After losing to The Rock and Rampage last weekend, A Quiet Place regained the top spot at the box office for its third week out while Super Troopers 2 opened way above expectations.
Rampage took the top spot at the box office with the third highest opening ever for a video game movie while A Quiet Place stayed strong in second and Truth or Dare continued Blumhouse’s insane profitability by earning back around 6 times it’s budget in its first weekend.
A Quiet Place had one of the best horror openings of the last few years, topping all the Conjuring films, the Insidious films, Split and more while Black Panther became the third highest grossing film domestically of all time.
Ready Player One took the top spot at the box office and gave Steven Spielberg his best opening in eight years.
Black Panther remained on top of the box office for the fifth weekend in a row, fending off the new releases led by the new Tomb Raider.
Black Panther remained on top for the fourth weekend in a row, crossing over $1 billion worldwide, while Disney’s latest blockbuster, A Wrinkle in Time, fell below expectations.
Black Panther continued the box office domination, crossing over $500 million domestically and becoming the 10th highest grossing film domestically of all time.
Black Panther continues it’s domination of the box office with the second best second weekend of all time and moves further up the MCU and all time box office charts.
As expected, Black Panther dominated the box office but it blew away even the most optimistic predictions with the 2nd best opening ever for the MCU and the fifth highest opening of all time.
Jumanji was finally pushed out of the top spot by the three new releases of the weekend, with Fifty Shades Freed taking the top spot but with the lowest opening for the trilogy.