Box Office: Ford v Ferrari maintains pole position with second week at #1

• Overall, the Australian box office declined 26% on the previous weekends total making $7.28m.

Ford v Ferrari has spent a second week atop the Australian box office after a small decline of 24% on its opening weekend total and was one of only two films, along with Last Christmas to break the $1m threshold this past weekend.

Only one film joins the top five this week as 21 Bridges starring Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) takes the place of Terminator: Dark Fate which made a total of $8.05m over its first four weeks of release.

Overall, the Australian box office declined 26% on the previous weekends total making $7.28m.

#1 Ford v Ferrari $1.94m 

A solid second week in Australian theatres has seen the film, based on the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans race, swell to $5.40m after producing an average of $4,664 on 418 screens.

#2 Last Christmas $1.22m

The film clawed it’s way back to the second spot at the Australian box office after slipping to third last week. This is the third week in a row the film made a $1m+ total as its overall revenue now sits at $4.46m. The film was shown on 277 screens for an average of $4,439.

#3 Charlie’s Angels $993,214

The latest entry from the female crime-fighting franchise slips to third spot after its second week of release. The film averaged $2,879 on 345 screens, bringing its total to $3.36m.

#4 21 Bridges $494,438

The only new entry to the top five is about a NYPD detective who shuts down the eponymous 21 bridges of Manhattan to find two suspected cop killers. The new arrival averaged $2,436 on 203 screens.

#5 Joker $483,335

After eight weeks the DC flick still finds itself in the top five, making a total of $39.33m so far over the course of its run. This past weekend it made an average of $2,238  on 216 screens.

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