“A Quiet Place” Tops “Rampage” at the Box Office

John Krasinski and Noah Jupe in "A Quiet Place"

John Krasinski’s new thriller A Quiet Place has earned No. 1 spot in the US box office for its third weekend.

The movie follows a family of four who must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious alien creatures that hunt by sound threaten their survival. Emily Blunt stars alongside Krasinski, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe, Cade Woodward and Leon Russom. The movie has grossed $116 million through Friday, $56 million of which is from foreign markets.

In second place is last weekend’s no. 1 Rampage starring Dwayne Johnson. It grossed $18 million this weekend, putting it just $2 million behind A Quiet Place. The movie follows a scientist who much join forces with his gorilla in order to take on two other giant monsters. The movie has earned $187 million globally so far and topped A Quiet Place last weekend at the box office.

Third place is likely to be Amy Schumer’s latest movie I Feel Pretty. The movie has received abysmal ratings on Rotten Tomatoes but is popular with a younger audience. Super Troopers 2 is also predicted to do well given its huge fan following.