Monday Morning Box Office Report: Rampage Roars, A Quiet Place Keeps it Close


It was a close race but ultimately Dwayne Johnson came away with a win as Rampage held off A Quiet Place to take the top spot at the box office. Rampage opened with an estimated $34.5 million, $20 million less than his previous collaboration with director Brad Peyton (San Andreas) which debuted to $54 million back in 2015. It is, however, pretty close to what Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle made in its opening weekend, although that movie was going up against Star Wars: The Last Jedi and continued to make money for the next three months. Rampage will definitely not be sticking around that long. A Quiet Place had a strong second weekend, adding $32.6 million to bring its current worldwide total to $150 million, while Truth or Dare also had a solid start with $19.1 million. Ready Player One and Blockers rounded out the top 5. Elsewhere, Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs jumped up to seventh place after a major expansion and Black Panther finally fell out of the top 5 as we prepare for The Avengers: Infinity War in two weeks.

1. Rampage — $34.5M
2. A Quiet Place — $32.6M
3. Truth or Dare — $19.1M
4. Ready Player One — $11.2M
5. Blockers — $10.3M
6. Black Panther — $5.3M
7. Isle of Dogs — $5M
8. I Can Only Imagine — $3.8M
9. Acrimony — $3.7M
10. Chappaquiddick — $3M

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