The Rock Goes On A Box Office ‘Rampage’
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson proved that he’s still a draw at the box office after his latest movie “Rampage” won the weekend for Warner Bros., generating an impressive $148.6M worldwide, according to estimate compiled by comScore.
Directed by Brad Peyton, “Rampage” features Johnson cast as Davis Okoye, a primatologist who develops a close bond with a silverback gorilla who he must battle to rescue after a genetic experiment goes awry, leaving mutated apes rampaging across North America.
Rampage, which had an estimated $120 million production budget, opened to a $34.5M debut in North American cinemas, besting last week’s champion, the creepy “A Quiet Place” which itself added $32.6M domestically and $54.9M worldwide.
Warner’s “Ready Player One” continued to perform internationally, adding an additional $45.0M worldwide over the weekend, but fell off in North American theaters, generating an estimated $11.2M according to comScore.
Another horror movie, Universal’s “Truth Or Dare” took the #3 spot in domestic theaters, scaring up $19.1M in North America and $21.7m worldwide on an estimated production budget of just $3.5 million.
The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, April 15, are below.
Rampage – Warner Bros. – $148.6M
Quiet Place, A – Paramount Pictures – $54.9M
Ready Player One – Warner Bros. – $45.0M
Blumhouse’s Truth Or Dare – Universal – $21.7M
Blockers – Universal – $14.2M
Peter Rabbit – Sony – $13.1M
Taxi 5 – Multiple – $9.5M
Black Panther – Disney – $7.9M
Pacific Rim Uprising – Multiple – $7.7M
Isle Of Dogs – 20th Century Fox – $7.3M
Annihilation – China Film Group Corporation – $6.2M
Sherlock Gnomes – Paramount Pictures – $4.8M
The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, April 15, are below.
Rampage – Warner Bros. – $34.5M
Quiet Place, A – Paramount – $32.6M
Blumhouse’s Truth Or Dare – Universal – $19.1M
Ready Player One – Warner Bros. – $11.2M
Blockers – Universal – $10.3M
Black Panther – Disney – $5.3M
Isle Of Dogs – Fox Searchlight – $5.0M
I Can Only Imagine – Roadside Attractions – $3.8M
Tyler Perry’s Acrimony – Lionsgate – $3.7M
Chappaquiddick – Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures – $3.0M
Miracle Season, The – MIRR/LD – $2.1M
Sherlock Gnomes – Paramount – $2.1M