Box Office: Russell Crowe vehicle Unhinged stays #1

• The only new entry to the top five was the Korean film Train to Busan 2- Peninsula

In a quiet seven days for new releases that only saw one new entry into the top five this week, Unhinged has stayed #1 as the Australian box office made $1.72m this past weekend, a 2% increase in revenue.

The only new entry to the top five was the Korean film Train to Busan 2- Peninsula the standalone sequel to the 2016 film Train to Busan which was meant to be screened at 2020 Cannes Film Festival which was cancelled due to COVID-19.

#1 Unhinged $701,049

Two fairly strong back-to-back weeks has seen the film’s overall total now sit at $1.72m after averaging $3,632 on 193 screens. The film is now the highest-grossing new release since cinemas reopened from lockdown.

#2 The Secret: Dare to Dream $258,996

The Katie Holmes lead film based on the best-selling self-help book has had a good second week of release after increasing its weekend revenue by 15% after averaging $1,222 on 212 screens making it the most screened film in the country this weekend.

#3 The King of Staten Island $111,659

After four weeks The King of Staten Island has cracked the $1 million mark with $1.07m, averaging $775 on 144 screens.

#4 Train to Busan 2- Peninsula $111,659

The Korean zombie flick is the only new entry in the top five this week on the back of its promotional release averaging $1,251 on 71 screens.

#5 Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs $83,034

After 6 weeks the Korean animation is the longest lasting film in the top five, generating a total of $1.26m. The film averaged $577 on 144 screens.

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