As we reported a few days ago, The Young Offenders has now officially crossed the €1,000,000 mark at the box-office. and
This makes it the most successful Irish comedy about Cork and cocaine this year - and of all time, for that matter. Meanwhile, Bridget Jones's Baby edges itself towards the €4,000,000 mark whilst The Girl On The Train runs out of steam on its second week, dropping by 41% on last week's figures.
Further down the list, Keeping Up With The Joneses is let down by a low opening of €47,603 - mirroring its poor showing in the US box office as well.
Let's look at the numbers.
|Irish Box Office Report: October 20th|
|FILM||TOTAL THIS WEEK||TOTAL SO FAR|
|The Girl On The Train||€179,435||€1,532,399|
|Jack Reacher: Never Go Back||€178,487||€198,421|
|Bridget Jones's Baby||€128,727||€3,725,884|
|Ouija: Origin Of Evil||€74,409||€74,462|
|Keeping Up With The Joneses||€47,603||€47,603|
|Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children||€42,867||€611,866|
|The Young Offenders||€37,420||€1,042,228|