267/ $3,073] 820,404 N/A
1,064,863
8 5 THE MONUMENTS MEN (M), FOX [141/ $1,647] 232,253 -61%
8,396,544
9 4 RIDE ALONG (M), UNIVERSAL [53/ $1,803] 95,569 -65%
2,453,475
10 1 DISCO SINGH (M), SIZZLING [20/ $4,290] 85,805 N/A
85,805
11 1 MET OPERA: WERTHER (EX), SHARMILL [31/ $2,297] 71,198 N/A
71,198
12 4 WADJDA (PG), ENTERTAINMENT ONE [25/ $1,973] 49,330 -44%
456,132
13 9 THE DALLAS BUYERS CLUB (MA15+), PINNACLE FILMS [31/ $1,519] 47,090 -54%
2,918,345
14 6 TRACKS (M), PARAMOUNT/TRANSMISSION [40/ $905] 36,202 -50%
2,267,159
15 5 NEED FOR SPEED (M), WALT DISNEY/DREAMWORKS [22/ $1,471] 32,356 -82%
4,203,703
16 7 NON-STOP (M), STUDIOCANAL [15/ $1,629] 24,435 -71%
5,825,860
17 12 THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (R18+), ROADSHOW [7/ $3,165] 22,152 -38%
23,289,302
18 11 12 YEARS A SLAVE (MA15+), ICON [20/ $1,032] 20,641 -63%
7,508,139
19 1 BHOOTHNATH RETURNS (PG), FRIENDS INDIA [8/ $2,085] 16,683 N/A
16,683
20 8 LE WEEK-END (M), PARAMOUNT/TRANSMISSION [21/ $781] 16,404 -56%
1,109,443




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