Box Office: Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny’s adventure continues, bringing in over 11 million since debut

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This weekend, the Australian box office made $14.7 million.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny has also made over USD 248 million globally

This weekend, the Australian box office made $14,755,889, down 7% from last week’s $15,701,372. 

Once again, fans spent their wintery weekend at the cinema watching Harrison Ford’s last adventure in Walt Disney’s Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. The film, which debuted at the Australian box office in the number one spot last week, has now made over $11.1 million in Oz and over USD 248 million globally.

Given it is Ford’s final outing for the franchise — and it wasn’t as much of a success as the studio was intending — Disney recently released a video starring the iconic actor, asking for fans to head to the cinema. While it’s only been given a 69% score on the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer, it did score a 88% by the audience, proving that Indyfiles are still going strong! 

In most states of the country, kids have been settling into their school holidays with a trip to the movies. Coming in second this weekend was Walt Disney’s Elemental, which in its fourth week, recorded $2.6 million nationally, up 32%.

There’s no slowing our Spidey down, who came in third for its sixth weekend at the box office. Sony’s Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse brought in $1.6 million nationally, down 9%.

Then, for its third week in cinemas, Paramount’s Transformers: Rise of the Beasts came fourth, taking $1.5 million, down 30%. Starring Hamilton Broadway alum Anthony Ramos, Rise of the Beasts follows 2018’s Bumblebee.

Making its first appearance this week and coming in at number five was Sony’s Insidious: The Red Door. The American supernatural horror film was directed by and stars Patrick Wilson (in his directorial debut) and brought in $1.4 million.

Falling out of the top five this weekend was Walt Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Sony’s No Hard Feelings, CMC’s Lost in the Stars (debut), Roadshow’s Joy Ride (debut) and Warner Bros’ The Flash.

#1 Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny $3,145,373

Daredevil archaeologist Indiana Jones (Ford) races against time to retrieve a legendary dial that can change the course of history. Accompanied by his goddaughter, Helena (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), he soon finds himself squaring off against Jürgen Voller (Mads Mikkelsen), a former Nazi who works for NASA. The film grossed $3,145,373, averaging $5,935 over 530 screens.

#2 Elemental $2,673,687

Elemental journeys alongside an unlikely pair, Ember (Leah Lewis) and Wade (Mamoudou Athie), in a city where fire, water, land and air residents live together. The fiery young woman and the go-with-the-flow guy are about to discover something elemental: how much they actually have in common. The film grossed $2,673,687, averaging $7,510 over 356 screens

#3 Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse$1,607,718

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse follows Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), who is catapulted across the Multiverse, where he encounters the Spider Society, a team of Spider-People charged with protecting the Multiverse’s very existence. The film grossed $1,607,718, averaging $4,529 over 355 screens.

#4 Transformers: Rise of the Beasts – $1,529,325

Optimus Prime and the Autobots take on their biggest challenge yet! When a new threat capable of destroying the entire planet emerges, they must team up with a powerful faction of Transformers known as the Maximals to save Earth. The film grossed $1,529,325, averaging $4,870 over 314 screens.

#5 Insidious — The Red Door – $1,482,532

Josh Lambert (Wilson) heads east to drop his son, Dalton (Ty Simpkins), off at school. However, Dalton’s college dream soon becomes a living nightmare when the repressed demons of his past suddenly return to haunt them both. The film grossed $1,482,532, averaging 6,446 over 230 screens.

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