Film series ‘Dark Shadows’ films at top of Australian box office

Movie series ‘Deep Shadows’ has taken the highest grossing film in Australia for a second consecutive week with the film starring the late Peter O’Toole.

The $5.3 million grossed by ‘Deep Shadow’ has now earned Australia $2.5 million in box office receipts, the highest ever for a single film, and surpassed the previous record set by ‘The Long Walk’ in 2010 ($2.4 million).

The film also became Australia’s highest grosser in Australia, eclipsing the $2 million it earned in Japan last weekend.

O’Tooles best performance came in ‘The Final Cut’, a comedy which took Australia by storm in the 1990s.

It grossed more than $80 million in Australia in 1991.

Deep Shadows has now been released in 20 countries including the United States, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Japan, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland and Sweden.

It has been released on VOD, Blu-ray and digital platforms.

The film follows a young woman who is pursued by an alien invasion.

The first film, ‘Deep Secrets’, opened in 1997.

Oriental Films is producing ‘Deep Secret’, which stars the late Oscar-winning actor, and writer John Ridley.

Oyadri O’Reilly is directing the film.

Deep Shadow is being produced by Oscar-winner Mark Waters and Ridley.