DreamWorks Animation's '#The Boss Baby' topped the US box office in its second weekend too surpassing Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' collections. According to the comScore, the film was estimated to mint $26.3 million in its second weekend run at the US box office, taking the total US collections of 'The Boss Baby' till April 9th to $89.3 million. Thus McGrath's directional project is heading towards $100 million mark in the US box office.

On the other hand, 'The Boss Baby' which failed to surpass Emma Watson's 'The Beauty and the Beast' worldwide box office revenues during its opening weekend, successfully takes the lead over Disney's movie in the second weekend.

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The movie was estimated to mint $37.5 million from the International market in the second weekend taking total worldwide collections of 'The Boss Baby' during the weekend to $63.8 million.

With $37.5 million collections from the International markets in the second weekend, the cumulative collection of Fox's release 'The Boss Baby' from the International markets is $110.3 million.

Overall, the worldwide cumulative collections of kids animation entertainer 'The Boss Baby' till April 9th is $199.6 million. This is a superb run for the movie at the box office till now and it needs to face tough competition from Vin Diesel's 'The Fate of the Furious' from this week.

Top 12 US box office estimates during April 7th-9th weekend

The below is the list of Top 12 US box office estimates during April 7th-9th weekend

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Boss Baby, The - 20th Century Fox - $63.8M

2. Beauty And The Beast - Disney - $61.1M

3. Ghost In The Shell - Paramount Pictures - $48.6M

4. Smurfs: The Lost Village - Sony - $36.0M

5. Kong: Skull Island - Warner Bros. - $21.8M

6. Going In Style - Warner Bros. - $16.8M

7. Power Rangers - Lionsgate - $12.3M

8. Devotion Of Suspect X, The - Multiple - $9.2M

9. Life - Sony - $8.2M

10. Logan - 20th Century Fox - $6.8M

11. Get Out - Universal - $6.0M

12. Shack, The - Multiple - $4.6M

The new releases Sony's 'Smurfs: The Lost Village' and WB's 'Going in Style' (2017) performed moderately at the US box office in their opening weekend, which released in 3,610 and 3.061 screens. However, the other release 'The case for Christ', which released in 1,174 screens performed better than expected by minted $3.9 million in its 1st-weekend.

Top 12 worldwide box office estimates during April 7th-9th weekend

The Top 12 worldwide box office estimates for the weekend April 7th to 9th is listed below.

1. Boss Baby, The - 20th Century Fox - $63.8M

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Beauty And The Beast - Disney - $61.1M

3. Ghost In The Shell - Paramount Pictures - $48.6M

4. Smurfs: The Lost Village - Sony - $36.0M

5. Kong: Skull Island - Warner Bros. - $21.8M

6. Going In Style - Warner Bros. - $16.8M

7. Power Rangers - Lionsgate - $12.3M

8. Devotion Of Suspect X, The - Multiple - $9.2M

9. Life - Sony - $8.2M

10. Logan - 20th Century Fox - $6.8M

11. Get Out - Universal - $6.0M

12. Shack, The - Multiple - $4.6M

By minting $61.1 million in its 4th-weekend worldwide, Disney's 'The Beast and the Beast' grossed $977.4 million till April 9th and it is heading towards $1 billion mark in this week. #beauty and the beast box office #the boss baby box office