The box office continues to send very confusing signals about what will be working for ticket sales as the industry continues to recover from the pandemic.
A Quiet Place: Part II took the top spot at the box office this weekend with $11.65M. Domestically it has become the first movie to break the $100M barrier since the pandemic began and sits at $108.99M. Globally it sits at $161.33M.
Second place went to In the Heights with a lower than anticipated $11.4M.
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway came in third with $10.4M and globally sits at $68.3M.
Fourth place went to The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It with $10.02M. Domestically it sits at $43.77M and $111.77M globally.
Cruella took fifth place with with $6.7M for a domestic total of $55.95M. Globally it sits at $129.25M, and there is already talk of a sequel.
The next wide release is The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard on June 16.