Box Office Wrap: The Addams Family Grosses $918,806 In Second Weekend

Box Office Wrap: The Addams Family Grosses $918,806 In Second Weekend
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In the latest box office news, The Addams Family has proved a hit amongst Australian cinema-goers, grossing a decent $918,806 in its second weekend.

This brings its total gross to $2,573,988.

In other news, Frozen 2 topped the box office for the third week in a row, grossing $3,686,577 and bringing its total Australian gross to $22,790,222.

It’s the 9th highest-grossing film of the year, and the top title across all demos under 55 years. It also surpassed $1B worldwide (6th Disney title to do so this year).

See the top 10 titles from the last weekend below.

Movie Genre Gross Total Gross Days
Frozen II Adventure A$3,686,577   A$22,790,222 17
Knives Out Drama A$1,475,517   A$7,312,821 17
The Addams Family Adventure A$918,806   A$2,573,988 10
Playing With Fire Comedy A$863,616   A$863,616 3
Last Christmas Romantic Comedy A$590,877   A$9,626,602 38
Ford V. Ferrari Drama A$515,251   A$9,287,171 31
The Good Liar Thriller/Suspense A$497,791   A$1,633,057 11
Black Christmas Horror A$323,832   A$323,832 3
The Queen’s Corgi Adventure A$147,468   A$147,468 3
Playmobil Movie Adventure A$120,526   A$120,526 3

 

 

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