MoviesNorth American Box Office Report (Weekend of Apr 13th)

Keith NoakesApril 16, 2018

With the Weekend coming to an end and a new year just beginning, check out how the North American box office fared. After winning last weekend, A Quiet Place got edged this weekend by the Dwayne Johnson led monster movie, Rampage. Despite getting knocked out of the top spot, it’s nice to see original and well-made movies like A Quiet Place do so well at the box office. Blumhouse’s new horror offering, Truth or Dare, finished in 3rd place and the other new release, Beirut, finished in 13th place on fewer screens. Isle of Dogs, the new Wes Anderson animated offering, finished in 7th place in its first week of nationwide expansion. With only a few weeks away from the release of Avengers: Infinity War, the last MCU movie, Black Panther is still in 6th place after 9 weeks. 

This Week Last Week Title Studio Weekend Gross ($USD) Total Gross ($USD) Total Weeks
1 Rampage Warner Bros. $34.5M $34.5M 1
2 1 A Quiet Place Paramount $32.6M $99.64M 2
3 Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare Universal $19.08M $19.08M 1
4 2 Ready Player One Warner Bros. $11.21M $114.61M 3
5 3 Blockers Universal $10.3M $36.93M 2
6 4 Black Panther Disney $5.34M $673.8M 9
7 10 Isle of Dogs Fox Searchlight $5M $18.45M 4
8 6 I Can Only Imagine Roadside $3.84M $74.99M 5
9 5 Tyler Perry’s Acrimony Lionsgate $3.7M $37.88M 3
10 7 Chappaquiddick Entertainment Studios $3.03M $11.01M 2
11 11 The Miracle Season LD $2.14M $6.96M 2
12 8 Sherlock Gnomes Paramount $2.1M $36.92M 4
13 Beirut Bleecker Street $1.66M $2.03M 1
14 9 Pacific Rim Uprising Universal $1.37M $57.52M 4
15 The Metropolitan Opera: Luisa Miller Fathom Events $1.28M $1.28M 1
16 12 A Wrinkle in Time Disney $1.21M $92.3M 6
17 13 Love, Simon Fox $1M $39.27M 5
18 15 Paul, Apostle of Christ Sony $575,000 $16.36M 4
19 18 The Death of Stalin IFC $474,692 $6.31M 6
20 14 Tomb Raider Warner Bros. $470,000 $56.24M 5

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