Black Panther sticks around the Top Ten for the tenth weekend.
Last weekend's number one finisher, Rampage, was expected to pull out a close win again this weekend, but it was no match for John Krasinski's A Quiet Place. The horror flick brought in another $22 million, bringing its domestic total to over $130 million.
It's on the run for an incredible finish. According to Box Office Mojo, comparable films Split and The Conjuring ended their entire runs with $138.2 million and $137.4 million, respectively.
Rampage, from Warner Bros. and New Line, finished in second place, earning $21 million.
For new releases, Amy Schumer's I Feel Pretty took the third place slot with $16.2 million. It was Schumer's smallest box office debut, coming in far behind Snatched and Trainwreck.
The other major release was Super Troopers 2. While it only earned enough for a fourth place finish, it exceeded expectations and, in fact, earned more than its budget.
This weekend marked Black Panther's tenth week in the Top Ten. It has earned over $600 million, domestically. It's biggest competition to date will come this upcoming weekend with Avengers: Infinity War opening wide.
In limited release, Traffik earned over $3 million. Bharat Ane Nenu took in just over $2 million.
Avengers: Infinity War will open to 4,200 screens and is expected to be a record-breaking opening weekend.
(Bold signifies a new release.)
1. A Quiet Place - $22 million
2. Rampage - $21 million
3. I Feel Pretty - $16.2 million
4. Super Troopers 2 - $14.7 million
5. Truth or Dare - $7.9 million
6. Ready Player One - $7.5 million
7. Blockers - $6.985 million
8. Black Panther - $4.6 million
9. Traffik - $3.8 million
10. Isle of Dogs - $3.4 million