'Rampage' Wins Weekend Box Office, Narrowly Beating 'Quiet Place'

'Rampage' Wins Weekend Box Office, Narrowly Beating 'Quiet Place'

'Rampage' Wins Weekend Box Office, Narrowly Beating 'Quiet Place'

Sci-fi action flick "Rampage" topped North American box offices over the weekend, taking in an estimated US$34.5 million to barely beat out horror film "A Quiet Place", industry tracker Exhibitor Relations said Sunday.

"Because it's a movie about a family that needs to remain quiet, this is such a flawless atmosphere and one of the best scenes to tell the rules of how to remain quiet, what happens if you don't", Krasinski says in the video. Still, A Quiet Place managed to score $32.6 million, so the horror thriller isn't exactly suffering.

The almost $35 million gross, however, is certainly a win for the $120 million film, slightly beating expectations here in America.

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The worldwide figures will certainly bring some relief to studio execs sweating at the USA disappointment, although with a total opening weekend haul that looks set to be less than $70M, the movie still has some way to go to make back its $120M production budget.

Has John Krasinski seen this masterpiece? That figure brings the movie's domestic total to about $100 million after 10 days in theaters.

New release "Truth Or Dare" was #3 on Friday the 13th with $8.2 million.

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Despite the movie sporting a 50% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and last weekend's box office hit, "A Quiet Place", looking to have a strong second weekend in theaters, the Johnson brand went into overdrive leading to "Rampage" winning the weekend at the box office with an estimated $34.5 million, according to boxofficepro. Analysts expect the film to close its debut weekend with $29-33 million receipts.

Universal's comedy "Blockers" is just behind with $10.2 million, giving the $20 million comedy film a 10-day total of $37 million.

The latter is nonetheless on track to top the full weekend chart.

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Holdovers complete the top five, with Warner Bros.' "Ready Player One" in fourth with $11 million in its third weekend.

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