While it opened as the MCU’s least successful film to date, Ant-Man is still sticking around in top spot. In just its second week, Marvel’s newest hero has put some distance between itself and its competitors, earning $3.2 million in Australia while also remaining on top in the US with $24 million.
Judd Apatow’s new film Trainwreck sits at number 2 making $1.3 million. The comedy was Apatow’s second most successful opening in the States trailing just behind Knocked Up.
A peculiar entry has found its way into third spot as Andre Rieu: 2015 Maastricht Concert has earned $1.2 million, beating out Magic Mike XXL which sits at number 4 now having made $1.1 million.
The other new opener Self/Less had a mediocre opening, landing at number 7 earning just over half a million.
|#||Film Title||Distributor||Box Office|
|3||ANDRE RIEU: 2015 MAASTRICHT CONCERT||CINEMA LIVE||$1,280,119|
|4||MAGIC MIKE XXL||WARNER BROS||$1,160,346|
|6||INSIDE OUT||WALT DISNEY||$709,910|
Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation opens next week and while the films have always received critical praise, they have been less than impressive financially. Check out The Iris next week to see if the long running franchise can topple Marvel.
All figures from The Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia and Box Office Mojo.