DreamWorks Animations’ most recent film, “The Boss Baby,” stars Alec Baldwin voicing a bossy child, won the end of the week with an expected $26.3 million, as indicated by BoxOfficePro.com. The second highest grossing was Disney’s tremendously fruitful “Beauty and the Beast.” The real to life redo of its 1991 energized great film took in $25 million this week.
“Smurfs” came in third with a delicate $14 million opening, while at the same time “Going in Style”, the heist satire featuring legends Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin, and Michael Caine brought the fourth spot with $12.5 million. Both novices were discharged on more than 3,000 screens, so these profits aren’t really going to make their studios, Sony and Warner Bros. too excited.
Truly, the industry is sitting tight calmly for the following “Fast and Furious” motion picture, “The Fate of the Furious,” to at long last hit screens and convey some respectability to April nets. The eighth film in the lucrative series for Universal will open one weekend from now and is anticipated to make well over $100 million amid the Easter holiday, at the end of the week.