Monday Update: Rampage ramped it up this weekend, as the Warner Bros.’ fantasy action movie starring Dwayne Johnson debuted in first with $35.7 million. Last weekend’s leader, Paramount’s horror A Quiet Place, wasn’t too far behind with $32.9 million and second place. The film’s 34.3 percent second weekend decline was very much
Monday Update: A Quiet Place was far louder than expected this weekend, with a $50.2 million debut. Pre-release expectations had generally projected a $30-$35 million start. Paramount’s horror followed in the footsteps of It, Get Out, and Split in continuing an unprecedented strong streak of horror titles at the box office in 2017 and 2018.
Saturday Update: A Quiet Place is anything but silent at the box office, amassing a remarkable $19 million opening day on Friday and blowing away all pre-release tracking. That take includes Thursday night’s $4.3 million opening shows. To put things into perspective, AQP soared 27 percent higher than Annabelle: Creation‘s $15.01 million opening day last
Paramount’s A Quiet Place continues to build momentum ahead of its opening this weekend, which is likely to dethrone Ready Player One as the top film at the North American box office. Writer/director John Krasinski co-stars with real life spouse Emily Blunt in the original horror/thriller which has been marketed strongly for several months,
Three high school girls make a pact to lose their virginity on prom night—but their parents find out and spend the whole increasingly crazy evening attempting to stop them. That’s the premise of Universal’s R-rated comedy Blockers, out April 6. The film is directed by Kay Cannon, a first-time director
This week’s report takes a first look at April with two wide releases currently slated to open in the post-Easter market. PROS: Leslie Mann, John Cena, and Ike Barinholtz form an encouraging comedic ensemble that could help Blockers appeal to adult crowds. Additionally boasting comedy veterans Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg