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A Quiet Place Reclaims Weekend Box Office Crown

It was another victory for A Quiet Place at the box office this weekend. The John Krasinski horror film narrowly beat out the sophomore outing of Dwayne Johnson's Rampage in its third weekend in theaters, taking the number one spot over new releases I Feel Pretty, Super Troopers 2, and Traffik.

I Feel Pretty topped the new releases with $16.2 million, right in the middle of $12 to $19 million expectations. The film features comedian Amy Schumer as Renee Barrett, a woman who, after bumping her head at a SoulCycle class, begins to see herself as the most beautiful woman in the world. 

Busy Philipps, Aidy Bryant, Naomi Campbell, Michelle Williams, Emily Ratajkowski, Sasheer Zamata, Lauren Hutton, and Tom Hopper also star in I Feel Pretty, which was written and directed by Never Been Kissed's Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein. The film has also received mostly negative reviews from critics and currently sits at a 34 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. It received a B+ CinemaScore.

Super Troopers 2 took third place with $14.7 million, a huge over-performance against initial $5 to $6 million expectations. The film, a sequel to the 2001 cult comedy hit of the same name, brings back the original film's state troopers and sees them teaming up with former Mounties to man a new highway patrol station on a disputed area of the U.S.-Canada border.

Jay Chandrasekhar stars in and directs Super Troopers 2, which also features Paul Soter, Damon Wayans Jr., Seann William Scott, Lynda Carter, Rob Lowe, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Steve Lemme, Erik Stolhanske, Kevin Heffernan, and Brian Cox. The film, which also received a B+ CinemaScore, currently sits at a 35 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.

Also opening this weekend was the Paula Patton thriller Traffik. The film features Patton as a journalist who is targeted by a group of sex traffickers while on a romantic getaway with her boyfriend (Omar Epps). Meet the Blacks' Deon Taylor wrote and directed the film, which took ninth place with $3.8 million. Missi Pyle, William Fichtner, Dawn Olivieri, Luke Goss, Roselyn Sanchez, and Laz Alonso also star in Traffik, which has a 24 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.

You can view this weekend's full box office results (via Box Office Mojo) below. 

Top 10 Weekend Box Office Gross

1. A Quiet Place: $22,000,000 (-33.3 percent), $132,358,711 Total Domestic Gross   

2. Rampage: $21,000,000 (-41.3 percent), $66,600,066 Total Domestic Gross  

3. I Feel Pretty: $16,220,000 (– percent), $16,220,000 Total Domestic Gross   

4. Super Troopers 2: $14,700,000 (– percent), $14,700,000 Total Domestic Gross 

5. Truth or Dare: $7,910,000 (-57.6 percent), $30,387,415 Total Domestic Gross

6. Ready Player One: $7,500,000 (-34.9 percent), $126,181,326 Total Domestic Gross   

7. Blockers: $6,985,000 (-35.1 percent), $48,254,045 Total Domestic Gross   

8. Black Panther: $4,642,000 (-19.7 percent), $681,084,109 Total Domestic Gross   

9. Traffik: $3,875,000 (– percent), $3,875,000  Total Domestic Gross   

10. Isle of Dogs: $3,400,000 (-37.9 percent), $24,360,538 Total Domestic Gross