You're rehired! 'The Boss Baby' tops weekend box office

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'The Boss Baby' Supplied publicity photo

The Boss Baby tops the North American box office for a second weekend with $26.3 million, again edging out Beauty and the Beast.

In second place, Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast remake earned $25 million domestically, with its worldwide gross edging near $1 billion with $977.4 million.

New this week: the animated Smurfs: The Lost Village placed third with $14 million and the Morgan Freeman-and-Michael Caine-starring comedy Going in Style placed fourth with $12.5 million.

In tenth place, religious drama The Case for Christ earned $3.9 million.

All box office figures are estimates in U.S. dollars and are provided by film studios. Generally speaking, studios earn about 55 per cent of a film’s gross.

Weekend Box Office
For the weekend ending April 2, 2017
RankTitle / DistributorRevenue
1The Boss Baby$26,300,000
20th Century Fox
2Beauty and the Beast$25,022,000
Disney
3Smufs: The Lost Village$14,015,000
Sony
4Going in Style$12,500,000
Warner Bros.
5Ghost in the Shell$7,350,000
Paramount
6Power Rangers$6,215,200
Lionsgate Films
7Kong: Skull Island$5,825,000
Warner Bros.
8Logan$4,050,000
20th Century Fox
9Get Out$4,020,485
Universal
10The Case for Christ3,900,000
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