A new Australian movie has hit the US box office with a bang, with a new version of the Hanna films “I Am The Wall”.
The film is a remake of the 2002 animated movie that was made into a feature film in the US, which made it to the top of the box office chart.
“I’m not sure how many people saw it, but the kids loved it,” producer Peter Fenton told ABC Radio Sydney.
“It was a great hit, we’re going to get it back on the screens.”
A new version has been released in the USA with a more traditional look, but is still the same movie.
It is now the seventh best-selling film in America with a US box-office take of $23.4 million.
The film was produced by Hanna Productions in the United States and was filmed in New York and Los Angeles, and stars Sarah Silverman as a young girl who goes to the Wall for a visit.
It has received mixed reviews.
The New York Times called it a “miserable, shallow and lazy” film.
The Hollywood Reporter described it as “one of the worst Hanna movies ever”.
The review came on the heels of the release of “The Powerpuff Girls: The Movie”, which was praised for its “fresh, energetic, and often hilarious” style.
It also had the best box office performance of any Hanna movie, according to the Rotten Tomatoes website.
The movie is based on the Hanna books, which is a fictionalized history of the children’s cartoon Hanna.
The series follows Hanna as she takes on her childhood friends in an attempt to save her school from destruction.