‘A Quiet Place’ Rakes in $19 Million on Friday, Heading for a $45 Million-Plus Opening Weekend
Paramount’s horror/thriller, A Quiet Place is bringing in some big dough at this weekend’s box office. The John Krasinski directed flick took in $19 million domestically on its opening night, April 6.
With the film’s box office take from Friday, it’s on track to have an opening weekend of $45million-plus domestically, which will put it ahead of Ready Player One and Blockers for the top spot this weekend.
A Quiet Place‘s current tracking is drastically ahead of previous tracking estimates for the movie, which were $20 to $25 million total for the weekend.
Starring John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe as the Abbott family, the film centres around them living in a world of silence due to violent creatures who hunt by sound. The PG-13 film is currently ‘certified fresh’ and boasts a score of 97% on Rotten Tomatoes.
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Source: The Hollywood Reporter