Despite a number of new additions to this week's cinema offerings, Sausage Party remains at the top of this week's Box-Office Report.
The Seth Rogen CGI-animated comedy spent another week on top, pulling in an impressive €126,960, which accounts for a drop of around 42% on last week. Kubo And The Two Strings is second, earning €85,607 on its opening weekend at the Irish box-office. Don't Breathe takes up third place with €82,278, another strong showing for a horror in a time of the year when horrors aren't all that popular.
Meanwhile, Irish comedy The Young Offenders scored €58,467 on previews all last weekend whilst the Cillian Murphy-Jamie Dornan starring World War II thriller, Anthropoid, made an impressive €60,030.
Hell Or High Water, which opened in 18 screens across Ireland, made an impressive €52,885 on its opening run.
Here's the list in full.
1. SAUSAGE PARTY - €126,960 - Total So Far: €516,620
2. KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS - €85,607 - Total So Far: €85,607
3. DON'T BREATHE - €82,278 - Total So Far: €82,278
4. BAD MOMS - €76,061 - Total So Far: €480,136
5. WAR DOGS - €75,202 - Total So Far: €545,233
6. ANTHROPOID - €60,030 - Total So Far: €62,400
7. FINDING DORY - €59,410 - Total So Far: €3,299,501
8. THE YOUNG OFFENDERS (Previews) - €58,467 - Total So Far: €62,367
9. BEN-HUR - €54,233 - Total So Far: €53,495
10. HELL OR HIGH WATER - €52,885 - Total So Far: €53,495
11. NINE LIVES - €38,361 - Total So Far: €387,188