Avengers: Infinity War continues its storied run with another first place finish, as it made $61.8 million. To date, the flick has taken in over $1.6 billion worldwide. Coming in second was newcomer Life of the Party which took in $18.5 million. This weekend’s top 10:
Avengers: Infinity War – Domestically, this blockbuster has made over $547 million. This weekend’s total is $61.8 million
Life of the Party – Melissa McCarthy has another hit on her hands with an $18.5 million debut.
Breaking In – With an estimated budget of $6 million, this flick does brisk business with $16.5 million.
Overboard – Remake takes in $10 million in its second weekend. It’s collected over $29 million domestically.
A Quiet Place– It’s the sleeper that continues to make money, as it amassed $6.4 million this weekend.
I Feel Pretty – Amy Schumer feel good comedy collects $3.7 million.
Rampage – Dwayne Johnson feature has yet to crack the $100 million mark stateside (it’s at $89 million). This weekend it rakes in $3.3 million.
Tully – Charlize Theron drama makes $2.24 million.
Black Panther – Marvel hit makes $1.9 million.
RBG – Documentary on Ruth Bader Ginsburg scratches top 10 with $19 million.
As expected, Avengers: Infinity War easily bested the competition with a $112.5 million weekend. This amazing figure ranks it the second highest grossing film during its second weekend, with Star Wars: The Force Awakens retaining the top spot with $149 million. Overboard came in second with a solid $14.75 million and A Quiet Place was a distant third with $7.6 million. Here’s the top 10:
Avengers: Infinity War – It makes $112.5 million and to date it’s grossed over $450 million domestically.
Overboard – Remake of Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell comedy does well, as Eugenio Derbez and Anna Faris have chemistry! $14.75 million
A Quiet Place – One of this year’s top sleepers takes in $7.6 million.
I Feel Pretty – Amy Schumer comedy collects $4.9 million.
Rampage – Dwayne Johnson’s latest makes $4.6 million.
Tully – Charlize Theron drama does disappointing business with a $3.1 million debut.
Black Panther – To date it’s made $1.3 billion worldwide. This weekend, it does $3.14 million domestically.
Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare – Lucy Hale headlined thriller collects $1.88 million.
Super Troopers 2 – Comedy checks in with $1.81 million.
Avengers: Infinity War earned a massive achievement in its debut weekend, as its $630 million worldwide take dismantled the previous box-office weekend king The Fate of the Furious($540 million). Domestically, the flick took in $250 million, making it the biggest opening weekend ever (it tops 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which turned in $148 million). Here’s the top 10:
Avengers: Infinity War – $250 million
A Quiet Place– Although it made just $10.6 million, this John Krasinski directed thriller has amassed over $148 million domestically, making it one of this year’s biggest hits.
I Feel Pretty – $8.1 million
Rampage – Dwayne Johnson film dips in its third weekend with $7.7 million. The film is doing just fine, however, as it’s made over $334 million worldwide.
Black Panther – $4.3 million
Super Troopers 2 – $3.6 million
Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare – Lucy Hale headlined thriller checks in with $3.2 million
Blockers – $2.9 million
Ready Player One – Steven Spielberg feature makes $2.4 million.
The hits keep on coming for Dwayne Johnson, as his latest feature Rampage narrowly beat out A Quiet Place with $34.5 million. The $120 million budgeted film may not have had a monstrous opening weekend, but considering it’s made over $114 million internationally, prospects are looking solid for the feature. Here’s the top 10:
Rampage – $34.5 million
A Quiet Place – John Krasinski and Emily Blunt make a fine on-screen couple as their film makes $32.6 million in its second weekend. Budgeted at just $17 million, the feature is one of this year’s biggest hits.
Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare – Lukewarm reviews didn’t stop this Lucy Haleheadlined film from taking in $19 million. Film’s low-budget ($3.5 million) means it’s another hit for Blumhouse Productions.
Ready Player One – Steven Spielberg’s latest takes in $11.2 million.
Blockers – John Cena comedy takes in $10.3 million
Black Panther – Domestically, it’s grossed over $673 million. This weekend it makes $5.3 million
Isle of Dogs – Wes Anderson’s latest foray into stop motion animation grosses $5 million.
I Can Only Image – Faith based drama continues to do strong business with $3.8 million. Feature has amassed over $75 million with just a $7 million budget!
Tyler Perry’s Acrimony – $3.7 million
Chappaquiddick – Indie drama with Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy takes in $3 million.
Left to right: Emily Blunt plays Evelyn Abbott and and John Krasinski plays Lee Abbott in A QUIET PLACE from Paramount Pictures.
Director/actor John Krasinski and wife/co-star Emily Blunt have a hit on their hands, as A Quiet Place some box office noise over the weekend with a $50 million showing. The picture easily beast second place finisher Ready Player Oneand fellow newcomer Blockers. Rounding out the rear is Wes Anderson’s latest Isle of Dogs (#10, $4.6 million). Here’s this weekend’s top!
A Quiet Place – $50 million
Ready Player One – The Steven Spielberg flick makes $25 million and to date it’s amassed over $390 million worldwide!
Blockers – $21 million
Black Panther – It collects $8.4 million this weekend and has already made over $665 million domestically!
I Can Only Imagine – Faith based drama is doing strong box office as it’s made over $69 million domestically. This weekend it collects $8.3 million.
Tyler Perry’s Acrimony – $8 million
Chappaquiddick – Drama starring Jason Clarke and Kate Mara takes in $6.2 million.