Weekend Top Movies

'A QUIET PLACE' MAKES NOISE WITH $21.7M (04/23/2018)

Paramount’s A Quiet Place, helmed by John Krasinski and starring him and his wife Emily Blunt, is still roaring in its third weekend out, bringing in $21.7 million over the weekend, for a total of $131.1 million.

Meanwhile, New Line’s Rampage is coming in at $20.7 million. The Dwayne Johnson-toplined movie drew $9.1 million Saturday, for a 10-day haul of $66 million.

Amy Schumer’s I Feel Pretty opened in third place with $16.1 million, behind her recent films Trainwreck ($30 million) and Snatched ($19.5 million). I Feel Pretty has garnered mixed reviews from critics and on social media.

A U.K. based-podcaster called Sofie Hagen summed up the criticism, tweeting: “So the new Amy Schumer movie is about a woman who is half an inch from being conventionally Hollywood attractive (but rest-of-the-world attractive) who thinks she's rest-of-the-world-attractive? I have never been more confused in my life.”

According to ComScore, overall box office is down 2.2 percent year-to-date.

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The April 20-22 Box Office, Per ComScore:

1. A Quiet Place — $22 million2. Rampage — $21 million3. I Feel Pretty — $16.2 million4. Super Troopers 2 — $14.7 million5. Truth or Dare — $7.9 million6. Ready Player One — $7.5 million7. Blockers — $7 million8. Black Panther — $4.6 million9. Traffik — $3.9 million10. Isle of Dogs — $3.4 million

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