‘Ram­page’ si­lences ‘A Quiet Place’

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Af­ter a wob­bly start, Dwayne John­son mus­cled his way to a No. 1 open­ing for “Ram­page”—but just barely. Close on its heels was the word-of-mouth sen­sa­tion “A Quiet Place” in its sec­ond week in the­aters, and not too far be­hind that was the Blum­house hor­ror “Truth or Dare” in a com­pet­i­tive week­end at the box of­fice.

Warner Bros. said Sun­day that “Ram­page” earned an es­ti­mated $34.5 mil­lion in its first week­end in North Amer­i­can the­aters, and dom­i­nated in­ter­na­tion­ally too with $114.1 mil­lion from 61 ter­ri­to­ries.

Here are the top 10 films in the US week­end box of­fice. 1.“Ram­page,” $34.5 mil­lion ($114.1 mil­lion in­ter­na­tional). 2.“A Quiet Place,” $32.6 mil­lion ($22.3 mil­lion in­ter­na­tional). 3.“Truth or Dare,” $19.1 mil­lion ($2.6 mil­lion in­ter­na­tional). 4.“Ready Player One,” $11.2 mil­lion ($33.8 mil­lion in­ter­na­tional). 5.“Block­ers,” $10.3 mil­lion ($3.9 mil­lion in­ter­na­tional). 6.“Black Pan­ther,” $5.3 mil­lion ($2.6 mil­lion in­ter­na­tional). 7.“Isle of Dogs,” $5 mil­lion ($2.3 mil­lion in­ter­na­tional). 8.“I Can Only Imag­ine,” $3.8 mil­lion ($40,000 in­ter­na­tional). 9.“Tyler Perry’s Ac­ri­mony,” $3.7 mil­lion. 10.“Chap­paquid­dick,” $3 mil­lion.

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