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Last update! This list represents the twelve tumultuous months of the post-reopening back in July 2020. Somewhere in these numbers are the effects of the many lockdowns and restrictions imposed in that time, from Melbourne's marathon lockdown 2.0 to Sydney's sparkling confinement and all manner of silliness between. And yet despite all that it's actually a pretty respectable list in box office terms. Indeed the top 50's 358.6m is more than calendar year 2020's 328m.

 

1 Godzilla vs. Kong 25/03/21 27,870,000

2 Wonder Woman 1984 26/12/20 24,860,000

3 Peter Rabbit 2 25/03/21 21,720,000

4 The Croods: A New Age 26/12/20 21,490,000

5 The Dry 01/01/21 20,740,000

6 Fast & Furious 9 17/06/21 17,790,000

7 Tenet 27/08/20 16,210,000

8 A Quiet Place Part II 27/05/21 13,170,000

9 Tom and Jerry 01/04/21 10,730,000

10 Raya and the Last Dragon 04/03/21 10,210,000

11 War with Grandpa 03/12/20 10,120,000

12 The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It 03/06/21 9,840,000

13 Trolls World Tour 17/09/20 9,390,000

14 Mortal Kombat 22/04/21 9,310,000

15 Cruella 27/05/21 8,410,000

16 Penguin Bloom 21/01/21 7,510,000

17 Wrath of Man 29/04/21 7,290,000

18 The Witches 10/12/20 6,160,000

19 The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard 24/06/21 5,810,000

20 The Little Things 18/02/21 5,670,000

21 Nobody 01/04/21 5,250,000

22 Promising Young Woman 07/01/21 4,850,000

23 Nomadland 04/03/21 4,790,000

24 The Courier 01/04/21 4,710,000

25 Rams 29/10/20 4,680,000

26 Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train 25/02/21 4,430,000

27 Spirit Untamed 12/06/21 3,940,000

28 Unhinged 30/07/20 3,910,000

29 Chaos Walking 04/03/21 3,810,000

30 Honest Thief 22/10/20 3,620,000

31 After We Collided 10/09/20 3,450,000

32 The Marksman 21/01/21 3,440,000

33 Monster Hunter 01/01/21 3,350,000

34 Those Who Wish Me Dead 13/05/21 3,280,000

35 The Secret Garden 17/09/20 3,270,000

36 The Father 01/04/21 3,120,000

37 High Ground 28/01/21 3,020,000

38 Dragon Rider 01/01/21 2,850,000

39 In the Heights 24/06/21 2,610,000

40 June Again 06/05/21 2,490,000

41 Dream Horse 10/06/21 2,380,000

42 Happiest Season 26/11/20 2,250,000

43 Six Minutes to Midnight 04/03/21 2,170,000

44 Freaky 12/11/20 1,990,000

45 The Unholy 15/04/21 1,990,000

46 Paw Patrol: Jet to the Rescue 10/09/20 1,890,000

47 Minari 18/02/21 1,830,000

48 Spiral: From the Book of Saw 13/05/21 1,760,000

49 Cats and Dogs 3: Paws Unite 24/09/20 1,620,000

50 The New Mutants 03/09/20 1,580,000

51 The Personal History of David Copperfield 02/07/20 1,550,000

52 Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarves 02/07/20 1,470,000

53 Made in Italy 13/08/20 1,470,000

54 Wrong Turn 04/02/21 1,460,000

55 Superintelligence 17/12/20 1,450,000

56 The King of Staten Island 16/07/20 1,240,000

57 Boss Level 25/02/21 1,150,000

58 Bill and Ted Face the Music 10/09/20 1,130,000

59 Wild Mountain Thyme 18/02/21 1,080,000

60 The Secret Dare to Dream 30/07/20 1,060,000

61 Antebellum 01/10/20 1,030,000

62 Detective Chinatown 3 13/02/21 1,030,000  

 

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Most recent weekend

 

 

 

And lest we forget how far we've come, here is this week one year ago

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Reading Cinema A$62K pre-sales for WED on 18 locs.

HOYTS A$155k on 8 locs. Estimating 20 remaining, probably around will make HOYTS A$300K from 28.

 

Based on these two can estimate the other

 

Event - 350
HOYTS - 300
Village - 175

Reading - 62

 

This will normally account for A$1.25M pre-sales. Say 1.5-1.6x PSm, A$1.9-2M previews probably, with 33% box office missing. CM had A$1.5M previews before A$13.6M weekend, but that was in March. Weekend growth may be limited now.

 

Expecting optimistically

1.9
2.5
3
4.75 (NSW opens)

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AUS reported just $1.7M through THU. Something wrong with it, may be it is just THU and not including previews.

 

But then I guess A$4M without NSW was too big to be true. So may be only theaters I checked, HOYTS and Reading did well.🤷‍♂️

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46 minutes ago, Rthtr said:

the US1.7m is Wed night prev+  Thu close to $lc2.3m. The Thu-Sun $lc7-8m.

really surprised. may be Event outside NSW is really weak because HOYTS was very strong on WED.

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Event has a heavy presence in NSW and nothing in Victoria. NSW is roughly 30% of the national market. It wouldn’t surprise me if Event has 50% of it’s revenue from NSW. 

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On 7/5/2021 at 3:14 PM, DeeCee said:

You can have the next does at 8 weeks. It's authorised by the TGA. Obviously discuss with your GP

 

 

 

Still thinking about whether to do this, it would be nice to be fully vaxed a month early, but I'd still prefer the protection from the full 12 weeks. Might split the difference and do it at ten.

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Nobody knew there was a series.

 

EDIT: Actually wasn't even on TV here. First time since 1994.

 

By law national cricket team matches have to be offered first to free to air TV, if they don't want it then payTV can get the rights. Nobody wanted the rights.

 

 

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On 6/30/2021 at 1:24 PM, lab276 said:

Had the first dose of AstraZeneca, next dose is late September.

 

Got my second dose of AstraZeneca early, on September first! Fully ready to start living life normally again.

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