Box Office: ‘A Quiet Place’ Was Better Off Not Being A ‘Cloverfield’ Movie – Forbes

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Paramount/Viacom Inc. finally has that buzzy mega-hit they’ve been chasing for two years. The $17 million-budgeted A Quiet Place held firm in its second weekend, pushing its ten-day domestic cume to $99m and its global total to a whopping $151m. It’s
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