Weekend Box Office: The Rock’s ‘Rampage’ Tops Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’

The Friday The 13th Weekend

New Line’s arcade game-inspired Rampage will reportedly manage to scare John Krasinski’s smash horror hit A Quiet Place out of the top box office spot this weekend.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s monster mash will take in an estaimted $34.5 million in its opening weekend, while Paramount’s high-concept horror film fell just 35.1 percent to $32.6 million and the film is already about to crack $100 million domestic. Rampage has received mixed reviews from critics but it still received an A- CinemaScore.

Blumhouse’s sub-$5 million budgeted horror film Truth or Dare took third place with $19 million. Also benefitting from the Friday the 13th weekend, the film, which has been trashed by critics, received a B- CinemaScore.

Rounding out the top five are Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi blockbuster Ready Player One and Universal’s raunchy comedy Blockers.

You can view the weekend’s Top 10 estimates below.

1. Rampage — $34.5M (Debut)
2. A Quiet Place — $32.6M ($99.6M Overall)
3. Truth or Dare — $19M
4. Ready Player One — $11.2M ($114.6M)
5. Blockers — $10.3 ($36.9M)
6. Black Panther — $5.3M ($673.8M)
7. Isle of Dogs — $5M ($18.4M)
8. I Can Only Imagine — $3.8M ($75M)
9. Tyler Perry’s Acrimony — $3.7M ($37.9M)
10. Chappaquiddick— $3M ($11M)

Next week sees the release of the Amy Schumer comedy I Feel Pretty, the sequel Super Troopers 2 and the thriller Traffik before the Avengers: Infinity Wars storm on April 27.