Monday Morning Box Office Report: A Quiet Place Back on Top, Super Troopers 2 Opens High


A Quiet Place quietly returned to the top of the box office over the weekend, managing to climb past Rampage with an estimated $22 million in its third weekend. Believe it or not, A Quiet Place has now passed Transformers: The Last Knight domestically to become Paramount’s biggest hit since Star Trek Beyond. Impressive stuff. Rampage fell to second with $21 million while the Amy Schumer comedy I Feel Pretty opened in third with a respectable $16.2 million, which is slightly behind last year’s Snatched ($19.5 million) and significantly less than Trainwreck ($30 million). The big surprise of the weekend, however, was Super Troopers 2 which opened in fourth with a much higher than expected $14.7 million. It would seem that the original movie still has a pretty loyal following out there. Elsewhere Truth or Dare rounded out the top 5, while Traffik opened in ninth with $3.8 million.

1. A Quiet Place — $22M
2. Rampage — $21M
3. I Feel Pretty — $16.2M
4. Super Troopers 2 — $14.7M
5. Truth or Dare — $7.9M
6. Ready Player One — $7.5M
7. Blockers — $7M
8. Black Panther — $4.6M
9. Traffik — $3.9M
10. Isle of Dogs — $3.4M

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  • Jake

    Curious if Super Troopers 2 would be the highest opening for a crowd-funded production.

  • Sean

    It must be. The only other ones I can think of that even got a wide release were Wish I Was Here and Veronica Mars, but they both made less than $5 million total.