Movie data researcher comScore announced Sunday the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of April 15, 2018, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.
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It reports that Warner Bros.’ ‘Rampage‘ earned the top spot in the global box office with worldwide weekend collection of $148.6 million.
“Global box office draw Dwayne Johnson took the world by storm with Warner Bros.’ ‘Rampage’ earning $34.5 million this weekend in North America and $114.1 million in 61 international territories for a combined opening worldwide weekend of $148.6 million,” said comScore’s senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian.
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
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