The galaxy has a new ruler. Disney and Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War kicked off the summer box office in high style over the weekend, opening to a record-setting $250 million in North America and $380 million overseas for a global total of $630 million, the top worldwide debut of all time. The superhero mashup accomplished
‘Super Troopers 2’ and ‘Traffik’ also open nationwide on the final weekend before the summer box office kicks off with ‘Avengers: Infinity War.’ A Quiet Place and Rampage are expected to duke it out for No. 1 at the box office this weekend despite the entry of I Feel Pretty, Amy Schumer’s new comedy. Overall,
Meanwhile, Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ added $13.9 million for a China total of $192.8 million after three weekends. Dwayne Johnson’s action-adventure Rampage made a strong start in China over the weekend, chalking up a hearty $55 million. The film opened on some 21,500 screens, claiming nearly 70 percent of the full weekend box office.
Starring Dwayne Johnson, ‘Rampage’ had been expected to clear $35 million-$40 million in its domestic launch; elsewhere, new horror film ‘Truth or Dare’ is off to a solid start despite competition from ‘A Quiet Place.’ In a surprise twist, Dwayne Johnson’s action-adventure Rampage is stalling out at the North American box office, where it could
The monster movie is set to be the latest title from Dwayne Johnson to land $35 million-$40 million in its U.S. debut. Fresh off the box-office success of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Dwayne Johnson is back in theaters this weekend in Rampage, playing a primatologist whose beloved pal — a silverback gorilla — is