Fahrenheit 9/11from Hopscotch outperformed UIP's TheChronicles Of Riddickon the weekend despite beingon 110 less screens. Theywere in thesecond and thirdspots in thechart respectively. Bothfilms were intheir first weekof official release,although 9/11 was buoyedby two weeks of previews-- and continuing debate onjust how closelyAustralia should alignitself with theUS.
Fahrenheit 9/11took A$1,643,953 from116 screens whileRiddick tookA$1,618,677 from 226screens.
The homegrown filmUnder The Radar tooka disappointing A$93,387from 65 screensfor Hoyts toclaim the twelfthspot in itsopening weekend.