Possessing his own unique, animated brand, DreamWorks Animation’s 34 title, THE BOSS BABY took charge of movie theaters this weekend while commanding the biggest audience at the domestic box office. Graciously taking one step down, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST was still a sight to behold, as they continued to add their own brand of beauty to that ageless movie database.
Finding her own explosive place in the movie universe, the GHOST IN THE SHELL blended humanity and mechanics to make one strange but successful superhero. Those strangely never-aging teenage superhero POWER RANGERS were still lucratively flexing their movie muscle. KONG: SKULL ISLAND was once again a great place to visit from a comfy movie theater seat.
Everyone sat up and took notice this weekend, as a beauty, a beast and a bossy baby were in command, the Power Rangers were still in popular demand, we discovered super powers lying beneath a ghostly shell and an island retreat was anything but restful.
Which of our in-demand tales was worth retreating to for you?
Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1. The Boss Baby $50.3 million.
2. Beauty and the Beast $47.5 million.
3. Ghost in the Shell $18.6 million.
4. Power Rangers $14.4 million.
5. KONG: Skull Island $9.1 million.