“Rampage” Movie Is Breaking Box Office Records In North America
The sci-fi film Rampage went on to head North America’s box office over the weekend, with an estimated $ 34.5 million that narrowly outstripped the horror film A Quiet Place, the exhibition site said on Sunday. Relations with preliminary data of collections.
Rampage is starring Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson, who plays a primate expert who befriends an albino gorilla, which grows to a huge size after a dishonest experiment and then joins the man to stop an invasion of monsters
It was indicated that the premiere of the new Warner Bros. film in its first three days in theaters is one of the best for a video game-themed tape, but with a budget of 120 million dollars. As co-star Naomie Harris.
For its part, A quiet place, which faces its second week on billboards, had revenues of 32.6 million dollars, driven by excellent reviews.
Paramount’s almost silent production is starring actor/director John Krasinski and his real-life wife Emily Blunt, who play a couple silently fighting to protect their family from alien invaders who are blind but can track their prey by sound.
In third place is another horror movie, the new release of the Universal / Blumhouse studios, Truth or Dare, which grossed 19.1 million dollars, more than five times the tiny budget of the film. This supernatural thriller is starring Lucy Hale and Tyler Posey.
Ready Player One, the new sci-fi work of the famed Steven Spielberg and futurist tribute to the films of the 1980s, had an estimated revenue of 11.2 million to cling to fourth place in its third week of screening. The Warner Bros. movie tells the story of a teenage player (Wade Watts) who is immersed in an addictive world of virtual reality.
In fifth place was Blockers, a Universal comedy starring John Cena and Leslie Mann, with USD 10.3 million.
Complete the list of the highest grossing:
6 – Black Panther ($ 5.3 million)
7 – Dog Island ($ 5 million) 8 – I Can Only Imagine ($ 3.8 million) 9 – Tyler Perry’s Acrimony ($ 3.7 million) 10 – Chappaquiddick ($ 3 million)