A Quiet Place Wins The Week Before Avengers: Infinity War

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Rampage falls to number 2 after a week at the top but it was with the tightest of margins and only just misses out on a second weekend at the top. The film has soared internationally, especially in China, and now stands at $283.3 million total globally.

Busy Philipps, Aidy Bryant, Naomi Campbell, Michelle Williams, Emily Ratajkowski, Sasheer Zamata, Lauren Hutton, and Tom Hopper also star in I Feel Pretty, which was written and directed by Never Been Kissed's Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein.

The movie - which stars Johnson as a primatologist and ex-soldier dealing with mutated mega-animals - will need to perform well overseas to be considered a success, and this weekend it will add about $57 million from 61 foreign markets, lifting its worldwide total to about $216.4 million.

"I Feel Pretty", released by STX Entertainment, grossed approximately $16.2 million - only a small less than half of exactly what Schumer's "train wreck" opened to in July 2015. The PG-13 comedy stars Schumer as a woman who suffers a head injury that makes her believe she's the most handsome woman she's ever seen, giving her a newfound confidence that changes her life. "Sometimes that will bring big box office; sometimes it won't". The Fox Searchlight-distributed Super Troopers 2 lit up 2,038 venues this weekend, where it earned a better-than-anticipated $14.7 million, good enough for a fourth place finish.

The main success for Rampage is all thanks to the Chinese Box Office. "Our opening weekend will determine whether we get to keep making movies", the group wrote on Indiegogo.

The domestic box office is up 12.6 percent compared to the same weekend last year, though the year to date box office is down 2.4 percent.

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A Quiet Place will be giving up its #1 spot next weekend to the jam-packed superhero film, Avengers: Infinity War. (Women under 25, though, gave it a CinemaScore of A.) The film, which cost $32 million to make, puts Ms. Schumer on a downward trajectory following the 2015 smash hit "Trainwreck", which opened to $30 million, and the lukewarm "Snatched", which opened to $19.5 million previous year. Where available, the latest global numbers for Friday through Sunday are also included. Ultimate amounts will be released Monday.

The A Quiet Place Plot: In the modern horror thriller A Quiet Place, a family of four must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious creatures that hunt by sound threaten their survival.

"Ready Player One", $23 million.

Beyond A Quiet Place, the other obvious victor here is Super Troopers 2.

"Isle of Dogs", $5.6 million. Rampage, taking in an estimated $21 million (from 4,115 theaters).

"Dude's Manual", $3.7 million.

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