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Rampage will win Friday with $11.5 million including $2.4 million from Thursday previews, but A Quiet Place should still be able to steal a second weekend victory.
Friday the 13th should give a big boost to last week’s “A Quiet Place” and might keep “Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare” from completely bombing.
The top 3 movies grossed $96 million, while Marvel’s Black Panther became the third-highest grossing movie domestically as it surpassed Titanic.
Universal’s R-rated comedy Blockers will probably have to settle for third place behind Spielberg’s Ready Player One, even though it took second place Friday with $7.8 million.
The box office should pick up in April as stronger offerings are released before Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War at the end of the month.
Spielberg had his biggest opening at the box office in almost ten years, as he returns to the big screen adventure for which he became famous. Tyler Perry’s Acrimony took second place with $17.1 million.
Tyler Perry’s Acrimony looks to take second place with $7.3 million on Good Friday, while Pacific Rim: Uprising dive bombs in its second weekend.
Tyler Perry’s Acrimony and God’s Not Dead: Light in the Darkness will also open over the Easter weekend, and returning movies will have a hard time competing.
Four other wide releases disappointed, while Wes Anderson’s animated Isle of Dogs blew up with $1.6 million in just 27 theaters.
The other four new wide releases are underperforming with last week’s surprise hit I Can Only Imagine holding up well in its second weekend.
Five new movies open in wide release on Friday including a Soderbergh thriller, a Bella Thorne Y.A. romance, another Christian movie and the animated Sherlock Gnomes.
The faith-based drama based on a popular Christian song came out just ahead of Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time over the weekend, while Tomb Raider disappointed in second place.
East Coast Editor Edward Douglas takes an early look at the box office prospects of what should be one of the year’s biggest blockbusters, and whether it will it do as well or better than Black Panther.
Faith-based film I Can Only Imagine might pull off a surprise fourth place win over Fox’s Love, Simon, as both receive positive responses from audiences.
Warner Bros’ video game reboot and Greg Berlanti’s coming-out comedy Love, Simon will try to keep Marvel’s latest from becoming the first film since Avatar to achieve that milestone.
Marvel Studios’ blockbuster hit crossed the billion mark worldwide in less than a month, while the Ava DuVernay directed Disney fantasy film opened with $33.3 million.
Aviron Pictures’ initial release, the horror sequel The Strangers: Prey at Night, will take third place with a solid $10 million in its first weekend.
A busy March weekend with five new wide releases, includes a few oddities that don’t stand much of a chance to break out.
Jennifer Lawrence’s Red Sparrow and Bruce Willis’ Death Wish remake both ended up with less than $20 million to take second and third place, respectively.
The spy thriller based on Jason Matthews’ novel is aiming for a sub-$20 million weekend, while Bruce Willis’ Death Wish remake will have to settle for third place.
The two new releases will have to settle for second and third place as the Marvel Studios blockbuster holds its own against any and all competition.
The record-setting blockbuster grossed $112 million in its sophomore frame, the second largest second weekend after Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
We crunch the numbers on the amazing box office showing by Marvel Studios’ latest superhero movie to see if it can become one of the biggest domestic releases ever.
With an estimated $28.9 million on Friday, Black Panther could gross more than $100 million over the weekend, while Game Night and Annihliation are underperforming.
Marvel’s game-changer should remain #1 for a couple weeks, but the Jason Bateman-Rachel McAdams comedy stands a better chance at second place than Natalie Portman’s sci-fi thriller.
Marvel’s game-changing movie made more in its opening weekend than both Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War, and it set a new Monday record by grossing $40.2 million.
Both Aardman’s animated Early Man and Pure Flix’s Samson bombed badly going up against the dominant Marvel Studios movie.
That Thursday opening puts it ahead of Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War, which introduced Chadwick Boseman as the Black Panther two years ago and could see it grossing more than $200 million over the holiday weekend.
Or maybe it will just be another Marvel movie that makes a ton of money because all Marvel movies do. There are other movies opening this weekend, too, but does anyone even care?
Sony’s family film Peter Rabbit came in second place, followed by Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 to Paris.