Two new titles look to place second and third this weekend as Avengers: Infinity War should continue to dominate the charts. They are the Melissa McCarthy back to college comedy Life of the Party and Gabrielle Union thriller Breaking In. You can peruse my detailed prediction posts on that pair here:
My high teens estimate for Party indeed puts it in the runner-up position with Breaking in mid to high teens for third. I’ve got Avengers grossing just under $60 million in its third frame to easily stay #1 with holdovers Overboard and A Quiet Place rounding out the top five.
And with that, my estimates for the weekend ahead:
1. Avengers: Infinity War
Predicted Gross: $59.7 million
2. Life of the Party
Predicted Gross: $19.4 million
3. Breaking In
Predicted Gross: $17.6 million
Predicted Gross: $6.2 million
5. A Quiet Place
Predicted Gross: $5.3 million
Box Office Results (May 4–6)
Avengers: Infinity War continued its chart domination by scoring the second best second weekend ever at $114.7 million, a bit under my $118.1 million forecast. The Marvel juggernaut has amassed $453 million thus far.
Overboard had a healthy opening in second with $14.7 million, topping my $11.8 million estimate. I look for the comedy to have a rather hefty drop this coming weekend.
A Quiet Place was third at $7.7 million (I said $7.3 million) to bring its tally to $160 million.
I Feel Pretty was fourth with $5 million (I was close at $5.2 million) for $37 million overall.
Rampage was fifth and I incorrectly had it outside the top 5. It grossed $4.6 million and has made $84 million total.
Tully with Charlize Theron opened meekly in sixth with $3.2 million. I gave it a bit too much credit and had it at $5 million.
Finally, Bad Samaritan bombed in 11th place with just $1.7 million, a tad below my $2.1 million projection.
And that does it for now, folks! Until next time…