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Captain America sequel makes over $6m while Lego Movie pulled $5.7m

Captain America: The Winter Soldier dominated the weekend box office delivering Disney a total of $6,058,676 outstripping The Lego Movie was the second highest grossing movie over the weekend, bringing in over $5,711,151.

Since premiering in Australia on Thursday the Marvel film has made a total of $6,355,027 across 571 screens, while Roadshow film The Lego Movie has grabbed $6,129,297 on 537 screens.

The pair bumped last week’s number one Noah into third place, which made $2.23 million in ticket sales across 387 screens, taking its total Australian box office to over $8 million.

Animated comedy Mr Peabody And Sherman managed to take in just over $1 million across 508 screens while George Clooney’s The Monuments Men rounded out the weekend’s top five bringing in $597,785 across 341 screens.

Disney’s Need For Speed, starring Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul made $183,193 across 120 screens while Pompeii which stars Game of Throne’s Kit Harington  made $49,960 across 66 screens, taking the film’s total Australian box office to $1,344,679.

Title (Distributor) Weekend B/O Screens Total B/O
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Disney) $6,058,676 571 $6,355,027
The Lego Movie (Roadshow) $5,711,151 537 $6,129,297
Noah (Paramount) $2,232,347 387 $8,187,229
Mr. Peabody And Sherman (Fox) $1,068,668 508 $5,204,958
The Monuments Men (Fox) $597,785 341 $7,927,272
Ride Along (Universal) $274,449 121 $2,238,825
Need For Speed (Disney) $183,193 120 $4,089,475
300: Rise Of An Empire (Wb) $101,565 89 $8,412,611
The Dallas Buyers Club (Pinnacle Films) $101,322 45 $2,836,825
Wadjda (Eone) $87,333 25 $359,909
Non-stop (Studiocanal) $84,399 50 $5,759,535
Tracks (Paramount) $71,922 75 $2,195,503
12 Years A Slave (Icon) $55,248 49 $7,463,853
Pompeii (Icon) $49,960 66 $1,344,679
Le Week-end (Paramount) $37,699 36 $1,073,821
The Wolf Of Wall Street (Roadshow) $35,707 16 $23,254,775
Main Tera Hero (Eros) $33,356 10 $33,356
The Raid 2 (Madman) $32,611 18 $135,688
Cuban Fury (Studiocanal) $31,901 50 $781,635
Recep Ivedik 4 (Cinegraph) $28,743 2 $102,696

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