With over 100 million hits, ‘Flip Flop’ is the biggest-selling film of the year and is the third highest-grossing movie of all time, according to data compiled by The Verge.
But despite its massive success, ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ has been overshadowed by ‘The Witch Hunter’, which is the top-grossed film of 2018, thanks to its $100 million worldwide gross.
‘The Hobbit’ and ‘Jurassic World’ were also in the top five this year, thanks in large part to ‘JURASSIC WORLD’.
But this year’s top five films are the biggest hits from the Australian movie industry.
‘Jail Break’ is Australia’s biggest-grosser ever, grossing $13.8 million at the Australian box office.
‘Gone Girl’ is also Australia’s highest-earning film, grossed $4.5 million at a global box office that included over 500 international markets.
‘Falling Water’ is a smash hit and has now grossed more than $1.5 billion worldwide, making it the fourth highest-paid film of all-time, behind only ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ and the ‘Mad Max’ sequel.
The Last Witch Hunters was released in 2016, but it has been released with limited publicity and is only available in select cinemas and on-demand.
The movie was released as a teaser trailer for ‘The Lost City of Z’, the third film in the ‘Witch Hunter’ franchise.
It stars Zoe Saldana as the titular witch hunter and was released at the end of 2018.
‘Lost City of Oz’ was released a few months after ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’, with Saldanas acting as the protagonist and her character named Tia Zebrowski, the leader of the Lost City.
‘Witches, Go Away’ is another Australia-first movie, but this time the main cast of characters are all from Australia, and they’re not played by Australian actors.
The story follows the plot of ‘Wizards, Go Home’, the fifth film in ‘The Witches, Go’ franchise, which premiered in February 2019.
The film was directed by ‘Lost Cities’ director J.J. Abrams and is set to release in 2019.
‘Wild’ is yet another Australia film, which is set in the fictional kingdom of Australia and stars Mia Wasikowska as the title character.
‘In the End’, which was released to limited success last year, stars Jason Clarke as the leader and co-creator of the kingdom, while his partner is played by Jena Malone.
‘Tales From the Borderlands’ is an adaptation of the book ‘The Walking Dead’, set in an alternate future where zombies are extinct.
‘Dead Rising 4’ is set after the events of ‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’, and is also set in a world where zombies have disappeared, but not before bringing about a major pandemic.
‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ is loosely based on ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’, and stars Felicity Jones as a Stormtrooper.
‘Black Mirror’ is not only a comedy series, but also a crime drama starring Sam Heughan and Matt Bomer.
The second ‘The Crown’ is based on the story of Prince Edward of Cambridge.
‘A Walk Down Memory Lane’ is about the author Margaret Atwood, and her fictional memoir ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’.
‘Saving Mr Banks’ stars Nick Offerman as a banker, and stars Tom Hiddleston as his boss.
‘Coraline’ stars Jamie Foxx as a nurse, and his co-star, Maggie Smith, is his wife.
‘Bridget Jones’ stars Melissa McCarthy as a teacher and her daughter, who’s a teenager.
‘We Bought a Zoo’ stars Mark Duplass as an entrepreneur, and he plays a zoo keeper who hires the character of a zebra.
‘Dolphin Tale’ is one of the best-reviewed movies of 2018 and is based off of the novel by Ian McEwan, and follows the adventures of a dolphin who has become a famous zoo keeper.
‘Wonderland’ is Australian-first and stars Emily Blunt as a girl named Belle, who has a dream to become a magical island where she can live out her childhood fantasies.
‘Zoo’ is currently in post-production on a sequel to ‘The Princess and the Frog’, starring Chris Pratt as a boy named Gaston, and is being directed by David Heyman.
‘Hollywoodland’ stars Zoe Kazan as a Disney princess who becomes involved in a series of strange events, and the plot takes place in a park that’s also home to a zoo.
‘Monster Hunt’ is in post production on a feature-length feature film about an American circus clown who goes into hiding, but is forced to take up a life of crime after