'A Quiet Place' #1 in its 3rd Frame

'A Quiet Place' #1 in its 3rd Frame

'A Quiet Place' #1 in its 3rd Frame

With A Quiet Place banking $20 million and Rampage at $18 million, Amy Schumer's I Feel Pretty held a respectable third at $18 million and Super Troopers 2 snagged fourth with $15 million.

Bumped down to No. 2, Dwayne Johnson's "Rampage" collected $20.3 million in 4,115 theaters in its second weekend. Luckily, "Rampage" has been able to justify its expensive price tag with a strong worldwide showing. That brings its global tally to $283 million.

I Feel Pretty opened with sales of $16.2 million, just missing the $17 projection of Box Office Pro.

Super Troopers 2, a comedy about officers at the USA and Canada border, opened with weekend sales of $14.7 million, beating Box Office Pro's projection of $6.2 million.

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Jay Chandrasekhar stars in and directs Super Troopers 2, which also features Paul Soter, Damon Wayans Jr., Seann William Scott, Lynda Carter, Rob Lowe, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Steve Lemme, Erik Stolhanske, Kevin Heffernan, and Brian Cox. The audience score of the sequel, however, is down significantly from the original's, at 68 percent compared to the first movie's 90 percent. The PG-13 comic book-inspired film will open in theaters on April 27, 2018 and is expected to break multiple records over its first weekend and subsequent theatrical run.

In its 2nd weekend, Universal and Blumhouse's Truth or Dare checked in in 5th place with $7.9-M for a 10-Day domestic box office of $30.4. Lucy Hale and Tyler Posey lead the thriller, which scored $7.9 million in 3,068 locations. "Rampage", too, is down only 41 per cent domestically in its second weekend and continues to rake in the dollars globally. It'll get tougher for smaller films to stand out starting next weekend with the release of Walt Disney Co.'s Avengers: Infinity War, a Marvel superhero picture that kicks off Hollywood's summer blockbuster season.

Fallen from the top spot to number two was "Rampage", starring hard-working Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson as a primatologist who befriends an albino gorilla - which grows to enormous size after a rogue experiment and then teams with Johnson to stop invading monsters.

"We're going to see a huge turnaround later this week in the box office fortunes with 'Avengers: Infinity War,"' Dergarabedian said.

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