The former brought in another $3.4 million in its third weekend, a drop of 28 per cent, taking its cume to $20.8 million.
Worldwide, the Warner Bros.’ monster brawl has surpassed $US350 million, with Australia the top market behind US/Canada and China.
Also in its third, Peter Rabbit 2 is charming the young ones, climbing another $3.3 million – up 34 per cent on the previous.
The Sony hybrid animation, shot in Sydney and co-produced by Animal Logic Entertainment, now sits on $12 million overall.
Village Cinemas national programming manager Geoff Chard predicts Peter Rabbit 2 will take over Godzilla vs. Kong from today, and become the no. 1 film for the full week.
Another title boosted along by the school holidays was WB’s cat and mouse caper Tom and Jerry,