'A Quiet Place,' 'Rampage' lead newcomers at box office

A Quiet Place

John Krasinki's horror flick A Quiet Place reclaimed the top spot from Dwayne Johnson's Rampage this weekend and held off two film debuts, per the Hollywood Reporter.

Busy Philipps, Aidy Bryant, Naomi Campbell, Michelle Williams, Emily Ratajkowski, Sasheer Zamata, Lauren Hutton, and Tom Hopper also star in I Feel Pretty, which was written and directed by Never Been Kissed's Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein.

Studio quotes on Sunday have set "A Silent location", with £ 22 million, in first, and also "Rampage" in minute with $2 1 million, however it's possible that those numbers will shift when results have been tallied on Monday. With a 17 million manufacturing funding, "A Silent Place" has grossed £132.4 million from North American theaters within three weeks. The film made $7.9 million on its second weekend.

The film has soared internationally, especially in China, and now stands at US$283.3 million total globally. "Global success like this means so much", Johnson posted on his Instagram account Saturday night. "I'm not a Marvel picture".

In third place was "I Feel Pretty", an Amy Schumer film about a self-conscious woman who suffers a head injury and subsequently sees herself as lovely, which made $16.2 million on its debut weekend.

I Feel Pretty topped the new releases with $16.2 million, right in the middle of $12 to $19 million expectations.

The STX film follows an insecure woman who suffers a head injury that imbues her with confidence; it was mired by backlash to an early trailer and mediocre reviews. "She's always going to push the envelope. Sometimes which may bring big box office, sometimes it's not going to".

In its 2nd weekend, Universal and Blumhouse's Truth or Dare checked in in 5th place with $7.9-M for a 10-Day domestic box office of $30.4.

Super Troopers 2, a comedy about officers at the USA and Canada border, opened with weekend sales of $14.7 million, beating Box Office Pro's projection of $6.2 million.

The box office for the year remains down about 2.4 per cent from last year, but that will change next week.

While this is a decent number, the film's Box Office will take a huge hit next week with the release of Avengers: Infinity War. Ultimate amounts will be released Monday.



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