But again, with a massive budget like that, Rampage needs a good showing overseas to make a profit, and it's doing just that, eyeing a $50 million opening in China in addition to performing well in other overseas markets.
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The action hero's new disaster movie Rampage will debut with an estimated $34.5 million from 4,101 theaters in the US and Canada through Sunday, edging out last week's No. 1 title, A Quiet Place, while the horror flick Truth or Dare opens in third. It's a ideal blending of the two, one that has us shaking.with laughter.
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Directed by John Krasinski, who also stars alongside wife Emily Blunt, A Quiet Place follows a family living in silence in order to hide from creatures that hunt their prey by sound. This weekend's almost $33 million gorss pushes its 10-day total of $100 million against a $17 million budget. The movie had a reported budget of $120 million, so it's already doing well, it seems. The movie, nabbing an A- CinemaScore and playing to an ethnically diverse audience, comes on the heels of the blockbuster success of Johnson starrer Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
In third is Universal/Blumhouse's "Truth Or Dare", which made $19 million in its opening weekend from 3,029 locations.
Ready Player One, which gave up Imax screens to Rampage, fell 54 percent over the weekend to $11.2 million for a domestic tally of $114.6 million.
Universal's comedy film "Blockers" finished fifth with an estimated 10.29 million dollars in its second weekend.