Box Office: Australians continue to see The Invisible Man

• The Invisible Man was once again #1 making $2.19m

In a quiet week of new releases that saw no new films crack the top five, the most noticeable new release The Way Back failed to make the top five as the Australian box office declined 13% making $7.92m.

Not only were there no new entries to the top five but they stayed in the same order as no film was able to shake up the charts.

The Invisible Man was once again #1 making $2.19m which is more than a quarter of the total box office generated this weekend.

#1 The Invisible Man $2.19m

Directed by Australian Leigh Whannell and filmed in Australia the remake of the classic horror film had a fantastic second week after only losing 13% of its revenue from its opening weekend. It was shown on 322 screens which were the same amount as last week as the film averaged $6,828.

#2 Sonic the Hedgehog $1.35m

After four weeks Sonic the Hedgehog has managed to stay in the top two with its total now sitting at $10.88m after averaging $4,685 on 290 screens.

#3 Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears $638,649

The Aussie flick has spent a second week in the top five and is currently the highest grossing local film of the year with a total of $2.34m. This weekend it averaged $2,047 on 312 screens.

#4 Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) $412,867

After five weeks the film starring Australian Margot Robbie now has a total of $10.58m after averaging $1,651 on 250 screens this past weekend.

#5 The Call of the Wild $365,122

After three weeks of release, the film based on the novel of the same name has brought its total to $2.17m. This past weekend the film averaged $1,404 on 260 screens.

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