Thanks to a strong verbal expression, John Krasinski's horror movie "A Quiet Place" looks at the cash office for the second weekend in a row with $ 34 million from 3,589 domestic seats.
Immediately behind the SXSW success story, Warner Bros.-New Line's "Rampage" is $ 32 million from 4.101 websites. Friday's estimates had adjusted Dwayne Johnson star debut to $ 27- $ 32 million, with previous forecasts for an opening between $ 35 and $ 40 million. "Rampage" earned $ 11.5 million on its opening Friday, including $ 2.4 million from Thursday's premiere.
"Rampage" received $ 27.1 million on Friday from 61 markets and 38,1
"A Quiet Place" marks a strong post-debut postponement to $ 50 million this weekend, with only 32% decline. The Paramount film received $ 10.5 million on its second Friday, giving it a total of $ 100 million in the first 10 days. Emily Blunt is also a star of excitement, following a family trying to stay safe from monsters who can only find you if they can hear you.
Third, the site is another horror title, "Blumhouse's Truth or Dare," with $ 19 million from 3,029 places. The universally distributed movie stars Lucy Hale as a teenager who begins a game of truth or dare, but must struggle to survive with her friends when someone begins to remove those who lie or refuse to dare. Critics have not loved the movie, and are now 19% on Rotten Tomatoes with B-CinemaScore. This weekend is still watching a strong debut for the film, which produced a reported $ 3.5 million budget.
The third frame of Steven Spielberg's "Ready Player One" was the fourth place with $ 11 million from 3,661 seats, 573 theaters from last weekend. The Warner Bros. film has earned $ 403 million globally during the first 16 days, largely due to a strong international view, especially in China, where the movie became Warner Bro's strongest opening.
Fifth place goes to The second weekend in Universal's "Blockers", which will earn 10 million dollars from 3 348 places. Kay Cannon's director's debut has earned critical and audience praise for his portrayal of female sexuality, and has resembled a woman-led version of "American Pie". "Blockers", like the stars John Cena, Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz have earned $ 40 million in the first eight days, with $ 10 million from international markets.
West Anderson's "Isle of Dogs" was expanded to 1,939 sites and is around $ 4 million this weekend. The film enjoys a 91% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and has so far generated slightly less than Anderson's last trip, "The Grand Budapest Hotel", which had earned about $ 18 million in the first 22 days of the "Isle of Dogs" $ 15 million.
Jon Hamm's "Beirut" debuted on 755 seats on Thursday and should raise about $ 1 million. In 1982 during the Lebanese Civil War, the Bleecker Street film shows Hamm as a former US diplomat returning to office for to help save a colleague from the group who killed his family. Directed by Brad Anderson, Beirut, premiere of the Sundance Film Festival, and Rosamund Pike, Dean Norris, Shea Whigham and Mark Pellegrino star. The movie, whose trailer got a little criticism for his stereotypical portrait of Arabs, is sitting at 72% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Shia LaBeouf starring "Borg vs. McEnroe "saw a limited edition of 51 theaters this weekend and brought about $ 45,000. The international co-produced tennis film, distributed by Neon, stars LaBeouf as legendary tennis player John McEnroe and Swedish actor Sverrir Gudnason as Björn Borg. stellar reviews, with LaBeouf's achievement and Janus Metz Pedersen's direction, which earns special praise. "Borg vs McEnroe" is certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, with 82% ratings.
Indie animated movie "Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero "also debuted this weekend at 1,633 theaters and around $ 970,000. The Fun Academy film uses talent talents by Logan Lerman, Helena Bonham Carter and Gérard Depardieu, following the true story of the most decorated dog in American history, a immediate dog who became hero during WWI.