Box Office: No Time To Die unshakeable in the top spot

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• This week the Australian box office made $10.57 million

This week the Australian box office made $10.57 million, down 34% from last week’s $16.08 million.

This week Last Night In Soho cracks the top five, coming in at third. Eloise Turner loves the music and fashion of the swinging sixties and dreams of becoming a fashion designer to follow in the footsteps of her mother. Occasionally, she sees ghosts in mirrors.

Dropping out of the top five this week is Sooryavanshi, which follows DCP Veer Sooryavanshi, the chief of the Anti-Terrorism Squad in India. 

#1, No Time to Die, $6.64 million

The twenty-fifth film in the James Bond series, and the fifth and final appearance of Daniel Craig as the iconic spy,  averaged a whopping $9,195 across 722 screens this week. In two weeks the film has pulled in a total of $20.77 million.

#2, Eternals, $1.77 million

Directed by Chloé Zhao – the same woman behind NomadlandEternals tells the story of a race of immortal beings with superhuman powers who have secretly lived on Earth for thousands of years. This week it averaged $4,526 across 391 screens, bringing in a total of $12.84 million.

#3, Last Night in Soho, $426,717

There is a significant drop between second and third place this week. Last night in Soho debuted to an average of $1,714 across 259 screens.

#4, Ron’s Gone Wrong, $308,863

Ron’s Gone Wrong tells the story of Barney, a socially awkward schoolboy who receives a walking, talking, robot named Ron. It averaged $1,099 across 281 screens, making a total of $2.09 million.

#5, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, $163,894

Having spent nine of its 12 weeks in the top spot, this week Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings holds on in fifth. It averaged $1,655 across 99 screens, and has made a total of $17.02 million.

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