With $48.4 million, ‘Quiet Place Part II’ is the highest-grossing film in North America.

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The thriller A Quiet Place Part II is the No. 1 film in North America, with $48.4 million in its opening weekend, according to BoxOfficeMojo.com.

Cruella comes in second with $21.3 million, followed by Spiral at $2.3 million, Wrath of Man with $2.1 million, and Raya and the Last Dragon at $2 million.

Godzilla vs. Kong comes in at No. 6 with $852,000, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train comes in at No. 7 with $837,000, Dream Horse comes in at No. 8 with $652,000, Those Who Wish Me Dead comes in at No. 9 with $545,000, and World War Z comes in at No. 10 with $347,000.

This was the largest box office take since the coronavirus outbreak shut down cinemas and disrupted release schedules earlier this year.

The films Quiet Place and Cruella were released on Friday, when theaters reopened and people returned after vaccines became more popular.

The horror film Spiral led the way with a total weekend gross of $19,243,889 last weekend.

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The overall gross from March 13-15, 2014, the last weekend before most theaters closed due to the epidemic, was $53,706,394.



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