Minnesota high-schooler Katie Kelzenberg sent Johnson a video message via Twitter in which she asked him to be her date to the prom. Today, she got her response.
After a weekend of fluctuating projections, Dwayne Johnson (just barely) owned the North American box office after all. Though earlier estimates looked like the second frame of “A Quiet Place” would take the weekend, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros.’ “Rampage” snuck up to take the top slot with $34.5 million from 4,101 theaters. […]
Great word of mouth has pushed New Line’s “Rampage” from a slow start to close to its pre-weekend projection goal, as the Dwayne Johnson-led smash-up is set to debut with $34.5 million from 4,101 screens. Critics were mixed about the “Rampage,” giving it a 51 percent Rotten Tomatoes score. TheWrap’s Umberto Gonzalez and Beatrice Verhoeven described “Rampage” as good, popcorn-munching entertainment, and audiences seem to have agreed with families packing Saturday matinees.
“I started studying my butt off,” Liles said. Weeks and months went by before Liles got a phone call to meet with Notary, an accomplished mo-cap actor who joined the project as choreographer, to train for the part.
Word of mouth for Paramount’s “A Quiet Place” is pushing it towards a great second weekend, as it now has a chance of staving off Warner Bros./New Line’s “Rampage” to keep the top spot at the box office. John Krasinski’s critically acclaimed film made $10.5 million in its second Friday and is now looking at a second weekend total of $34 million. Estimates now have Dwayne Johnson’s CGI-filled monster film making $32 million this weekend against a $120 million budget, below pre-weekend projections for a $35-40 million opening.
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