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    I saw Truth Or Dare last night, and it was pretty stupid. The characters are pretty one-note who don’t get a lot of development before they’re killed off one by one. There’s also one major revelation made by a character that I called out long before it was actually made, and the ending is extremely infuriating. It’s basically giving a middle finger to all the audience.

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    I saw Truth Or Dare last night, and it was pretty stupid. The characters are pretty one-note who don’t get a lot of development before they’re killed off one by one. There’s also one major revelation made by a character that I called out long before it was actually made, and the ending is extremely infuriating.

    That’s why it reminded me of 80s and 90s horror movies lol. Haven’t seen one thats so turn your brain off and enjoy that was this fun in awhile

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    Alex Meyer
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    It wasn’t fun at all for me.

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Weekend Results
    1. Rampage – $34.5 million
    2. A Quiet Place – $32.6 million
    3. Truth or Dare – $19.08 million
    4. Ready Player One – $11.2 million
    5. Blockers – $10.3 million

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. Super Troopers 2 – $7.9 million
    2. A Quiet Place – $6.4 million
    3. I Feel Pretty – $6.25 million
    4. Rampage – $5 million
    5. Truth or Dare – $2.5 million

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Weekend Results
    1. A Quiet Place – $22 million
    2. Rampage – $21 million
    3. I Feel Pretty – $16.22 million
    4. Super Troopers 2 – $14.7 million
    5. Truth or Dare – $7.91 million

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. Avengers: Infinity War – $106 million
    2. A Quiet Place – $3.27 million
    3. I Feel Pretty – $2.58 million
    4. Rampage – $1.78 million
    5. Black Panther – $1.27 million

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    Weekend results:

    1. Avengers: Infinity War $250,000,000 (Best Domestic Opening; old, Force Awakens, $247m; Best Worldwide Opening: $630m; old: Fate of the Furious, $541.9m; Best Domestic Saturday: $83m; old; Jurassic World, $69.6m)…so far)

    2. A Quiet Place $10,650,000 ($148,173,301)
    3. I Feel Pretty $8,130,000 ($29,573,561)
    4. Rampage $7,105,000 ($77,930,557)
    5. Black Panther $4,381,000 ($688,009,489)
    6. Super Troopers 2 $3,600,000 ($22,084,929)
    7. Truth or Dare $3,210,000 ($35,316,995)
    8. Blockers $2,945,000 ($53,215,490)
    9. Ready Player One $2,435,000 ($130,683,218)
    10. Traffik $1,620,000 ($6,752,274)
    11. Isle Of Dogs $1,400,000 ($27,020,723)

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    Alex Meyer
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    In limited release, Disobedience pulled in an impressive $241,276 from 5 theaters. Kings pulled in $173,113 from 214 theaters, and Let The Sunshine In pulled in $40,267 from 2 theaters.

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    Gitesh Pandya of BoxofficeGuru tweets this: “UPDATE: Auds pouring into multiplexes today SUN for #AvengersInfinityWar which is holding up better than Disney projected, according to a source. SUN #boxoffice might break $70M for low 15% dip from SAT. Opening wknd may end up in stunning $255-260M range for even bigger record.”

    So is the Force Awakens’ all-time domestic record ($932m) in danger?

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    UPDATED by Deadline Hollywood:

    Disney is now reporting that the all-time record opening-weekend for Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War stands at $258.2 million, exceeding both its estimates from yesterday of $250M and the industry’s call this morning at $255M-$257M.

    This is after a mindblowing Sunday of $69.2M. All in with an overseas debut of $382.7M (second best-ever), Infinity War stands at an all-time record global opening of $640.9M, eclipsing the previous high of $541.9M set by Universal’s Fate of the Furious. As the 19th MCU release, Infinity War sends the gross of the entire universe to $15.4 billion. It’s been the most lucrative franchise ever at the box office for some time, outstripping Star Wars’ $8.8B worldwide ticket sales through 10 movies (we’re including Star Wars: The Clone Wars).

    Star Wars: Force Awakens owned the previous Sunday record of $60.5M. Infinity War‘s revised weekend opening exceeds Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ previous domestic three-day record by 4%. Infinity War‘s Sunday dipped 17% from Saturday’s reported $83M.

    Fandango also reports this morning that it sold more than 30% of Infinity War‘s weekend, or roughly $84M, which exceeds its sales for Black Panther‘s first three days (30% of opening weekend B.O. for an estimated $72M). Infinity War marks one of Fandango’s largest shares of weekend box office dollars for any movie in its 18-year history.

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    Monday official: $24,740,117
    Tuesday official: $23,426,108 ($305,864,408 total, ties Force Awakens for fastest film ever to $300m)

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    Friday Dailies
    1. Avengers: Infinity War – $31.42 million
    2. Overboard – $4.81 million
    3. A Quiet Place – $2.34 million
    4. I Feel Pretty – $1.62 million
    5. Rampage – $1.17 million

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    Weekend estimates:

    1. Avengers: Infinity War $112,474,000 ($450,806,540, 15th on all-time domestic boxoffice chart; will pass original Star Wars for 13th tomorrow)
    2. Overboard (2018) $14,750,000
    3. A Quiet Place $7,600,000 ($159,894,386)
    4. I Feel Pretty $4,900,000 ($37,798,283)
    5. Rampage $4,620,000 ($84,793,100)
    6. Tully $3,186,000
    7. Black Panther $3,146,000 ($693,126,615; $700m by next weekend?)
    8. Truth or Dare $1,885,000 ($38,236,360)
    9. Super Troopers 2 $1,815,000 ($25,445,701)
    10. Bad Samaritan $1,758,000
    11. Blockers $1,695,000 ($56,166,500)
    12. Ready Player One $1,310,000 ($133,054,504)

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    Infinity War now joins The Force Awakens ($149,202,860), Black Panther ($111,658,835), Jurassic World ($106,588,440) and The Avengers ($103,052,274) as the only movies to have a 9-figure sophomore weekend ever.

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