Following the slow but inevitable juggernaut, this is James Cameron Avatar: Water Way, The highest-grossing films in Australia in 2022, found at.
It’s time to look back at the rocky year that’s been 2022 and find out what amazing nerd movies Australians have been spending their money on.
Black Adam ($12,716,702)
Starting at #10, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson slid into his attempt to redefine the DC Universe with Shazam’s greatest foe. Unfortunately, Australians (and the rest of the world) didn’t seem as enthusiastic about this as The Rock, and although Henry Cavill’s Superman eventually appears, it will likely be Black Adam’s last outing.
sonic the hedgehog 2 (He is. $15,181,152)
Perhaps it was a redesign of this speedy hedgehog BasicThe best decision he’s ever made, Sonic returns for his second visit and is met with equally positive reviews. The sequel saw the return of Jim Carrey as Dr. Robotnik and James Marsden as Tom Wachowski, along with a growing cast of characters from the Sonic universe. The franchise is expected to grow as Basic The sequel and spin-off series are preparing for Basic+
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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever ($19,259,876)
Although Chadwick Boseman did not return to the role due to his untimely death, his passion and joy of character lived on, and he saw the role of Black Panther pass to his sister Shuri (Letitia Wright). Anglia Bassett and Danny Gurira unsurprisingly blew everyone away and fans were also introduced to Namor who is likely to rank highly in WatchMojo’s Top 10 Marvel Video Villains.
Avatar: Waterway ($20,675,222)
The press has been turned off by James Cameron’s sequel to Phenomenon symbol picture. The original film from 2009 is the highest-grossing film of all time with a mind boggling $2,922,917,914. Although it was not a direct hit, it is following a similar path to its predecessor which could see the film make similar earnings in 2023. But if symbol picture It wasn’t for you, you better get used to it, as Cameron has planned several sequels to his favorite blue aliens.
Coming in sixth place is Australian Baz Luhrmann’s novel about the life of Elvis Presley. In a role destined for Oscar attention, Austin Butler as the classic rock musician rocks alongside Tom Hanks as the notorious manager. With the usual Luhrmann flare, the movie is a great ride for Elvis fans and movie fans alike.
Jurassic World: Dominion ($24,904,932)
Usual suspect Chris Pratt returns with Bryce Dallas-Howard and a plethora of characters filling the space for two and a half hours as you avoid big dinosaurs and a plague of bugs… I loved this movie, can you tell? However, fans rushed to the cinema to see the return of old character Sam Neill as Alan Grant, Laura Dern as Ellie Sattler and of course Jeff Goldblum as Ian Malcolm. I don’t know how one could make an extended universe out of a simple (but golden) concept like Jurassic Park, but it definitely felt like someone was trying
Doctor Strange: Into the Multiverse of Madness ($26,929,688)
Sam Raimi is back marvel to guide Benedict Cumberbatch on a multiverse adventure that will be compared forever Everything, everywhere, all at once. Every geek’s dream came true when Doctor Strange battled Wanda Maximoff and battled parallel versions of The Avengers. But, it didn’t quite hit the mark for the top spot.
Minions: The Rise of Gru ($29,874,363)
Look, I haven’t seen this movie. But I saw how gorgeous everyone was dressed to go see at the movies, so I suppose even Stanley Kubrick would have been on opening night with his jaw on the floor.
Thor: Love and Thunder ($30,349,009 (or local currency equivalent))
At number two is Chris Hemsworth’s fourth outing as the God of Thunder and Taika Waite’s second bull Movie. love and thunder It saw the return of Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster, along with the cast of troublemakers introduced in Ragnarok. Except this time, Foster is also blessed with the power of Thor!
Unfortunately, the movie hits too few comedic beats for an audience to take the drama seriously, and it’s overwhelmed with visual effects overkill. Regardless, the profit was enough to keep him marvel Satisfied and I’ll happily watch Hemsworth take the character in a new direction in a fifth movie.
Top Gun: Maverick ($62,560,639)
With nearly twice the gross of The Second, it should come as no surprise that the sequel to 1986’s action-packed The best took the spot. Tom Cruise returns as the understandably cocky Maverick, but this time he’s tasked with training a new group of pilots for an almost impossible task. With a great cast, unparalleled action sequences, and an epic soundtrack; The movie is a complete homage to the original movie and deserves to be shown on the big screens only.
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