Paramount’s horror film “A Quiet Place” returned to the top spot at the domestic box office this weekend with a further $22 million, bringing its three-week domestic gross to $132.4 million.
The Dwayne Johnson-led “Rampage” followed closely behind in second with $21 million in its second weekend and a further $57 million internationally with its global total to date at $283 million.
Both held off two newcomers – the Amy Schumer-led comedy “I Feel Pretty” in third with $16.2 million, and “Super Troopers 2” in fourth with $14.7 million. Both films scored B+ CinemaScores and both did not go down well with critics.
“Truth or Dare” slipped to fifth with a further $7.9 million, while “Ready Player One” was sixth with $7.5 million. The latter has so far amassed an impressive worldwide haul of $521.6 million to date.
Source: Box-Office Mojo