Box Office: Bob Marley: One Love surpasses $100 million at the Global Box Office

Bob Marley One Love Box Office

This weekend, the Australian box office made $7.7M

Bob Marley: One Love still on top, earns $1.2 million at the Box Office
This weekend, the Australian box office made $7,702,060, down 18% from last week’s $9,241,641.


1. Bob Marley: One Love – $1,282,638 (1)

For its second week in cinemas, Paramount’s Bob Marley: One Love biopic came in in the number one position. The film has now made an impressive $120 million worldwide on a $70 million budget. The film was produced with the involvement of the Marley estate and took $1,282,638, averaging $3,375 over 380 screens, down 37% from last week. This brings its total cume to $4,770,435.

Synopsis: Jamaican singer-songwriter Bob Marley (Kingsley Ben-Adir) overcomes adversity to become the most famous reggae musician in the world.


2. Madame Web – $869,863 (2)

Sony’s Madame Web came in second for its second week in cinemas, with the SSU film grossing $869,863. The Dakota Johnson-led flick has now made $3,605,659, overall. This week it averaged $2,410 over 361 screens, down 49%. 

Synopsis: Cassandra Webb (Dakota Johnson) is a New York City paramedic who starts to show signs of clairvoyance. Forced to confront revelations about her past, she must protect three young women from a mysterious adversary who wants them dead.

3. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To the Hashira Training — $791,757 (debut)

Making its debut in cinemas this week was Sony’s Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To the Hashira Training. Not a traditional film, but two episodes of a series, it is a Japanese animated dark fantasy action based on the Swordsmith Village and Hashira Training arc of the 2016–20 manga series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba by Koyoharu Gotouge. 

The film grossed $791,757, averaging $3,999 over 198 screens.

Synopsis: Following the events of Swordsmith Village, Tanjiro Kamado undergoes rigorous training with the Stone Hashira, Gyomei Himejima, in his quest to become a Hashira as the demon king Muzan Kibutsuji and the three remaining Kizuki members– Akaza, Doma, and Kokushibo– start their search for Nezuko and the Ubuyashiki family.

4. Force of Nature: The Dry 2 – $629,653 (3)

In the fourth position this week was the second instalment to Roadshow’s The Dry franchise, Force of Nature. Starring Eric Bana and Deborra-Lee Furness, the movie brought in $629,653 for its third week in cinemas, averaging $1,804 over 349 screens and down 34%. The flick has now made $6,039,213 in cinemas to date.

Synopsis: Five women head out on a remote hiking retreat but only four return, each telling a different story. Detective Aaron Falk (Bana) must find out what really happened before time runs out.

5. Argylle – $465,466 (4)

Sitting at number five for its fourth week at the movies was Universal’s Argylle starring Dua Lipa and Henry Cavill. In Australia, the film grossed $465,466, averaging $1,668 over 279 screens, down 30%. This now brings its total earnings to $5,937,692in Australian cinemas to date.

Synopsis: Reclusive author Elly Conway (Lipa) writes best-selling espionage novels about a secret agent named Argylle (Cavill) who’s on a mission to unravel a global spy syndicate. However, when the plots of her books start to mirror the covert actions of a real-life spy organization, the line between fiction and reality begins to blur.


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