Australian box office – Mindcrimes rule

People love their mind-benders. Christopher Nolan’s Inception rocketed to the top of the pops, while Toy Story 3 became the highest grossing film in Disney’s history at the Australian box office. Here are the b/o figures for the weekend period July 22-25, 2010.

1. Inception [413 screens/ $17,986]
WKND = $7,428,415 / TOTAL = $7,428,415
2. Knight and Day [365 screens/ $4,803]
WKND = $1,753,113 / TOTAL = $6,725,300
3. Toy Story 3 [384 screens/ $3,469]
WKND = $1,331,909 / TOTAL = $38,870,599
4. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse [329 screens/ $3,698]
WKND = $1,216,786 / TOTAL = $29,590,367
5. The Karate Kid [225 screens/ $3,527]
WKND = $793,473 / TOTAL = $11,720,718
6. Shrek Forever After [251 screens/ $1,759]
WKND = $441,518 / TOTAL = $26,598,084
7. Predators [188 screens/ $2,301]
WKND = $432,596 / TOTAL = $5,565,791
8. Grown Ups [169 screens/ $2,465]
WKND = $416,572 / TOTAL = $11,233,776
9. Marmaduke [163 screens/ $843]
WKND = $137,344 / TOTAL = $4,689,341
10. Animal Kingdom [77 screens/ $1,486]
WKND = $114,444 / TOTAL = $4,499,686

To see the top 20 films at the Australian box office, head on over to Urban Cinefile.

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