This weekend’s Australian box office total was $8.94 million, down -31% from last week $12.89 million.
In the second week of Warner Bros. Black Adam dominated the box office charts, bringing in over $3.54 million. The 11th installment in the stars of the DC Extended Universe Dwayne Johnson (who also served as producer) as the titular character alongside Aldis Hodge, Noah Centineo, Sarah Shahi, Marwan Kenzari, Quintessa Swindell, Bodhi Sabongiand Pierce Brosnan.
Universal’s album topped the charts in its debut week Mrs. Harris is going to Paris. Coming in at number 2, the film tells the story of a war widowed cleaner in 1950s London who falls madly in love with a Dior couture dress. The film is based on the novel Mrs. Aris is going to Paris by Paul Gallico and an Academy Award nominee. Leslie Manville.
The fall to No. 3 was Paramount+ horror movie Smile. Author of the script and director Parker Finn, the stars of the movie Saucy Bacon as a therapist who, after witnessing a patient’s strange suicide, experiences increasingly disturbing and frightening experiences that lead her to believe that what she is experiencing is supernatural. Over the weekend, the film collected -43% less than last week, and made 513 thousand dollars.
Sony A woman is a king entered the charts in fourth place, earning $454,000. The film tells the story of the Ogoji, an all-female military unit that defended the West African kingdom of Dahomey in the 17th and 19th centuries. The action takes place in the 1820s, in the main role Viola Davis as a general training the next generation of warriors to fight their enemies.
In the fourth week Don’t worry dear dropped from third to fifth. Director Olivia Wilde, the film made headlines ahead of its release due to alleged behind-the-scenes drama between Wilde and the actress Florence Pugh. In the film, Pugh stars as Alice Chambers, a devoted young housewife Harry Styles as Jack Chambers, Alice’s workaholic husband.
Dropping out of the top five this week was A ticket to heaven in the main role George Clooney and Julia Roberts and Universal’s Halloween is over.
1, Black Adam, $3.54 million
Black Adam is a superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Nearly 5,000 years after he was granted powers by the Egyptian gods and imprisoned just as quickly, Black Adam is freed from his grave, ready to unleash his unique form of justice on the modern world. In its second week, the film averaged $6,297 on 563 screens. At the moment, the film has collected 12.36 million dollars.
No. 2, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, $1.54 million
This historical comedy-drama is the third adaptation of the 1958 novel Mrs. Aris Goes to Paris. The film averaged $4,149 on 373 screens in its debut week.
#3, Smile, $513,000
Smile is a 2022 psychological horror film written and directed by Parker Finn (in his directorial debut), based on his 2020 short film Laura was awake. The film averaged $2,410 on 213 screens for a total of $7.27 million to date.
#4, Female King, $454,000
The director of the film became the fourth Gina Prince-Bythewood and wrote Dana Stevens. in the first week A woman is a king averaged $1,430 on 318 screens.
#5 don’t worry honey $310k
Alice and Jack are lucky enough to live in the idealized community of Victory, the company’s experimental town, home to men who work for the top-secret Victory project and their families. The film averaged $1,416 on 219 screens over the weekend, bringing in $6.7 million to date.