A Quiet Place Takes Back First While Two Debuts are in the Top Five

This weekend had a pretty tight race for the top spot as A Quiet Place and Rampage battled for the top spot. In the end, only $1 million separated them in the early reported earnings.

A Quiet Place took back to the top spot bringing in an estimated $22 million for the weekend to bring its domestic total to $132.4 million. With the $15 million internationally, the film has also earned a total of $74.8 million at the foreign box office to bring its worldwide total to $207.2 million off of a $17 million budget.

Rampage dropped from last weekend’s first place to second earning $21 million. The film has earned $66.6 million after two weeks. The film also earned $57 million internationally from 61 markets bringing its worldwide total to $283 million.

In third place was a debut, I Feel Pretty which earned an estimated $16.2 million which beat some expectations. The film has a reported budget of $32 million.

Super Troopers 2 came in fourth place with $14.7 million. That’s the best opening for a Broken Lizard film. Beerfest opened with $7 million in 2006 and Super Troopers earned $6.2 million in 2002. Club Dread opened with $3 million in 2004 and The Slammin’ Salmon earned $26,167 in 2009. With a $13.5 million budget, the film should do well and will likely make a nice profit by the time it’s done.

Rounding out the top five was Truth or Dare which brought in an estimated $7.9 million to bring its domestic total to $30.4 million.

In comic related films…

Black Panther came in at #8 with $4.6 million to bring its domestic total to $681.1 million. Worldwide the film stands at $1.324 billion. The film is $8 million behind Star Wars: The Last Jedi to move in to ninth place for worldwide grosses of all time.The film’s domestic run accounts for almost 20% of 2018’s overall box office.

The Death of Stalin was #21 earning $340,216 to bring its domestic total to $6.9 million after seven weeks domestically.

This coming weekend is Avengers: Infinity War which is guaranteed to be in the top spot, but the question is how much it’ll earn. Will it have a record breaking weekend? Will two Marvel films be in the top ten? We’ll find out in a week!