Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place’ #1 in its 3rd Frame
$TWX, $VIA, $FOX, $LGF, $CMCSA
‘A Quiet Place’ reclaimed the No. 1 spot in its 3rd weekend, as ‘Rampage’ became the weekend’s Top worldwide grosser.
STX Entertainment’s I Feel Pretty, Amy Schumer’s latest DOA at $16.2-M from 3,440 locations at the domestic box office at the weekend.
The horror flick, A Quiet Place took Top spot in its 3rd frame, taking in an additional $22-M to bring its domestic total to $132-M.
Dwayne Johnson’s Rampage took the # 2 spot as the sci-fi/monster pic took in $21-M in its 2nd weekend of release, bringing its domestic take to $66.6-M.
Other new releases
The Fox Searchlight comedy Super Troopers 2 debuted in 4th position with $14.7-M from 2.038 theaters, and the Lionsgate (NYSE:LGF) thriller Traffik opened 9th, claiming $3.9-M from 1,046 screens.
At the world wide box office
Rampage dominated internationally, it took in another $57-M from 61 territories, its take stands at $216.4-M and $283.3-M worldwide.
Warner Bros.’ Ready Player One crossed the $500-M mark globally Saturday, becoming the 2nd Hollywood film of the year to do so.
A Quiet Place banked $15-M from 58 territories as its worldwide gross rose to $207.2-M.
Fox Searchlight’s R-rated Super Troopers 2 is doing more than 2X the business pre-release tracking suggested. It earned a B+ CinemaScore from audiences. Super Troopers 2 was financed by a crowdfunding campaign that raised $4.4-M.
The R-rated Traffik, from Lionsgate’s Codeblack label, was directed by Deon Taylor and revolves around a couple who are terrorized by a biker gang at a remote country getaway.
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.
Fox Searchlight’s animated Isle of Dogs, from director Wes Anderson, expanded to 1,947 locations for 10th on the chart taking in $24.3-M so far.
Have some fun, see a movie this week.