Box Office Milestone: ‘Quiet Place II’ Crosses $100M Domestically in Pandemic-Era First

Box Office Milestone: ‘Quiet Place II’  Crosses $100M Domestically in Pandemic-Era First
A Quiet Place Part II continues to make plenty of noise at the North American box office.

The Paramount pic — in which John Krasinski returns to the directors’ chair — on Friday became the first movie in the pandemic era to cross the $100 million mark domestically upon finishing the day with $101 million in ticket sales.

Starring Emily Blunt, the movie accomplished the feat in 15 days. It also set a pandemic-era record when posting a four-day debut of $57 million over Memorial Day weekend.

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