A Quiet Place Part II was Not so Quiet at the Box Office
It was two new films at the box office each giving us a sign there’s some life remaining at movie theaters.
A Quiet Place Part II grossed $48.4 million in its first weekend delivering a $12,985 per-theater average. It is projected to earn another $10.1 million for Memorial day giving it a four-day domestic weekend total of $58.5 million. Internationally, the film has also earned $20.7 million for a worldwide gross if $79.2 million.
The first film opened with $50.2 million domestically and went on to earn $188 million there and just under $341 million worldwide.
In second place was Cruella which opened with $21.3 million. The film is projected to earn an additional $5.2 million Monday for a four-day weekend total of $26.5 million. No international numbers have been returned. The film also debuted on Disney+ as part of their $30 extra offering and it’s unknown how many took advantage.
Spiral toppled from the last weekend’s top of the box office to come in third place. The film grossed an estimated $2.3 million to bring its domestic total to $19.8 million after three weeks. The film earned under $100,000 internationally over the week to bring that total to $6.8 million. Worldwide, the film has earned $27.2 million.
Wrath of Man dropped to fourth earning an estimated $2.1 million to bring its domestic gross to $22.1 million after four weeks. Over the week, the film added about $5.5 million to its international gross. THere it has earned $57.7 million. Worldwide, the film has grossed $80.5 million.
Raya and the Last Dragon took fifth place with just under $2 million. The film has grossed $50.9 million after 13 weeks. Over the week, the film added $6.7 million to its international earnings to bring that to $77 million. Worldwide, the film has earned $128.5 million.
Initial numbers have 45 films earned $80,796,617 from 27,972 theaters. That’s a vast increase from last weekend’s 45 films which earned $20,349,140 from 34,608 theaters. The average earning was $2,888.48 this past weekend, a huge increase from the previous weekend’s $587.99.