Ever wanted to go back to college for the day? Don’t miss: 3 top lecturers in Baltimore

'A Quiet Place,' 'Rampage' lead newcomers at box office

Associated Press

"A Quiet Place" and "Rampage" are fighting it out again for the top spot at the domestic box office this weekend and easily beating newcomers like Amy Schumer's "I Feel Pretty" and "Super Troopers 2."

According to studio estimates Sunday, John Krasinski's thriller, "A Quiet Place," has sneaked back into first place in its third weekend in theaters with $22 million, while the Dwayne Johnson movie "Rampage" landed in second with $21 million.

The strong hold for both films left "I Feel Pretty" with a third place debut for STX with an estimated $16.2 million. The sequel to the cult comedy "Super Troopers" meanwhile cruised into fourth place with $14.7 million.

The Blumhouse horror "Truth or Dare" took fifth place with $7.9 million.

RELATED STORIES:

'Rampage' review: Dwayne Johnson leads worst Chicago architecture tour EVER

Before the movie, ‘Rampage’ the video game offered destruction without death

With 'A Quiet Place' and 'Get Out,' horror is having a mainstream moment - but will that alienate fans?

Copyright © 2018, The Baltimore Sun, a Baltimore Sun Media Group publication | Place an Ad
54°