An unexpectedly strong weekend box office hits before Infinity War


"You're the ones who are going to decide what happens next". At least on April 20th, when the pothead holiday falls on a Friday anyway. Foreign markets have been more receptive to Rampage. The film stars Amy Schumer, Michelle Williams, Emily Ratajkowski, Rory Scovel, Aidy Bryant, Busy Philipps, Tom Hopper, Naomi Campbell, and Lauren Hutton.

Super Troopers 2 is a 2018 American comedy film directed by Jay Chandrasekhar. Unlike Trainwreck, Schumer didn't write I Feel Pretty, which is about an insecure woman who gets a life-changing confidence boost after a head injury. In one less week, the domestic earnings for "A Quiet Place" are already $6 million higher than "Ready Player One" (although the latter is performing in a completely different league overseas). Like her good pal, Jennifer Lawrence, she proved that fame is fleeting and the box office is the ultimate judge of star power. All of the Twilight movies are close behind.

The film did more than double the numbers that estimates suggested. Not Super Troopers 2.

According to ComScore, overall box office is down 2.2 percent year-to-date. The original Super Troopers only brought in $18.5 million at the box office so the sequel will have no problem passing that. The film missed with critics and generated a steady torrent of pushback editorials following its first trailer debut, but a $16.2 million opening for a comedy with a budget in the $30 million range is not bad. The first film launched with $6 million. It's interesting how Schumer's debut predictions continue to drop.

Interest in the top two movies of the weekend are, on the other hand, steady.

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Anyway as reported by Box Office Pro, Paramount Pictures' A Quiet Place led the Box Office again earning a cool $22 million this weekend. "Rampage" may as well have been called "Dwayne Johnson and his albino gorilla friend" because it's such an obscure video game ... Although at number eight, the Marvel movie saw its lowest placement yet, Black Panther also saw its lowest week-to-week attendance drop. With Infinity War expected to dominate for the next few weeks, I Feel Pretty may have some legs too.

The best that any of the new releases could muster was a #3 debut. The weekend's PTA champ was IFC's Ghost Stories, which bowed to $12,563 on a single screen. Ultimate amounts will be released Monday.

Next weekend, it's all about Infinity War. They gave the film a "B+" on CinemaScore.

Here is the weekend's top 20 titles by number of tickets sold with new titles in bold and totals in parentheses.