An increase of the number of screens from 466 last weekend to 556 this weekend by distributor Fox helped Life Of Pi take $3.953m for a $7,109 per screen average, according to the Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia. The film has now taken $14.751m since opening.
The Hobbit in its third weekend took $3.3m across 508 screens for a $6,503 average. The adaptation of the Jrr Tolkien story now stands at $34.910m.
Meanwhile noir film Gangster Squad tool $2.271m in its opening weekend. The Roadshow-distributed film made a respectable $11,080 per screen average. The film is directed by Zombieland’s Ruben Fleischer.
Also released over the weekend was biopic Hitchcock and animated feature Paranorman. Hitchcock, about the famous film director, made $1.245m for Fox across 220 screens »
- Colin Delaney
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