Rampage just edges out A Quiet Place atop the Weekend Box Office | April 13-15, 2018

Rampage just took the top spot over the weekend with an estimated $34.5 million for Warner Bros./New Line Cinema in its debut weekend. The film also took in another $114 million internationally. Last weekend’s top film and surprise hit A Quiet Place took a close second with $32.6 million at the domestic box office. The film, which was made on a budget of $17 million, has taken in $51 million worldwide so far with a domestic total that is just shy of $100 million.

A Quiet Place had a higher per-screen average out of the top two films. Rampage played on about 4,100 screens with a per screen average of $8,413. A Quiet Place‘s per screen average was $9,083 on just shy of 3,600 screens

Universal’s Truth of Dare opened at the #3 spot at the box office with an estimated $19.1 million, while Warner Bros.’ Ready Player One added another $11.2 million to take the fourth spot. Universal’s Blockers rounded out the top five with $10.3 million.

Next weekend sees the comedy Super Troopers 2 hitting theatres as well as the comedy I Feel Pretty from STX. Two weeks time will see the anticipated blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War arrive in theatres.

1 | Rampage (Warner Bros/New Line) $34.5 mil
2 | A Quiet Place (Paramount) $32.6 mil
3 | Truth or Dare (Universal) $19.1 mil
4 | Ready Player One (Warner Bros) $11.2 mil
5 | Blockers (Universal) $10.3 mil

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